WASHINGTON — Can you sum up your hometown in a slogan? One town in Maryland is hoping its residents can.
Poolesville is asking residents to take a survey to help in “branding” the town. The electronic survey allows one vote per household. The survey includes a set of suggested slogans, or residents can suggest their own.
Among the slogans listed for consideration:
“Ag Reserve” refers to the fact that the town is nestled squarely in the 93,000 acres of agricultural land set aside for preservation.
Residents have until June 5 to weigh in.
WTOP’s Kate Ryan contributed to this report. Follow @WTOP on Twitter and WTOP on Facebook.
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