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Alright, we know some of you might feel like changing the station when your hear commercials on the radio.  BUT DON'T!   If you did that all the time, you'd miss out on some awesome jingles! We've put together a list of some of our favorite local business jingles that you'll hear around Billings.  A quick warning though; prepare to have these stuck in your head, these tunes are catchy!

 
Alright, we know some people might feel like changing the dial on their radio when they hear commercials.  BUT DON'T!   If you did that all the time, you'd miss out on the awesome jingles! We've put together a list of some of our favorite local business jingles that you'll hear around Billings.  A quick warning though; be ready to have these stuck in your head, these tunes are catchy!
 

We can't decide whether or not to buy an ATV or grab our partner and throw them around the dance floor.  This one's all about America and the great outdoors, set to some rockin' country music.  How could you not love it?

 
 

Hey, any jingle based off of a KISS song is fine by us...

We're pretty sure this is the hardest rocking credit union jingle ever made. In fact, it might be the only rocking credit union jingle ever made.

 
 

YEEEEHAW! This jingle is just a good ol' fashioned, knee slappin' good time. We like thinking about all the different ways you can bust out your car windows, like "BBs" "Boomerangs" and "Lovers' Quarrels". The glass shattering in the background is a nice touch as well.

 
 

We're bringing it back to the malt shop with this one! This one is great from the get-go, starting with the "DEP DEP DEP DEP" kicking off the song. We especially like how there's nothing about fixing your car that rhymes with "getting your car back in shape," so they use "Looking brand new.... yeah, yeah". Writing jingles is hard, but you won't find a better one than our final jingle...

 
 

How can you not sing along?   This is easily the most effective jingle in Billings. Don't believe us?   Try this: Walk up to anyone in Billings and just sing "Mr. Thrifty!..." and nine times out of ten they'll respond "We'll work for food!"  Sorry, you'll have this one stuck in your head for days.