The city of Pflugerville is near the cities of Austin (whose famous slogan is “Keep Austin Weird”) and Round Rock. In 2007, t-shirts were printed in Pflugerville with the slogan “Between a rock and a weird place.”
Pflugerville (a name some simply as P-ville) does have an official slogan: “Where Quality Meets Life.”
Wikipedia: Pflugerville, Texas
Pflugerville (pronounced IPA: /ˈfluːgɚvɪl/) is a city in Travis County, Texas, United States. The population was 16,335 at the 2000 census, but the 2005 census estimate shows the city’s population increased to 27,531.
City Council - Minutes - July 14, 2007 Worksession
Public Relations Public Information Officer (PIO) Update.
Ms. Gillam distributed the new resident bags. She stated that the City is working on branding itself and that the creation of the new logo has been received favorably by the community. She mentioned the “between a rock and a weird place” shirts and stated that these will help to identify Pflugerville. She described the department videos that are being created and stated that the website is being revamped and consolidated. She stated that the City is being more proactive in sending information to the local press. She described the City’s involvement in TML’s new Texas Cities Work Program. She explained that a survey is being sent out both when customers sign up and terminate their water bills to find out why they came to Pflugerville or why they are leaving.
09-09-2007, 10:43 PM
As for Pflugerville, I don’t know anything, besides they just came up with their “motto” on t-shirts for the city and it goes “Pflugerville… Between a rock and a weird place”.
Between a Rock and a Weird Place
Pflugerville fashions an identity of its own, attracts major development
By M.B. Taboada
Friday, November 23, 2007
Pflugerville, whose unofficial new slogan is “Between a Rock and a Weird Place,” is gearing up for its first big wave of commercial development.
The bedroom community bordered by Round Rock and Austin has landed its first major retail project, the 196-acre master-planned Stone Hill Town Center, with 1 million square feet of retail space.