Labor Day may be behind us but it’s not too late to celebrate those who sacrifice, continuously give of themselves, and work hard to accomplish their goals. The MEGAComfort Labor Day Contest & Sweepstakes is in full swing!

There are two ways you can participate in this event. It only happens once a year, so you don’t want to miss out! After the outpouring of love, respect, and appreciation we heard about in last year’s Hardest Worker Sweepstakes we decided to increase the prizing and add a second category!

That’s right, now you can nominate the Hardest Worker or the Hardest Working Team you know, and help them win BIG cash prizes and insoles!.

1. Nominate the Hardest Worker you know by commenting with 250 words or less, sharing why this Hard Worker deserves to win.  Follow this link to enter on our Facebook page. Don’t forget to Like our page to complete your nomination.  Your Hard Worker could win $2000 in cash and 20 insoles for themselves, friends and family. That’s a prize worth commenting for!

2. Nominate the Hardest Working Team you know by completing our on-line entry form. You could be part of this team, or you can nominate a team you know that works well together, stands out and is able to overcome challenges.  The prize for the Hardest Working Team is $4000 in cash and up to 100 insoles to share with friends and family!

Nominations will close on September 29th, and in mid-October we will announce the Hardest Working Team winner and finalists for the Hardest Worker. Then the voting process will start to find our winner.  That’s right, the American public will have the opportunity to vote for the Hardest Worker winner. Just think it’s like American Idol for America’s Hardest Worker. What could be better than honouring those that give it their all?

At MEGAComfort we understand that hard work is difficult and requires consistent sacrifice. It’s an honor to hear these stories, learn about the hard workers in your life, and be able to highlight them in a meaningful way. Visit for more details, and start thinking about hardest workers you know.