Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Is There a Mess Master in your Home? Enter the Dirty Jobs Mess Masters Contest!

I've heard two analogies recently pertaining to cleaning when children are around, and, unsurprisingly, they both made me chuckle:

Cleaning with children present is like shoveling while it's still snowing.
Cleaning with children present is like brushing your teeth while eating Oreos.

Although it's not quite as bad as those indicate, I do sometimes shake my head when it comes the messes that my kids make. Are they part tornado? Or do they just not notice that they've taken out 17 different toys/games/art supplies/dress up clothes and currently have them spread all over the house?

But at least I can be thankful that my kids are past the baby and toddler stage, so I don't have to worry (quite as much) about them covering themselves in their food or swimming in a mud puddle.

And who knows better about messes? None other than Dirty Jobs, the name known for cleaning products that are formulated to handle the dirtiest of jobs.

Dirty Jobs logo

If you have ever wished that you could be rewarded for the messes your children make, then Dirty Jobs has the contest for you — they have launched a nationwide search for America's top Mess Masters!

Qualifying as the biggest Mess Master requires no special training, just the ability to create the messiest mess — entries can include kids and/or pets. Your subjects just need to make a dirty mess and then you provide the photographic proof of their best mess!

Once you've captured your Mess Master photo, send it to Dirty Jobs and you will be entered and eligible to win one of the following great prizes:
  • Grand Prize Winner: 1 full year of professional maid service from Molly Maid, one of the country's top-rated professional home cleaning service companies. 
  • First Runner Up: $500 Gift Card
  • Second Runner Up: $250 Gift Card
  • 11 Weekly Prize Winners: $100 Gift Card
This contest is running through May 9, 2013, so be sure to get in on the (messy) fun! Just visit MyDirtyJobs.com/MessMasters to find out all of the details and enter your own favorite Mess Master for a chance to win!

Dirty Jobs Mess Masters Contest

This post was brought to you by Dirty Jobs, but all thoughts and opinions are honest and my own.

1 comments:

Jayne Townsley said...

I used to work for Molly Maid...had the uniform and the car!