A’Stacia Crawford of York is one of 25 semi-finalists from across the country selected to complete in the global Voice of McDonald’s competition, which aims to discover talented singers among the company’s 1.8 million employees.
According to a news release, Crawford, 21, is a crew member from the McDonald’s in the Walmart at the West Manchester Mall during school breaks from Norfolk State University in Virginia. The public can vote for the singers they think should make the finals through Dec. 2 at www.voiceofmcdonalds.com/voting/usa.
Those with the most votes will travel to the finals, slated for April in Orlando, Fla. Finalists will receive performance coaching and will sing on a concert stage with a live orchestra, according to a news release. The global winner receives $25,000. The runner-up receives $17,500. Third- and fourth-place contestants get $12,500 and $7,500, respectively.
Related: Dover girl competed in McDonald’s singing competition in 2009.