Do you work in the civil construction industry?
And do you fancy a cold beverage to unwind at the end of a long day on the tools?
If you answered yes to either of those questions, you are exactly the target audience of a new campaign aimed at encouraging builders to get vaccinated.
The Civil Contractors Federation is offering builders the chance at winning free beer for a year. The catch? You have to prove you have been fully vaccinated, and are employed by a CCF member.
"It's vital that the civil construction sector leads by example," CCF chief executive officer Rachael Matheson said.
"We've all had friends and colleagues on the mainland who have suffered because of COVID outbreaks and lockdowns.
"Even the recent three-day lockdown in southern Tasmania was enough to cause disruption to the industry."
"We've got to do everything we can to make sure we hit the vaccination target of 90 per cent as soon as possible so we can keep the community as safe as possible and avoid any more potential lockdowns."
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Ms Matheson said the process could still be fun.
"There's nothing like a cold beer after a hard day's work and we want to give all of our members' employees the chance to win beer for a year on us," she said.
"The only catch is, to win beer for a year, you have to be an employee of a CCF member and you have to be able to prove you've been fully vaccinated.
"There are reports that young adults and in particular young men are among the hardest groups to reach, but we're confident that the promise of beer for a year is enough to get the attention of the entire civil construction workforce.
"So get the jabs and win a year's worth of slabs."
Ms Matheson said the winner would be announced in December.
For details on how to enter visit - www.ccftas.com.au/win-beer-for-a-year