At one area McDonald's you can get fries and a concert with your Big Mac.
Those lucky enough to go to the fast food chain's store when Massapequa resident Elisa Trigg is on duty can hear her burst into song on occasion.
It's worth the price of a Happy Meal. Trigg's talent and love of music has carried her to the final rounds of the company's "Voice of McDonald's" contest.
Local residents can view Trigg's video and vote for her to become a global semi-finalist in the worldwide competition. Voting will close on Nov.30.
It's a dream come true for Trigg, who is the General Manager in Glen Cove. She got to go to McDonald's Headquarters in Illinois to record her music video.
"They really made you feel like gold," she said. "I was just really proud to be part of it."
Trigg chose "Hello" by '80s star Lionel Richie for her video, but she's comfortable with several types of music. She was very active in the church choir and in the New York State Music Association while in school.
She has appeared in several local theater productions including, "Grease," "Anything Goes" and "Suessical."
But she needed a push to actually enter the contest. She'd been at the store for eight months when she entered.
"My store owner has been very supportive," Trigg said. "He kept telling me, 'You have to audition,' he was on me every day."
She finally relented and sent in a tape, but never expected to do well.
"I had totally forgotten that I entered," Trigg said. She got quite the surprise a few weeks later when someone interrupted a meeting to give Trigg the news.
"She asked, 'Do you know why I'm here?'" Trigg said. Then someone came in from the back with balloons."
Trigg says the crew at her store is very close and she's been known to put on a show with them.
"I'm kind of a ham," she said, saying she likes to belt out Lady Gaga tunes.
"I bring my keyboard in and I'll keep it under the counter. We have an empty napkin box that they pull me around in."
If she gets voted into the worldwide competition she has a chance to win a $25,000 grand prize.
But Trigg says just getting to compete has been well worth it.
"I never thought when I was working at McDonalds and starting a new chapter in my life, that I could still do something that's my passion, which is music."