The summer-long observance of Pongo Resume's 5th anniversary is winding down. The celebration began June 1, and since then we've given away 117 Pongo t-shirts and other fun prizes to people who answered the trivia questions we posted on Twitter. But out of the 140 questions we posted, 23 of them remain unanswered. And that means we still have 23 t-shirts and prizes to give out, and we want to give them to you! (We also welcome the many new followers we gained on Twitter over the summer.)
So, here's a chance to show off your trivia chops. Just be the first to answer one of the questions below in the comments section of this post, and we'll give you a shout out and a prize! If you're not sure, go ahead and Google it!
Please make sure to include your email address when you leave your comment so we can contact you to find out where to send your prize. (Don't worry! The email address won't show in the post, and we won't spam you! It's the only way we can let you know if you're a winner.)
Now, here are the rules:
- The limit is two prizes per person.
- If you win, we'll email you. You'll need to reply within one week with your full name and address to receive your prize. (Don't worry! We'll keep your information private!)
- Allow 6 to 8 weeks for your prize to arrive (probably less).
- Prizes returned as undeliverable will be forfeited.
And here are the questions:
- Who employed Cliff Clavin on the sitcom Cheers?
- What government job did Steve Carell (The Office) hold before turning to acting?
- On The Office, How many times has Dwight been "salesman of the month" in the last 12 months?
- In the 1958 classic doo-wop song, what is the line that comes after "Get a Job?"
- What 1966 tune begins "Up every mornin' just to keep a job. I gotta fight my way through the hustling mob ... "
- What profession does Kid Rock sing about?
- If you are classified as an "exempt employee" your boss does not have to pay you for what?
- Who said: "If A is a success in life, then A equals x plus y plus z. Work is x; y is play; and z is keeping your mouth shut"?
- Who invented the basic concept of the assembly line and started the Detroit area automobile industry?
- On The Office, what is the name of the office complex Dunder Mifflin is in?
- Finish the lyric: "Everybody's working for the weekend. Everybody wants a little romance. Everybody's goin' off the deep end ... "
- What percentage of Americans drive to work?
- On The Office, how did the Scranton branch discover that Ryan had been arrested?
- Finish the lyric: "It's been a hard day's night, and I've been working like a dog. It's been a hard day's night ... "
- What percentage of Americans take public transportation to work?
- On The Office, Pam said: "I get 10 vacation days a year, and I try to hold off from taking them as long as possible. This year I got to ... "?
- How many U.S. presidents never attended college?
- In the song, "I Don't Want to Work" Todd Rundgren refers to something that's used in place of a drum. What is it?
- In the movie Office Space, where were the scenes at Chotchkie's shot? Hint: The restaurant is in Austin, Texas.
- What was Sue Ellen's main job title in Don't Tell Mom the Babysitter's Dead?
- Name at least 2 professional sports teams that have professions as part of their names.
- Before they were hired as private investigators, what did "Charlie's Angels" do for a living?
- What color was the stapler in question in the movie Office Space?
Good luck, and thanks for being a part of the Pongo community! We've enjoyed the first five years of helping people advance their careers, and look forward to even bigger and better things in the next five!
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