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Company offers $10,000 to 'give up frosé for the summer'

By Ben Hooper
Company offers $10,000 to 'give up frosé for the summer'
Cocktail company Cape Line is offering to pay someone $10,000 to pledge to replace their homemade "frosé" cocktails with the company's canned cocktails for the summer. Photo courtesy of Cape Line Sparkling Cocktails

June 21 (UPI) -- An alcoholic beverage brand is offering a $10,000 paycheck for a seemingly simple summer job: giving up homemade "frosé" cocktails for the summer.

Cape Line Sparking Cocktails said it will pay $10,000 to a selected person who pledges to forgo "frosé" -- a beverage made by freezing rosé wine -- and instead drink their canned cocktails, which can be put in the freezer to create an easy frosé alternative.

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Applications are being accepted through June 28 at the contest email, nowayfrose@capeline.com. The email should feature 100 words on living a "best summer" without frosé along with a photo of the applicant's ideal summer.

The cocktail company's posting is the latest "dream job" offering from a brand seeking summer exposure. Reynolds Wrap previously announced the return of its "Chief Grilling Officer" position, which will pay someone $10,000 to travel the country eating barbecue, and Hotels.com is seeking a "poolhop" to make the same amount visiting hotel pools across the country and reviewing them.

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