Blue Moon is Encouraging Canadians to Unplug on March 3
Did you know that only 1 in 10 Canadians report being truly happy? Canada has even slipped 10 sports on the World Happiness Report since 2010.
An overly connected and always-on Canadian population often forgets to leave room for the important bright spots that contribute to our happiness: like putting down your phone and spending time with friends and family IRL.
That’s why Blue Moon is creating the first ever coaster for your phone, inviting Canadians to disconnect from tech and reconnect with friends by going on #MoonMode for National Day of Unplugging on March 3. According to a recent survey conducted by Blue Moon, 55% of 19-34 year olds find it hard to stay off their phone when in a social setting.
The exclusive #MoonMode coasters are available for purchase at bluemooncanada.ca/moonmode while quantities last. For those who miss the chance to purchase, Blue Moon encourages setting phones to DND or silencing notifications to join Blue Moon in going #MoonMode on March 3rd!
After all, Canadians could all use a little more brightness in their lives – and a little less brightness on their screens.