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Up For a ‘Dry January’ Challenge? Here’s How to Win $1,000 If You Complete This Game!

Dry January
NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JANUARY 20: People enjoy non-alcoholic beverages at Hekate Cafe and Elixer Lounge on January 20, 2023 in New York City. Alcohol-free bars, dance parties and “sober curious” events in New York City are experiencing an uptick in popularity with people drinking less and looking for alternative solutions to enjoying nightlife not centered around alcohol. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)

Tens of thousands of individuals participate in the “Dry January” sober challenge to start off the new year each year. 

As implied by the name, “Dry January” entails abstaining from alcohol for 31 days in the month of January. 

Fox News said the movement is a component of a public health initiative that has been carried out in both American and European nations.

Dry January: TranQuini to Give Away $1,000 For Successful Participants

An organization that distributes non-alcoholic wellness drinks called TranQuini is now giving away $1,000 to a lucky participant who would forgo alcohol for 31 days and write about their experience.

To join and win this game, the participants should submit the entry form by January 31, 2023.

CNBC said the following are the only prerequisites for taking on the challenge: 

  • You must be at least 21 years old. 
  • You must be an American citizen. 
  • Drinking alcohol is prohibited for 31 days (whole month of January).

It’s necessary to finish the online survey about your experience. For the survey, TranQuini is asking for specifics on how you felt throughout the encounter and how you resisted drinking when tempted. 

They’re also curious about what you chose to drink in place of booze and which mocktail recipe you liked best while on the “sober curious” adventure.

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Benefits of the Challenge

It comes as no surprise that businesses are engaging in more study to determine the effects quitting alcohol can have on your lifestyle given how many people are paying closer attention to how sobriety can improve relationships and favorably affect general health. 

Morning Consult survey of 2,085 persons in the United States over the age of 21 found that 1 in 5 Americans stated they intended to participate in Dry January in 2022, a 13% rise from the previous year. Additionally, #dryjanuary has over 173 million views on TikTok and is trending.

Washington Post, citing several studies, said those who take part in Dry January and other sobriety challenges frequently reap long-term rewards. 

Frequently, people gradually cut back on their alcohol consumption and adopt other long-lasting adjustments that dramatically impact their health and quality of life.


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