Quebecers Can Get A Free Replica Of Joe Jonas' Hand But Don't Tell Us What You Do With It

Expedia wants to give travellers a "helping hand."
Quebecers Can Get A Free Replica Of Joe Jonas' Hand But Don't Tell Us What You Do With It

Expedia Canada is giving away 150 3D-printed replicas of Joe Jonas' hand as a symbolic gesture of its new Helping Hand initiative, which aims to let Canadian travellers know that no matter where they are, Expedia (and Joe Jonas) have their backs. 

Every hand has been created with a 3D printer, individually painted with custom artwork, hand-numbered and then signed by Jonas.

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The travel service company simultaneously launched its Travel Companion Report. It found that 61% of Quebec adults felt stressed about booking international travel.

Thirty-two percent of Quebecers said they have been so overwhelmed by planning their next trip that they postponed a visit at least three times and estimate it will take more than nine hours to plan a trip.

"Expedia and Joe Jonas are teaming up to give travelers a real hand to help reduce their stress when they are ready and able to travel again," reads a May 4 announcement by Expedia.

Quebecers and Canadians who want to sign up for the chance to win a Joe Jonas hand replica at no cost must be 18 or older and can do so on Expedia's contest page.

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