Steelcase Worst Workspace Challenge Update

Next Story

CrunchGear Week in Review: Game Day Edition

Yes! Scorcese won. Justice is served!

Ahem. Sorry about that. I just wanted to give you all one final update about The Steelcase Worst Workspace Challenge. We’re closing the contest at 12 noon, which gives you all six more hours to make your submissions.

For those of you just tuning in, I’m sure you’d like to know what the hell I’m talking about:

The prizes for this thing are incredible and I really couldn’t be more excited about it. The grand prize is a brand new Steelcase chair. The winner can choose either any Think chair available or any Leap chair excluding the leather ones (so basically you can pick between the black or platinum base fabric Leaps). The value of these chairs are about $900 and you can pick your covering color. I reviewed a Leap recently, and it’s pretty much the greatest thing ever.

We also have room for four runners-up. Our friends at iFrogz have provided four gift cards that will let you select an iPod case of your choosing. These cases are hot.

Now for the rules. To enter, we need pictures of the worst workspaces. This includes your desk, chair, general work environment, etc. We want to see disaster. Papers everywhere, gum stuck to stuff, coffee spilled, broken chairs, smashed desks, whatever. It needs to be Bad, with a capital B. The above image fromPeter McMeekan is a great example of a horrendous workspace.

Send your entries to contest at crunchgear dot com with the subject “Worst Workspace Challenge.”

Only original workspace pictures will be accepted. With that in mind, please submit more than one picture of your workspace. Multiple shots will help to ensure authenticity and to give us a better idea of just how bad your workspace is. And please limit your pictures to a maximum width of 540.

The person with the worst possible workspace will win a brand new Steelcase chair to help with lifting your blighted environment up a little. And, while an iFrogz case won’t make your workspace better, it will, at least, help you to care about your disaster a little less.

Remember, the contest ends at noon. You have precious little time!

Chris Chamlee demonstrates his worst workspace chops.

blog comments powered by Disqus