Ad Spot

Jingle contest finalist sings way to top 10

To vote for Morgan's jingle, visit ludens.com/contest, select vote now, and then select his name, Brent. People can vote once per day until Aug. 17.

BY BRITTNEY JONES / REPORTER

Madison has a finalist competing for the grand prize for the best original jingle about Luden’s throat lozenges.

Brent Morgan was selected as a top 10 finalist for the La La Luden’s Jingle Contest.

“I am very excited to be one of the finalists,” said Morgan. “Entering this contest was perfect for me because growing up, Luden’s was, and still is, the only lozenge I could bare to taste that also helped my throat.”

To vote for Morgan’s jingle, visit ludens.com/contest, select vote now, and then select his name, Brent. People can vote once per day until Aug. 17.

Morgan said a friend saw the contest posted online and told him about it, and as a music teacher he felt he should enter.

The contest’s thee is “Surprisingly Soothing, Simply Delicious.” All jingles had to be original, 30-60 seconds long, and express a passion for the throat drop.

Morgan’s competition in the contest includes people using various talents, including instruments, video technology and comedy.

The grand prize for the contest is $2,500, tickets to see one of America’s top talent search shows, a year’s supply of Luden’s products, and the winner’s jingle being featured on Luden’s website.

Morgan teaches guitar, piano and drums at Good Shepherd United Methodist Church on Old Railroad Bed Road.

Madison

‘Spring into fitness’ with ‘bud-dy’ plan at Hogan Family YMCA

Bob Jones High School

Bob Jones HOSA gain 21 berths to international conference

Huntsville

Fantasy Playhouse Children’s Theater & Academy’s conducts regional search to fill education director position 

Huntsville

Alabama Court of Criminal Appeals orders new trial of Huntsville cop William Darby’s murder verdict

Huntsville

Chargers welcome No. 12 West Georgia for three game series

Huntsville

Battle, Strong respond to Washington Post claims Space Command likely to stay in Colorado

Huntsville

No. 7 UAH back at Charger Park for three-game GSC series Saturday and Sunday

Huntsville

Huntsville approves architectural contract for Hays Farm Central Park

Business

Madison Chamber to host “Hop’n Shop” on Friday and Saturday

Bob Jones High School

Madison chess teams victorious in 2023 State Scholastic Chess Championship

FRONT PAGE FEATURED

EXCLUSIVE: PGA Golf Resort Proposed For Madison County- Large Development Will Feature More Than Golf

Events

Arts Huntsville announces plans for 41st Panoply Arts Festival, set for April 28-30

Arts Huntsville announces plans for 41st Panoply Arts Festival, set for April 28-30

Madison

Huntsville Botanical Garden to provide plant, landscape expertise for new Habitat for Humanity homeowners

Madison

Madison Police Citizens Advisory Committee accepting applications

Business

Not just spinning their wheels: Electric bike entrepreneurs wanting to link to Singing River Trail win competition

Huntsville

UAH men’s lacrosse ranked nationally for first time in program history

Madison

UAH softball team voted No. 7 in NFCA national rankings

Bob Jones High School

Triana, Madison schedule Easter egg hunts

Madison

Rocket City Trash Pandas to host “Meet the Team Dinner” on April 5

Business

Madison Chamber to host Best in Business Awards this Friday

Harvest

Landolt named President/CEO of Still Serving Veterans

James Clemens High School

James Clemens alum contends for TV foundation award

Bob Jones High School

Ashwin Prabhakar earns Gorgas Scholarship for state

James Clemens High School

Jets come up short in pitchers’ duel against Father Ryan, win three other weekend games

x