Winner of online music contest will receive $5,000.00 cash and a role in a SafeAuto television commercial.
August 10, 2013
Columbus, Ohio—SafeAuto Insurance, a state minimum auto insurance company based out of Columbus, Ohio, will be holding auditions for its annual “Do the Jingle” contest. Norfolk, Virginia will be the first stop for the SafeAuto team, who will be visiting six different cities in search of this year’s most entertaining musician or performer. The grand prize winner will receive a cash prize of $5,000.00 plus a role in a SafeAuto television commercial.
With the popularity of SafeAuto’s well-known jingle, the contest has been a great success in the past. Last year’s competition generated over 3 million online votes in addition to media publicity throughout the country. The “Do the Jingle” contest allows entrants to create their own rendition of the jingle, which SafeAuto will film and post on the company’s Do The Jingle website. Starting January 06, 2014, fans can vote for their favorite entries on the SafeAuto Do the Jingle website. For official rules, visit: http://www.safeauto.com/dothejingle/.
Last year’s contest brought many entries. Ayanna Lewis and her catchy jingle received the most votes and was awarded the winner, which resulted in a commercial spot seen throughout the country. This year’s winning contestant will also be awarded $5,000.00 and a role in a SafeAuto commercial.
Auditions will be held in Norfolk, Virginia on August 17th-18th, 2013.
Location: Sheraton Norfolk Waterside Hotel – 777 Waterside - Norfolk, Virginia, 23510.
Contact: Jason Parks at (614) 571-5242 or dtj(at)dothejingle(dot)com for further details and appointment scheduling.
Safe Auto Insurance Company is a property and casualty insurance carrier based in Columbus, Ohio. Founded in 1993, the company today is licensed in 19 states and employs nearly 1,000 associates in 4 offices around the country, with annual revenues topping $300 million. SafeAuto provides the state minimum insurance coverage to automobile drivers in 16 states including Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, Georgia, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi, Illinois, Missouri, Arizona, Oklahoma, Kansas and Virginia and Texas.