Obama Jingle Written in the Style of a JFK Jingle Goes Viral

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Miami company Write Me a Jingle has released a jingle promoting the Presidential campaign of Barack Obama that is written in the style of the iconic JFK's campaign jingle. The Obama jingle has been recently picked up by MSNBC on the Hardball with Chris Matthews news show.

Creative Director of Write Me a Jingle, Josh Snyder remarked, "the key point of both JFK and Obama's campaign is well captured in both Jingles and that is the phrase 'Do you want a man for president who is seasoned through and through, but not so doggone seasoned that he won`t try something new, a man who`s old enough to know?'. We believe that there is that similarity in the two campaigns so we modeled our Obama jingle after the JFK jingle. We also captured the same style of verse in the Obama jingle which gives it a nice almost sepia tone quality to it. We wanted to make it feel like the period piece that the iconic JFK jingle is."
At the time of this writing, the Obama Jingle has been picked up by nearly 1,000 blogs and other political websites. All this interest is driving tremendous traffic to Write Me A Jingle's website.
Writing a jingle for a campaign is not something that is new for Write Me a Jingle but their bread and butter tends to be commercial jingles for companies large and small including Campbell's Soup and Honda to smaller local Florida companies like Wasser's Furniture and the Frosty Frog Cafe of Hilton Head South Carolina. Josh Snyder further remarks, "We like a challenge and we excel when working on a tight deadline. We have our own in-house studio, writers and composers so that we can go from a concept to prototypes and then to finished production quality media quickly and seamlessly and that is why our clients come to us and come back to us. They want more than creative, they want results."
Snyder continues, "we like a challenge and we know that we can take on any adverting music project from background instrumental compositions to major corporate identity jingle project." Write Me a Jingle has worked alongside nearly every major advertising agency and will often be brought in a large multimedia and multichannel campaigns for the music components. The Obama jingle has got them attention from campaigns from both sides of the aisle as well.
For additional information, contact Josh Snyder at 305-397-4365 and go to http://www.writemeajingle.com to hear the Obama jingle and to hear samples of their other work.

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