August 20, 2014

Libby, Libby, Libby on the Label, Label, Label (starring my family)

Apr18

(Have you ever gotten those laughing jags? When something hits you with the silly giggles? Yep, that happened to us…watch the bloopers. :))

When I was approached about sharing the new Libby jingle contest, I immediately started singing that iconic jingle, and it has been stuck in my head ever since. As soon as I sang the first three words (Libby, Libby, Libby), my husband joined in and we both proceeded to sing the whole song in unison. By the end, our girls were joining in, and now for the last two weeks, not a day has gone by when someone in our family hasn’t spontaneously started singing it. There’s just something about an amazing jingle that can stick with you for years, isn’t there? I wish my children could remember their math facts the same way. ;)

Just last week, I shared about the power of the family meal time in my post, Meal Time Magic: the Joy of an Unexpected Blessing.

Well, Libby agrees with that priority. Since the 1880′s, Libby’s has known the importance of family meal time and encourages families to make it a point to get back to the table to spend quality time together. This spring, Libby’s Fruits and Vegetables, along with singer-songwriter Jewel, is also encouraging families to come together and show off their creativity by re-making the iconic Libby’s jingle.

Here’s where you have some fun, like my family did.

To enter the contest,  go to the Libby’s Table Facebook page, click on the Jingle Contest tab, and upload your video version of the jingle. You will have until May 13 to submit your entries, and then Libby’s special guest judge, Jewel, will select five finalists to compete for America’s vote to win the $10,000 grand prize, $2,500 second place prize, and $1,000 third place prize.
“Libby’s has long been committed to bringing families back to the table by offering solutions for affordable, simple and delicious meals. We encourage families to have fun and create a video that reflects their unique family dynamic,” commented Bruce Wolcott, VP of marketing, Seneca Foods Corporation.
Personally, I love their addition of Libby’s Natural, as well as Libby Organics, and Libby’s Canned Pumpkin is my brand of choice for my favorite, easy Pumpkin Bar Recipe .

So, go enter the jingle contest, and have some fun. I can guarantee, this will be stuck in your head now all week.  :)

Are there any jingles that have been stuck in your head lately?

(This is part of a sponsored campaign by Libby’s and Blissfully Domestic. All singing now stuck in your head was all me.)


Comments

  1. Too cute. I have a granddaughter named, Olivia and I call her Livvie. Of course, the Libby’s song has been switched just for her: When I say Livvie, Livvie, Livvie, you go to the table, table, table, you will like it, like it, like it, what’s on the table, table table. When I say Livvie, Livvie, Livvie………
    Poor little thing. lol She just rolls her little eyes and says, “Grammmmmmmmma!”. lol

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  2. Jen Burns says:

    I recently went out of town for a few days, and while I was gone, my hubby and kids made this “jingle” or catchy song! you can look at it on youtube… but I warn you… once you’ve heard it.. you’ll be singing it when you don’t want to be! ;) It’s on youtube, on the Chickenfeetfilms channel… called “JUMP ON THE RUG!” I hope you enjoy it!

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  3. The Oscar Mayer wiener song gets stuck in my head a lot. “Oh I wish I were an Oscar Mayer wiener. ‘Cuz if I were an Oscar Mayer wiener everyone would be in love with me. With me.”

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  4. Thanks for the laugh today. I thought we were the only family that get that tickled at ourselves! Great looking family you have there.

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  5. This made me smile… I live less than 5 miles from a Libby’s plant… I’ve grown up hearing this tune all the time…. lol

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  6. I lost count many years ago how many times I heard that song when my parents would introduce me when I was a little girl. Now when when I mention it to people, most from my generation have no clue what I am talking about. I suppose that isn’t such a bad thing!

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