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BuildingPoint Canada wants you to get your shot! #BuildingImmunity

As vaccines become available to all Canadians, BuildingPoint Canada encourages our friends, customers and partners in the construction industry to register for their shots. Getting vaccinated is the best way to keep your community safe – and ensure our country sees the end of this pandemic as quickly as possible.#buildingImmunity

Get your shot and encourage others to do the same! Share a picture of yourself getting the vaccine – or showing off your post-shot Band-Aid, and we’ll buy coffee and donuts for you and your crew! Every week, we’ll give away a $50 Tim’s card for sharing your vaccine pic with the hashtag #BuildingImmunity. Tag us in your posts!!

The photo with the most interaction on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and/or Instagram will get the weekly prize. We may even have additional prizes up our sleeve for the most fun pic, most creative caption, too!

So do your part. Get your shot and help get Canada building at full steam again!!

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