O'Keeffe's Offering $5,000 to Find the Hardest Working Hands in America

Who has the hardest working hands in America? O'Keeffe's wants to find out. Severely dry hands, often a work-related ailment that goes untreated, can be both painful and debilitating. That's why O'Keeffe's Company, makers of Working Hands dry skin cream, is seeking and celebrating the "Hardest Working Hands in America."

"We're looking for a pair of working hands that are a symbol of the dedication that American men and women put into their jobs each and every day," said Jake Ragland, managing director of O'Keeffe's Company. "Regardless of profession, we invite people to enter the contest and share the story of their working hands."

O'Keeffe's Working Hands is a unique moisturizing hand cream designed specifically to relieve and restore split, cracked, dry hands. The product is made with a specially designed odorless, non-greasy, and hypoallergenic moisturizing formula containing glycerin and allantoin, which are scientifically proven ingredients in restoring the health of damaged skin.

From Jan. 5, 2012, through March 31, 2012, O'Keeffe's Company is seeking nominations for the Hardest Working Hands in America – a pair of hands that best represent the sweat and determination of proud, hardworking men and women. To be eligible, the nominee must be at least 18 years old and a resident of the United States or the District of Columbia. A panel of judges will select the winning pair of hands from the entries received.

O'Keeffe's will name America's Hardest Working Hands in April 2012. The grand prize winner will receive $5,000, a lifetime supply of O'Keeffe's Working Hands moisturizing cream, and potentially be featured in a national advertisement for the brand. O'Keeffe's will also award five runners-up, whose hands are symbols of the great work being done in America, $1,000 and a one-year supply of Working Hands.

Entering is easy, and there is no purchase necessary. Visit www.OKeeffesCompany.com, and send a photo or video of the nominee's hands along with a short description as to why they should be named America's Hardest Working Hands.

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