A commercial jingle on TV and/or radio in Rochester from ca. 1975-1985. According to those who remember it, the song went like this: "Stick it, in your pocket, stick it in your pocket, STICK IT IN YOUR POCKET" with the final statement sung louder in a much lower key. The word pocket was pronounced "paw-kit". Probably a local car dealership ad, perhaps Chevrolet, though we are not 100% sure and are hoping to find confirmation or even better, a recording. The thing that you were sticking in your pocket was the money you were saving. Please help!
The business was Upstate Chrysler Plymouth. Del gave away 100 silver dollars for the buyer of a new car to " stick it in your pocket"