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There are lots of great reasons to ‘like’ our Facebook page – job listings, career related articles and blog entries, staffing and employment news, and, of course, great contests! This Spring we gave away a $100 VISA card. It’s been a few months, so it’s time to ramp it up just in time for Christmas!

Would anyone be interested in winning an iPad mini?

Since our last contest, Facebook has relaxed their contest restrictions to allow pages to run the contests without a 3rd part app, making it much easier to enter and collect entries! So, all you have to do to enter our contest is one of the following two things:

1.) Like our Facebook page – If you like our page between November 8th and 10AM December 20th, you will automatically be entered in our contest.

2.) Message us – If you haven’t ‘liked’ us on Facebook, ‘liking’ our page will automatically enter you in the contest. If you already like our page, all you have to do is send us a message through Facebook with the word ‘contest’ in the message or subject line.

BONUS ENTRY – Follow us on Twitter, then message us there to receive another entry, even if you are already entered!

So that’s TWO entries, just for clicking a few buttons!

We appreciate everyone who takes the time to connect with us! These contests are a small way of showing that. Maybe we can help you or a friend or relative find a great job in the future.

See our contest rules.

Written by Scott Morefield

Scott started with AtWork as a Staffing Manager in 1999, eventually taking over the Bristol, TN office as Branch Manager in 2005. After a two year stint as both Branch Manager and social media manager, he assumed the role of Director of Marketing in October of 2014. By night, Scott is a news and opinion columnist for BizPac Review. His work has also been featured on the Drudge Report, Fox Nation, Breitbart, TheBlaze, WND, Staffing Talk, among others. Scott holds a bachelor’s degree in Human Resources and an MBA from East Tennessee State University. He and his wife, Kim, live in Bristol, Tennessee with their four children.

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