If you follow us on Facebook, you know that every Wednesday is Workplace Wednesday! Normally, the prize pack includes Hot 97.5 swag and Subway. This week, we want to give your entire workplace tickets to see some incredibly funny people!

The Comedians of Chelsea Lately are coming to the Belle Mehus June 27th, and we want to give you, and your coworkers, tickets to the show!

All you have to do is Like Hot 97.5 on Facebook. Wednesday morning, I'll post a photo of the tickets. Tell me where you're working, and you're in to win! We pick one random workplace to win the tickets and swag just before 2pm and I come to your workplace and deliver them personally!

Make sure to tell all your coworkers to 'like' us to increase your chances of winning! It's all happening Wednesday over on Facebook!

Here's more about the Comedians of Chelsea Lately [from press release]

Comedian, actor and writer Josh Wolf has become one of the most sought after personalities in comedy today. From adding his quick witted commentary on comedy  round tables, to becoming a New York Times bestselling author, writing on hit television shows and headlining stand up comedy tours across the nation, Wolf has proved time and time again he is one of the most dynamic and multi faceted comedians in the entertainment business.

Brad Wollack is formerly a co-executive producer / writer and regular roundtable guest on the E! Entertainment’s hit late night series, “Chelsea Lately.” Wollack appeared as a guest on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,” as well as in a number of national commercials where he was seen happily pitching products he’s even at odds with politically. Additionally. Wollack also served as the executive producer, co-creator and co-star of E!’s comedy series “After Lately” –a scripted show about the lives of “Chelsea” staffers—and he was co-thrilled about it.

Jiffy Wild said “Chelsea took me from the art department to an on-screen personality, then writer’s assistant, then writer, then actor…or quasi-actor. I was and am super lucky. It was like my version of when a modeling scout discovers a young model in a Sbarro food court when they’re 16, but less creepy. And I’m not a model.”