Nominate your team for ezCater’s Employee Appreciation Day Contest
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Some things are better said with food — like thank you.
Friday, March 5 is Employee Appreciation Day, and it’s been a year. Whether they are working onsite or offsite, your people deserve thanks for adapting, and delivering, during COVID. But, don’t just thank them. Feed them.
Tell us what makes your colleagues so special for a chance to win a catered meal for the whole team. Because the only thing better than having lunch, is a free lunch.
Employee Appreciation Day Contest details
- Grand Prize — team lunch on ezCater (up to $500)
- 4 Honorable Mentions — team lunch on ezCater (up to $250)
- Submit your entries by February 22, 2021 at 11:59 PM (EST)
- Winners announced Friday, February 26, 2021
- One entry per team
Nominate your team
Winners have been announced! Read their inspiring stories and prepare to celebrate your own team on Friday, March 5.
Rules for Employee Appreciation Day Contest nominations
You can start submitting nominations for ezCater’s Employee Appreciation Day Contest on Tuesday, February 9, and we must receive your nomination by 11:59 pm ET on Monday, February 22. Nominations will be judged by the ezCater marketing team using the following criteria: 50% on story quality, and 50% on the impact the nominee had on an organization or individual(s). We will announce the winners on Friday, February 26, 2021 on Lunch Rush, the ezCater blog. We will also reach out to the winning team using the email provided in the nomination form and will include more info on redeeming the prize. One nomination per team.
This promotion is sponsored by ezCater, Inc. and is open to individuals who are US residents and at least 18 years old. By providing us a nomination, you grant us the right to use the contents of the nomination for any purpose and in any media in perpetuity. Odds of winning are affected by the number of nominations received by the submission deadline. All decisions by our judges are final. No purchase necessary. This promotion is void where prohibited or restricted by law.