Win your own theme song!

Lowry Olafson is giving listeners a chance to have their very own theme song written for their town or city (image courtesy Lowry Olafson).
You have to admit, it would be pretty cool to have your own personal theme song.

We're giving all the cities and towns in our listening area the chance to have just that.

So whether you're in Revelstoke or in Falkland, get ready to make a pitch why your community should get its own theme song.

Lowry Olson is a singer/songwriter from Gibsons, and he also runs a program called Theme Shop.

He has agreed to write a theme song for one city or town in our listening area that really sells their pitch to him.

To start his conversation with host Shelley Joyce, we hear some of the song he helped write for Vanderhoof.

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To make your pitch, all you have to do is e-mail Lowry at Tell Lowry what makes your community special, and be specific!

Lowry will then make the decision, and go to the community to write the song with people who live there. The deadline to send your pitch is December 2nd.

Some good suggestions are to note if your town or city has a claim to fame, what you love about your city, and what makes it unique. 
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