Craftsman and Teflon “Get Into Gear” Contest

I have worked in the construction industry for over 20 years and I have worn my share of work clothes. Some of the clothes were destroyed within a few days of purchase. Other items lasted many years and kept me protected from weather, dirt, and injuries. I also do small projects around the house. In both of these environments, I need good, durable work wear that is comfortable and stylish.

Sears has teamed up with DuPont to produce a line of clothing that that meets all of these qualifications whether you’re drilling an oil well in Wyoming or cutting the grass at home in Texas. All items in this new Craftsman line have Teflon® fabric protector built into the fabric so you won’t have to worry about ruining your clothes while you’re trying to get the job done.

I wore the long-sleeve Craftsman work shirt to one of my jobsite visits and several of the workers asked where they could get one. Surprisingly, the shirt was able to breathe and kept me relatively cool in the Texas heat. The tightly-woven fabric of this button-down shirt is wrinkle-resistant and has the water repellency of Teflon fabric protector. I love the sturdy, tough feel of the fabric. It feels much more durable than some shirts made by other brands.

For all of you guys who work hard and aren’t afraid to get a little dirt under your fingernails, I’d like to give you an opportunity to win a $50 Sears Gift Card to buy a set of Craftsman work clothes. To enter the contest, leave a comment answering the following question:

What has been your least favorite job?

Additional Entries

After you have submitted your mandatory entry, you can receive additional entries by doing any or all of the following things:

Mocha Dad’s “Craftsman and Teflon ‘Get Into Gear’” Contest starts on Tuesday, November 15, 2011 and ends Monday, November 21, 2011 at 11:59 p.m. (CST), and is open to all Mocha Dad readers, subscribers, and/or fans in the continental U.S. No purchase required. Relatives and employees of Mocha Dad Media are not eligible to win. You are also ineligible if you’ve won a prize from this blog within the past 60 days. One winner will be chosen via Random.org and announced on Tuesday, November 22, 2011. You must leave your contact information to collect your prize. If a winner does not respond within 3 days, a new winner will be chosen. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. All opinions are my own.

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    • my first and worst job was working at McDonald’s. I cooked alot and was always covered in grease and felt like a grease monkey and I also had to tear down the ice cream machine and shake machine every nite before closing and wash all the parts and put  them back together again in the morning before we opened and only had an hour to do both
      shoppinmom@live.com

  1. I have enjoyed all of my paying jobs.  A job where I got dirty and sweaty and which wasn’t so pleasant was when I volunteered at a horse rescue, cleaning out the stalls.

  2. my least favorite job was when i worked at goody’s i had to put the clothes back on hangers all day it was a never ending story
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

  3. My least favorite job was working in a factory.  I was 14 and it was illegal at the time to work in that setting, but I needed to make some money for the summer.  There was no air conditioning and it was really dirty.  I was the only girl!

    mami2jcn at gmail dot com

  4. My worst job ever was McDonalds. I worked there for 4 days, they put my on fries in the middle of summer and it was just too dang hot for what little they were paying me. So I quit. lol

  5. My least favorite job was several years ago when I tried selling cars.  I lasted the 2 days of training and 1 day on the lot when I decided this was definitely not for me.

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