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  • Stella 'Love is Blind' contest feeds need for positivity
  • Stella 'Love is Blind' contest feeds need for positivity
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Stella 'Love is Blind' contest feeds need for positivity

As coronavirus news continues to dampen spirits, people are welcoming uplifting narratives that make the best of a bad situation. To that end, Stella Artois has launched a social media contest giving people a chance to win a free wedding if they’ve gotten engaged while under COVID-19 lockdown.

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