Are you a 20-something struggling to pay rent? Spent all your cash on video games and pizza? Want to completely exist off the back of a beer-sponsored sweepstakes? You're in luck.
Keystone Light is awarding 13 people $12,000 each for one year's worth of rent, hoping to attract some more 20-somethings to its widely available beer.
"These consumers are craving financial stability, and we know from our research that housing expenses create a strain, eating up a large portion of their income," Eric Wolfe, an associate brand manager for MillerCoors economy brands, said according to a blog post from MillerCoors. "With our free rent program, we’re hoping to ease part of the burden to enable them to enjoy the fun things in life, like having a cold beer and celebrating with friends."
I'm not sure what kind of in-depth research was needed to tell Keystone that it's expensive to exist, but they're not wrong. Personally, as a 20-something, I do crave financial stability and want to enjoy the fun things in life!
Live rent free courtesy of Keystone Light. Click here to win free rent for a year and other smooth prizes:https://t.co/i8IVVDwWpVpic.twitter.com/ovZwbzpGAb— Keystone Light (@KeystoneLightUS)August 7, 2019
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If you don't score the giant check, Keystone is giving 150 runners-up "Adult Transition Packs," which include an inflatable Keystone Light chair, a branded shower curtain, a Hawaiian-style shirt and Keystone Light "candelier" (a chandelier made with Keystone Light cans, of course).
The sweepstakes is accepting entries until Sept. 29. Go to KeystoneLight.com/FreeRent or enter via a Snapchat Snapcode on special packs of Keystone Light. You must be over 21 to enter.
I'll tell you what, Keystone. I'm no beer drinker, but pay my rent, and I will drink Keystone Light exclusively for an entire year. You can keep the candelier, though.
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