Edinburgh-based One Year No Beer encourages people to address relationship with alcohol with discounted programme offer

With recent data showing that millions of people are turning to alcohol to help them cope with the pandemic, a bid has been made by One Year No Beer (OYNB) to support those in need and encourage them to kick start their ‘New Year Now’ - the online tool kit for surviving modern alcohol-free society.

Friday, 20th November 2020, 4:45 pm
In a bid to support those in need and encourage them to kick start their ’New Year Now’, the One Year No Beer online toolkit for surviving modern alcohol-free society is available to purchase at 25% discount.

OYNB will be offering a blanket discount of 25 per cent across all of their products for this year’s Cyber Week.

Ruari Fairbairns, co-Founder and CEO of Edinburgh-based OYNB said: "It's absolutely devastating to read these recent reports confirming the number of people drinking at 'high risk' levels has doubled to almost 8.5 million since February.

“By offering a huge discount on our products at the end of this month, we really hope that it will encourage people to invest in themselves and turn things around now so that they can move into the new year feeling happier and stronger both physically and mentally.”

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People interested in addressing their relationship with alcohol will be able to bag themselves discounts on all of the OYNB Challenges which are designed to cover 28, 90 and 365 days.

They will also be able to purchase discounted Alcohol Free Me bundles as well as Accelerator calls and the OYNB Mastermind aimed specifically at anyone who has been alcohol free for 90 days or more.

Mr Fairbairns added: “Many people are already aware of the fact that they drink too much, but it’s more important than ever for them to address this and work towards going into the new year in a positive mindset.

“For those who want to delay this a little, for whatever reason, we are also offering people the opportunity to delay the start date of their challenges to January 1.”

OYNB has recently launched their New Year Now campaign which aims to support people towards making positive lifestyle choices now, rather than waiting for key milestone dates like Dry January or the start of 2021 to kickstart their path to recovery.

The mission behind the campaign is to encourage people to acknowledge the impact that Covid-19 has had on their drinking behaviour and support them in committing to a longer alcohol-free streak than just one month.

To find out more or purchase the products visit the OYNB website.

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