We will recruit approximately 3350 African-American or Caucasian adult males with a high-school diploma or less. A pilot study, which ran during the 2019-20 flu season, recruited approximately 850 subjects, and a planned scale-up will recruit an additional 2500 subjects during the 2020-21 flu season. We will oversample African American individuals, emphasizing low-income and minority men because these characteristics are correlated with lower relative take-up of flu vaccination. After informed consent is obtained, subjects will be asked about sociodemographic information (age, education, income and marital status), healthcare experience and past medical history, knowledge and beliefs about flu vaccination, and location of the nearest pharmacy. We will then randomly assign the adult male subjects to videos which contain one of Black or white actors playing the role of either a doctor or a layperson as well as different scripts. The content of the infomercial will be the safety and effectiveness of adult seasonal flu vaccination. After the video, we will obtain information on beliefs regarding vaccination, feedback on the video, attention to the video and willingness-to-pay for a flu shot coupon. We will track coupon redemption, which is redeemable at most pharmacies nationwide.