CUSTOMERS at an off-licence in Huddersfield will be waving more than their cash at the sales assistants - they'll be encouraged to wave European flags too.
Staff at the Booze Buster store in Church Lane, Newsome, will be holding flag-making sessions to tie in with the Euro 2004 football tournament in Portugal.
It is part of the company's commitment to Learning at Work Day tomorrow.
The staff will be learning about the flags of Europe by making the flags of the various nations taking part in Euro 2004 and they have invited customers to join them throughout the day to take part in the sessions.
Organised by national learning charity the Campaign for Learning, National Learning at Work Day aims to encourage employers, employees and trade unions to work together to put on workplace activities that will get more people involved in learning.
Tricia Hartley, Northern Regional Director for the Campaign for Learning, said: "Learning at Work Day gives employees the opportunity to look beyond their usual routine and learn new skills which will help them at work and in their home life.
"Learning new skills is a great way to help improve productivity and morale."