A Superior Air Conditioning recently announced that they are again teaming up with Beachy Beach Real Estate to offer a one‑of‑a‑kind opportunity—a jingle contest for elementary school children to show off their creative talents and win a $1,000 donation towards their school’s music department.
Children enrolled in Bay, Walton and Okaloosa county schools, kindergarten through fifth grade, are eligible to enter in groups of five or less and submit their own rendition of the A Superior Air Conditioning’s company radio jingle “Keeping Me Cool.” Videos of the entrants performing their submissions will be uploaded online for friends, family and individuals in the community to vote for through the submission platform.
Kids and parents can fill out the appropriate release forms and register to enter at ASuperiorAC.com. Once registered, entrants will receive contest updates and will be able to listen to, as well as download, the jingle off the website. Anything goes in regards to style, arrangement, genre, a cappella, with instruments, even costumes. Submissions are also not expected to be high tech productions and can be as informal or formal as desired.
Once registered, video submissions can be uploaded at http://woobox.com/ony2te beginning Jan. 30.
Entrants will then share the specific voting links, and the entry with the most likes/votes will win special prizes, as well as the $1,000 donation to their school’s music department. The winner will be announced Feb. 24.
“We are so excited to once again partner with our friends at Beachy Beach Real Estate and hold our jingle contest to support music education in our local community,” says A Superior Air Conditioning owner Jimy Thorpe.
Hilary Farnum, broker and co‑owner of Beachy Beach 30A, adds, “A large part of our success as a company has been working together with other businesses to put our values in action. When we met Jimy Thorpe a few years ago, we knew this was a guy that had the same vision for our area.”
To learn more about the contest, connect socially on Facebook, visit ASuperiorAC.com, or call 850‑258‑3225.
‑ Lauren Gall
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