Budweiser’s Offering To Pay $5,000 Towards Housing Costs For 5 Of The ‘Hardest Working Hands’ In America

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Katie Jerkovich Entertainment Reporter
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Budweiser is offering a contest for five of the “hardest working hands” in America during the pandemic and will pay $5,000 towards each person’s housing costs.

“We’re looking for America’s hardest working hands,” a tweet from the beer company read. The comments were noted by Fox Business in a piece published Monday.

“Just post a pic of your favorite shift worker’s hands (or your own) and why you think they’re the hardest working,” the post added. “Tag it with #HardestWorkingHands #Contest.”

Those eligible to enter the beer contest include people who work in food-running, health care, construction, shift work and other fields that “use their hands the most.”  (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

“We know that shift workers have had a trying year, and have worked tirelessly through the pandemic to ensure communities continue to run smoothly.” Budweiser’s Vice President Monica Rustgi told FOX Business via email. “Awarding five shift workers with $5,000 (the average cost people in American are behind on rent) to help cover their housing costs, [and] will hopefully give them and their hard working hands a much-deserved break.” (RELATED: Detroit Lions Kicker Matt Prater Scores Free Beer For Entire City)

The beer contest runs from Monday April 19 to Wednesday May 5.