WIN Up To $5000 in the Chiquita Jingle Contest #ChiquitaSingOff

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Chiquita Bananas. All opinions are 100% mine.

Do you know the famous Chiquita banana jingle? You may not remember the entire thing, but chances are that you remember a line or two. Well, brush up on the lyrics and head over to the Chiquita Jingle Contest because Chiquita is looking for a brand new sing-off star! Oh…and you could win up to $5,000!

That’s right, Chiquita is reintroducing the legendary Chiquita Jingle, which was originally introduced in 1944. When Miss Chiquita made her debut in the 40s, the jingle was created to help teach us how to ripen and use bananas – believe it or not, bananas were an exotic tropical fruit back then! The jingle was so catchy and cute that it is still considered to be one of the most successful commercial jingles of all time, having been played a whopping 367 times a day during the height of its popularity.

The runs through May 27, 2015, you can find all of the official details here. Hurry because the Chiquita Jingle Contest ends soon! You don’t want to miss the fun – or a chance to win!

WIN Up To $5000 in the Chiquita Jingle Contest #ChiquitaSingOff

There are several ways to enter the : Music Video, Sing-Along or a Banana-Gram, with several corresponding prizes.

Prizes for Making a Music Video

  • Grand Prize – $5,000
  • First Prize – $2,500
  • Second Prize – a year’s worth of Chiquita bananas.

Prizes for the Sing-Along

  • Grand Prize – $2,500
  • First Prize – $1,000
  • Second Prize – a year’s worth of Chiquita bananas.

Prizes for the Banana-Gram

  • Grand Prize – a year’s worth of Chiquita bananas for you and a friend.

What are you waiting for? Go create your own entry and enter for a chance to win one of these fabulous prizes! Angeline helped me out by making her very own Chiquita Sing-Off video, it was so easy and a fun way to goof off together over the long weekend. We even got a prop – which we promptly ate afterwards.

Check out our Chiquita Jingle Contest video and take a look at the Video Gallery to see what everyone else is doing! 

So create your entry for the Chiquita Jingle Contest, Register here and don’t forget to post it online so that your friends and family can vote for your entry! Simple enough, right? Go ahead – you could win $5,000! 

“Chiquita Banana” (words and music by Garth Montgomery, Leonard Mackenzie, William Wirges) under license to Chiquita Brands L.L.C. © 1945 Shawnee Press Inc.

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Comments

  1. Pam says

    I love Chiquita bananas! Seriously, I use them every day in my breakfast smoothie. This is a fun contest.

  2. says

    Gosh, I wish I could sing! My kids ended up with some musical talent thanks to my husband. I should tell them to come up with something. It’d be a fun summer project!

  3. Ann Bacciaglia says

    This is such a great contest. I will have to take a look at all the entry’s. I remember hearing the jingle growing up.

  4. says

    What a lot of fun to be reminded of the Chiquita Banana jingle. Bananas are such a delicious fruit. I think the company is going to make quite a few people happy with the contest.

  5. says

    What a great contest, thanks for sharing it and good luck! i love hearing about brands contests and this is the brand banana I always try to buy!

  6. Kristi says

    If only I could carry a tune… I could soooo win this ha ha. Sounds like a fun contest though. Love that jingle!

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