I'M FEROCIOUS when it comes to taglines. And have written more than a hundred of them. Tag Lion is a division of my parent company, Brand Burner. An advertising and branding company whose strength is creating powerful tags and meaningful names for companies and products.


Advertising copywriters, busy creating ads and campaigns, rarely have the time to write great taglines. I have both the time and the expertise.


Because of my extensive advertising background, I know that the best way to make a name for yourself is to make memorable names and tags for others.


I've been an award-winning copywriter at Young & Rubicam, McCann-Erickson, and several other major ad agencies. While working on more than 80 top brands, I've won over 60 advertising awards for excellence in writing.


At Y&R, I won major awards every year on accounts like Jell-O, General Electric, and Life Savers. One year I won both a Gold and Silver Lion at The Cannes International TV Festival.








The Brand Burner philosophy is designed to burn your brand into the minds of others. The creating of company names, company products, and taglines should fit you like a finger print.


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