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Sinead McNally needs your votes win Supermac’s Jingle competition

Sinead McNally needs your votes win Supermac’s Jingle competition

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A local singer/songwriter has made it to the final of the Supermac’s Jingle competition.

Sinead McNally, from Knockbridge, is one of nine entries to have made the shortlist from over 500 entries to come up with a new jingle for the popular fast food chain.

Sinead, who has previously written a jingle for local coach operators Matthews Coach Hire, faces competition from eight other finalists from Dublin, Drumshanbo, Cork, Galway, Mayo and even one from as far away as Pittsburgh.

The nine now go to a public vote where you get to decide who will create the new Supermac’s jingle.

As well as having her jingle played on TV, radio and social media channels, Sinead also stands to win €1,000 if successful, as well as a professional recordign session at Windmill Lane Studios.

The public can vote for their favourite entry at www.supermacs.ie/jinglevote. Lines close at 9pm this Thursday July 20th. Listen to Sinead’s entry below…

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