Staples Advantage is looking for Canada's Messiest Office - the more disorganized the better!
Winner of the 2nd Annual "Messiest Office" gets an office makeover!
MISSISSAUGA, ON, Jan. 3, 2014 /CNW/ - Cluttered office? Papers everywhere? Busted furniture? Beat up chair? Staples Advantage, the business-to-business division of Staples Canada, wants to see it again! The company is running their 2nd annual "Messiest Office" contest to let workers across Canada compete to see who is working in the worst of it.
Participants can submit pictures of their organizationally-challenged work environments through the Staples Advantage Canada website where votes will be cast for the office most in need of an overhaul. The winner, as chosen by a contest committee from the top entries, will receive a full office suite worth $7,500 including furniture, ergonomic desk accessories and organizational products.
"We are really looking forward to running this contest again," said Director of Marketing, Scott D'Cunha. "We saw some pretty disorganized and cluttered spaces last year so I encourage every office to enter. There isn't an office we can't make better!"
The contest, which is open to anyone in Canada over the age of 21 who works in an office of 20 associates or more will run from January 1st until January 30, 2014 and can be found at www.staplesadvantage.ca/Contest along with full contest details.
About Staples Advantage Canada
As the business-to-business division of Staples, Staples Advantage works with companies of 20 or more employees to develop customized programs with dedicated account management and a complete assortment of products and services to meet business needs.
The leading supplier in Canada, we work with our business partners to provide office supplies, technology products, facility supplies, furniture, and business services. Staples Advantage Canada is headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario, with eight distribution centres across Canada. Visit www.staplesadvantage.ca for more information, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
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