During this time of crisis, King County Metro is calling on Seattleites to submit short videos of thanks to their frontline support staff.
Unlike most residents of Seattle who are able to telecommute, the operators, mechanics, and custodial teams working on King County Metro lines have been leaving their houses daily, risking their lives to ensure that medical care workers make it work and that residents can make it out to buy groceries.
In order to thank them in a big way, King County Metro is calling on Seattleites to create a virtual thank-you card.
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If you’d like to participate in the thank you card, film yourself horizontally, for 45 seconds or less. Make sure that your video expresses your thanks to the frontline employees during the public health crisis.
Videos must be submitted by the morning of April 2, and can be shared and tagged with @kcmetrobus, sent in a private message, or via text to 206-641-6856.
We’re putting something together, and we need your help!
📽️ Record a short video expressing thanks to Metro’s frontline employees, it could be featured in an upcoming collaboration!
📩 Share on social, send via DM, or text to 206-641-6856
⏲️ Send soon, by morning of April 2nd pic.twitter.com/xBx1sTZVHl
— King County Metro 🚏 🚌🚎⛴🚐 (@kcmetrobus) March 31, 2020