Snore-chestra is back and looking for new soloists

Burnley snorers are being invited to record their night time noise for a chance to appear on the most heavily anticipated track of the year, Snore-chestra – the encore.

Monday, 8th November 2010, 1:51 pm

Last year, Helps Stop Snoring, makers of the UK’s leading snoring remedy, created the world’s first Snore-chestra, producing Silent Night with the help of the country’s noisiest culprits.

Snorers, or their partners, now have until the 21st November to submit a short recording to be in with a chance of appearing on this year’s track, Away in a Manger. Those who appear in the production will win a year’s supply of Helps Stop Snoring products, to help improve their condition.

Graham Carr-Smith, of Helps Stop Snoring, said: ““With snoring affecting 15 million people across the UK, the Helps Stop Snoring snore-chestra is a fun festive way to highlight an important message.”

“We were so overwhelmed with the success of last year’s tune, which saw over 10,000 views on YouTube, that we thought we must create an encore, getting even more snorers involved.”

Entries are also welcome from snoring pets, with both dogs and cats notorious for their snoozing sounds.

“There is hope out there for snorers and their long-suffering partners as our natural anti-snoring remedies are offering relief to thousands of people already.”

Snorers looking to snooze their way into the Helps Stop Snoring snore-chestra can enter by emailing [email protected], or calling the snoring hotline 0121 362 4060 Snore-chestra hopefuls will then be asked to complete a short questionnaire and submit their snoring sound clip. Closing date is 21st November.

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