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Clark County businesses finding clever ways to encourage vaccinations

By Anthony Macuk, Columbian business reporter
Published: April 26, 2021, 6:04am
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Vancouver residents Josh Golliday, left, and his sister Katherine Golliday take jello shots at Vault 31 Bar in Vancouver. Vault 31 is giving away free jello shots to guests who can prove they have received a COVID-19 vaccination. A vaccination card or a selfie of getting vaccinated both serve as proof.
Vancouver residents Josh Golliday, left, and his sister Katherine Golliday take jello shots at Vault 31 Bar in Vancouver. Vault 31 is giving away free jello shots to guests who can prove they have received a COVID-19 vaccination. A vaccination card or a selfie of getting vaccinated both serve as proof. (Joshua Hart/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Donut chain Krispy Kreme grabbed headlines across America last month when it announced that customers could receive a free doughnut a day just by vising a store with proof that they’d received a COVID-19 vaccination.

A smattering of other businesses have announced similar vaccine promotional deals, and the customer-facing efforts have emerged alongside a wave of business policies intended to encourage employee vaccination.

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