Do you work hard? Of course you do, why wouldn’t you? America was built on hard work. We were all raised with the notion that if you worked hard enough, you would achieve it. But, there’s nothing wrong with relaxing every now and then, right? Humans need to relax every now and then. Everyone has a different idea of what the perfect vacation looks like. Some people prefer to lose themselves in the culture of a foreign land, while others prefer large family trips to popular tourist destinations. Regardless of your style, no one would deny a trip to Tahiti, right? Well, United Airlines wants to take you there!
According to a report from Costalliving.com, United is looking to offer Americans a break from their grueling work schedules in order to focus on fun and frivolity. There’s only one catch: you need to prove that you are overworked. That’s right, the airline is looking for America’s most overworked employee. Simply login to United’s website and submit a 300-word explanation as to why you (or someone you know) deserve such a luxurious vacation. United will look over each submission and determine who the country’s most stressed out worker is and send them on a one-week journey to the beautiful land of Tahiti.
So what comes included in this too-good-to-be-true offer? Firstly, the airline will provide a round-trip fare; secondly, you’ll enjoy staying at the Intercontinental Tahiti Resort and Spa, Intercontinental Moorea Resort and Spa and the Maitai Rangiroa; thirdly, transportation between islands and an excursion are all covered. You will also be given a $2,000 card for meals and expenses and be able to bring one guest.
The contest is designed to coincide with United’s new San Francisco-Tahiti travel routes. I love ideas like this. It’s a great way to get people motivated to relax and fly out to beautiful destinations. I’m excited to see the attention that this fantastic contest gains.
If you believe that you or someone you know deserves to take some time off and relax, consider submitting them into the contest. The deadline for submissions is 11:59pm Central Time on September 25th.