Drop that beat: Morgan & Morgan announces Battle of the Jingles contest with $100K prize

Do you have a made-up jingle or a catchy tune stuck in your head? Here’s your chance to showcase it to the country.

Morgan & Morgan, America’s largest plaintiffs’ law firm, has announced the launch of its $100,000 Battle of the Jingles contest to help create the firm’s first-ever jingle that’s catchy, unforgettable and pairs well with fighting for justice.

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“After 30 years in business, we are in search of a unique and catchy jingle that embodies our dedication to justice. No matter your style, pop, hip-hop, country, or folk, we want to hear what you got,” John Morgan said in a news release. “During these unprecedented times, our communities are struggling financially. Our hope is that this $100,000 cash prize could significantly change someone’s life.”

Residents in all 50 states and D.C. who are 18 or older are invited to submit a jingle of any genre for the opportunity to win the $100,000 prize.

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Professional musicians and songwriters are not eligible to participate.

The contest kicked off Monday and runs through Sept. 26. Click here to see the contest’s official rules.


Adam Poulisse, WFTV.com

Adam Poulisse joined WFTV in November 2019.