Hawke's launches Hawaii holiday competition
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Having completed just one week in the marketing department of Hawke’s Brewing Co., street artist, Scottie Marsh, has booked a holiday in Hawaii, right on the cusp of the beer company’s busiest time of the year.
Marsh, who was recently appointed as Head of Cultural Insights, has told Hawke’s management that escaping to Hawaii at a time when the business needs him most, is totally on brand.
Says Marsh, “It’s been a crazy five days at Hawke’s and to be honest, I’m feeling a bit burnt out. There’s nothing more Scottie from Marketing than taking some time off at the worst possible time, so I’m off to Waikiki for a week. How good is Hawaii!”
Hawke’s co-founder, David Gibson, has given his full support to Marsh.
Says Gibson, “Scottie has painted some incredible murals with us over the past few years. With most of these projects taking about 5 days, we expected he’d need a holiday after his first week. We hope he gets the downtime he needs and comes back refreshed and ready to rip in for another full week.”
Marsh’s latest work for Hawke’s is a mural of a freshly-jabbed Bob Hawke, holding a schooner glass that fills up in line with vaccination rates. The mural was commissioned to help drive the urgency of vaccinations off the back of targets set by the government during lockdown. The initiative also helped raise money for the hospitality industry.
Scottie from Marketing flies to the Aloha State in December, with Hawke’s giving punters the chance to win a trip to Hawaii with any purchase of Hawke’s beer this summer. Click here for more info on how to enter.