January 1999 Issue


McBee, a renowned manufacturer of printed business products for the accounting industry, is instituting a nationwide search to find America's most disorganized accounting client of 1998.

Accountants are asked for a description of their most disorganized client in 150 words or less. The accountant whose client is chosen as "most disorganized" will receive $750 worth of McBee products and will be featured, along with his or her name, photo, and firm, as part of the company's upcoming national advertising campaign. The most disorganized client (whose name may remain anonymous to the public at large) will win a year's supply of McBee One-Writes to start that business on the road to more organized bookkeeping.

Entries should be mailed to "Most Disorganized Client Contest," McBee (Dept. 219), 299 Cherry Hill Road, Parsippany, NJ 07054; or faxed to (973) 263-8165, Attn: Dept. 219; or e-mailed to mcbeeusa@ixnetcom.com, Attn: Dept. 219. Entries must reach McBee no later than March 31, 1999. *

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