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Everyone’s welcome in Kanab!

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Eight rejected slogans in Kanab, Utah’s new campaign to dispel its “Natural Family” image of intolerance (“Everyone Welcome Here” won out):

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8. “Gateway to Colorado Citynn

7. “96-Percent White, 100-Percent Fun!nn

6. “Come for the Arid Desolation, Stay for the Uncomfortable Staresnn

5. “Our Townsfolk Can’t Even Spell Intolerancenn

4. “Sex With No Intent of Procreation? No Problem … Whorenn

3. “If We Had a Bar, It Would Be Gaynn

2. “Oh, Like You Were Ever Going to Travel Here, Anywaynn

1. “Kanab: Still Nicer Than Hell, Sinners