×

TYPE IN YOUR SEARCH AND PRESS ENTER

Loading...

Nobody Denim Is Giving Away Free Personalised Jeans To Vaccinated Australians

Ria Lawrence Ria Lawrence

Nobody Denim Is Giving Away Free Personalised Jeans To Vaccinated Australians

Score a brand new pair of denims.

In order to get out of repeated lockdowns, you need to get vaccinated. The idea of having immunity against COVID-19 should be enough to motivate people to get the jab. But businesses are also doing their bit and incentivising vaccination in order to fast track the process. Nobody Denim has recently announced that they will be giving away free jeans to the first 100 people who tag them after getting the jab.

The premium denim brand are doing their bit and encouraging millions of Aussies to do theirs and get vaccinated.

In case you’re keen to get your hands on some free threads, here’s how the promo is going to roll.

Get your first dose of the vaccination, post a picture showing off your fresh jab, tag @nobodydenim and add the hashtag #NobodyGivesAJab. If you’re one of the first 100 people to share the post, you can get your hands on a pair of Nobody Denim jeans.

Even better, if you ask them they will personalise the denims for you. It should be noted that a proof of vaccination is required.

Advertisement

Elucidating further on the promo, the family-owned business shared this message on their Instagram handle — “With Sydney heading into its 7th week of lockdown and Melbourne into it’s SIXTH lockdown since the pandemic began – 16 million people are on stay at home orders and small businesses are struggling to survive; It is time for Australia to roll up their sleeves.

Introducing #NobodyGivesAJab. Our small contribution to supporting the community and collaborating on working towards a life with less lockdowns and less disruption to industry.”

MORE INFO

To book an appointment with a GP or at a vaccination hub, click here.

Click here to read more about the COVID-19 vaccines.

To stay up to date with the list of the exposure sites, click here.

SEE ALSO: Vaccinated Victorians Could Win $100,000 Worth Of Prizes

Things To Do