This is more a fun exercise, less a sincere solicitation for help.
We raise and process a few hundred ducks per year, selling to restaurants, at a farmers market, and through a poultry CSA.
For our market setup, I made a chalkboard sign with an outline of the state of Missouri and inside the words "Eat MO Duck." (Get it?) Underneath, I have alternated two little one-liners, intended to elicit a laugh:
"Like tasty little two-legged pigs."
"It's all it's quacked up to be."
So I'd like to branch out a bit, hopefully garnering a little attention while maintaining a sense of levity. We don't have a problem selling ducks, I'd just like to make it a bit more interesting. We sell all our birds whole, for what it's worth.
"It's a bird, it's a plane...it's duck for dinner!"
"Waddle over here!"
"Darkwing Duck might fight crime, but we fight bored tastebuds"
"You don't have to be rich like Scrooge to afford this delicious duck"
"Some might swear when life gets hard. I just say, 'Duck it!'" (this needs more work, but you get the idea...)
"Peek in here to make some Peking Duck"
"Love potatoes? You'll love them even better cooked in duck fat!"