List of U.S. state slogans

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Here is a list of U.S. state slogans. Most states create slogans to help tourism. These slogans are sometimes put on state license plates.

There is also a list of U.S. state mottos and a list of U.S. state nicknames.

State Slogan
Alabama '"Share The Wonder"; also (formerly on its license plate) '"Stars Fell On Alabama'" and "Sweet Home Alabama"; (always on its license plate with a heart shape, as required by state law since 1951) '"Heart of Dixie"
Alaska Beyond Your Dreams, Within Your Reach
Arizona The Grand Canyon State; also on its license plate
Arkansas The Natural State; also on its license plate

Formerly Land of Opportunity

California Find Yourself Here
Colorado Enter a Higher State; (formerly) Fresh Air and Fond Memories Served Daily
Connecticut Full of Surprises
Delaware It's Good Being First
District of Columbia The American Experience; Taxation without Representation; also on its license plate; (formerly) Celebrate & Discover
Florida Visit Florida; MyFlorida.com
Georgia Georgia on My Mind; also its state song
Hawaii The Islands of Aloha
Idaho Great Potatoes. Tasty Destinations.

(Formerly) Famous Potatoes; also on its license plate

Illinois Mile After Magnificent Mile; Right Here. Right Now.
Iowa Life Changing; Fields of Opportunity
Indiana Honest-to-Goodness Indiana
Kansas Kansas, as big as you think, (formerly) Simply Wonderful
Kentucky Unbridled Spirit; also on its license plate; (formerly) It's That Friendly; (formerly) Where Education Pays
Louisiana Fall in love with Louisiana all over again [1]; Come as you are. Leave Different.; Sportsman's Paradise (on its license plate)
Maine It Must Be Maine; The Way Life Should Be

(formerly) Vacationland; also on its license plate

Maryland Seize the Day Off, (formerly) America in Miniature; (formerly) More Than You Can Imagine
Massachusetts Make It Yours; The Spirit of America (on its license plate)
Michigan Great Lakes, Great Times; More To See.; (formerly) Water/Winter Wonderland; previously on its license plate
Minnesota Explore Minnesota; Land of 10,000 Lakes (on its license plate)
Mississippi Feels Like Coming Home; The South's Warmest Welcome
Missouri Where the Rivers Run
Montana Big Sky Country
Nebraska Nebraska Nice
Nevada Wide Open
New Hampshire Live Free or Die
New Jersey Garden State
New Mexico Land of Enchantment; also on its license plate
New York I Love New York; also its state song, The Empire State (on highway welcome signs)
North Carolina A Better Place to Be; First in Flight (on its license plate)
North Dakota Legendary
Ohio So Much to Discover; Birthplace of Aviation (on its license plate); (formerly) The Heart of It All
Oklahoma Native America; also on its license plate
Oregon We Love Dreamers; Things Look Different Here (1987-2003); Pacific Wonderland (on its license plate 1959–1964)
Pennsylvania State of Independence; (formerly) Memories Last a Lifetime, You've Got a Friend in Pennsylvania, America Starts Here
Rhode Island Ocean State
South Carolina Smiling Faces. Beautiful Places. Also on one of its two base license plates.
South Dakota Great Faces. Great Places.
Tennessee The Stage Is Set For You; (formerly) Sounds Good to Me (formerly) Follow Me To Tennessee; also on its license plate
Texas The Lone Star State (official state nickname: referencing Texas's struggle for independence from Mexico and it's former position as an independent nation, also on its license plates); Don't Mess With Texas (originally an anti-littering slogan)
Utah Life Elevated; (formerly) Greatest Snow on Earth and Utah! Where Ideas Connect (the former and the "Utah!" part of the latter were both on license plates)
Vermont Vermont, naturally
Virginia Virginia is for Lovers; (formerly) Virginia is for history lovers
Washington SayWA!; (formerly) Experience Washington; The Evergreen State; also on its license plate as Evergreen State
West Virginia Open for Business; (formerly) Wild and Wonderful; also on its license plate as Wild, Wonderful; (formerly) Almost Heaven
Wisconsin Stay Just a Little Bit Longer; America's Dairyland (on its license plate)
Wyoming Like No Place on Earth