Thinly veiled attempt this year to make it harder to get COH rate. I did the drink water challenge. Waste of time but had to jump through hoop to get the lower rate.
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They did the challenge because they wanted to eliminate anything that required person to person contact due to covid. (i.e. health screening)
As much as I preferred to have a free health screening on campus, I have to agree this is much easier than even doing that. There is on challenge in the site that you just have to log that you did 15 good deeds during a weeks time. You can log up to 10 a day.. so as long as you can remember to open up the website and type the number 10 two days during the week, you are golden.
Hey - the marathon was cancelled.
So nobody made the COH discount.
Don't feel bad.
As much as I’d like to blame XOM for this, I’m sure it has more to with the insurance company.
How is this thinly veiled? The challenge replaces going and getting your numbers through MOH. This is litterally easier as you can do it through your computer.