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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

End Your Nasty Workplace Misery

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Contest Factory. All opinions are 100% mine.

I had a surprise visit from a friend today and she was ranting for hours about her daily misery concerning her workplace. She loves her job and she cares about her comrades but, she can't deal working in a nasty place. Their company has limited resources and they can only provide small amount for minor renovations. They have to be resourceful if they want to improve their office area. I was actually smiling (in a good way) the whole time when she kept on yakking. When it was my turn to talk, I informed her about the Pimp My Cube Contest

If you wanted a clean and organize office, join the contest today. To join, you need to download a video showing how nasty, messy and ugly is your workplace. You need to convince your viewers that you deserve to own a clean work space because the most pathetic work space will win a fabulous high end computer system. Not only that, the winner will also win a new desk and chair plus, office decor and accessories for FREE. It will be worth $1200 which can really turn your space an office oasis. All these will be yours if you work for it! Make a video now and download it then, invite your family, friends and office mates to vote for it. Check out this video for more information:

Visit the Pimp My Cube Website now and download your video. This contest is open up to January 31, 2012 only. Good luck to all of you!

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