Maid Brigade Awards One Year of Free House Cleaning

March 26, 2013

Maid Brigade awards Fort Worth mother one year of free house cleaningGreen cleaning company Maid Brigade honors America’s Busy Women with “Multi-Tasker Makeover Contest.”

FORT WORTH, Texas—Maid Brigade of Fort Worth, Arlington and Mansfield has awarded 12 months of green house cleaning to Paige Berger – Fort Worth mother of four – as part of the company’s first annual “Multi-Tasker Makeover Contest.” The nationwide contest encouraged participants to submit photos and videos of their daily life struggles and explain why they deserved the title of the modern-day “Multi-Tasker.” With nine finalists selected and more than 26,000 Facebook votes cast nationwide, Berger was chosen as the contest’s grand prize winner based on her home video.

“As women continue to juggle increased home, family, and work responsibilities, they are more overwhelmed, stressed, and time starved than ever before,” says Keith Clem, owner of Maid Brigade of Fort Worth, Arlington and Mansfield. “By acknowledging women’s daily struggles and providing free home cleaning through this contest, we’re able to offer Paige a clean and healthy home so she can spend her free time doing what she loves most.”

A working mother of four school-age children, Berger’s daily to-do list consists of driving her children to and from their extracurricular activities, helping with daily homework, and cooking meals for her children and husband. She also teaches school part-time and tries to stay active to keep herself healthy.

Maid Brigade awards Fort Worth mother one year of free house cleaningSays Berger, “Homework: 4 hours. Kids’ activities: 7 hours. Exercise, work, and cook: 30 hours. Someone else cleaning my house: Priceless.”

Photo Credit: Maid Brigade