Queue jump with a condom!
Ministry of Sound are behind a brand new campaign that’s designed to make clubbers in the capital more aware of sexual health risks by giving out free queue jump to anyone carrying a condom.
The London club gave punters the VIP treatment last weekend on Saturday 12th December, allowing them to jump the queue when they produced a condom at the door.
The promotion coincided with the finale of DJ Pete Tong’s 2009 Wonderland residency.
The Queue Jump with a Condom promotion came as a frontline promotion in the new – Contraception. Worth Talking About – campaign which is designed to increase young people’s awareness of the different types of contraception available to them.
Over 100 Queue Jump with a Condom promotions have taken place in the UK in the last two years, encouraging thousands of adults to carry condoms as part of their normal routine, helping to protect against the spread of STIs.
Natasha Palmer from Ministry of Sound, said: “Carrying a condom on a night out is not only the best way to play it safe – it now comes with the added benefit of avoiding the crowds for what promises to be one of the busiest and best nights at Ministry of Sound all year. We hope to see lots of party goers queue-jumping with a condom this weekend.”
For straightforward information and advice to make it easier to discuss everything to do with sexual health visit: www.nhs.uk/worthtalkingabout