Thank You.

A message to our valued residents.

These past few months have affected the lives of people around the globe. Our points of reference changed overnight. We were forced to instantly modify our habits and discover a new norm for work, school, and living.

We learned social distancing and developed new home/work routines. We are repeatedly washing our hands, and people wear masks to protect themselves, family members and strangers.

But through this collective experience, we are discovering a new strength, the strength of community values which are shining through in beautiful ways.

We want to acknowledge how extraordinary these times are for you and your loved ones. We believe solidarity will help us get through this together. In these moments of uncertainty, there is one thing you can always count on—our commitment to you and your safety.

We wish to thank you for protecting each other and our communities.

We are in this together and we will get through this together.

TRANSCRIPT FOR GWL REALTY ADVISORS RESIDENTIAL THANK YOU VIDEO

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Video begins with GWL Realty Advisors Residential logo panning in on a moving cloud background. The word THANK YOU pans in

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Camera does a close up on a middle-aged man putting on a surgical mask, he is wearing hospital scrubs and blue rubber gloves. Caption reads – To those who keep us safe

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Camera cuts to woman standing in a farm field, holding a large wooden crate of vegetables, only her body is visible and she is wearing a blue plaid shirt and jeans. The caption reads – To those who keep us fed.   

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Camera pans onto the side of a black and white police car. The caption reads – For those who keep us protected.

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Video goes back to the moving cloud background from the beginning of the video. Two arrows enter, one from the top and one comes in from the bottom, and the caption reads: THANK YOU.

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Camera cuts to father and toddler girl sitting in front of a white couch on the carpet. The little girl is looking at a book and the father is reading it to her. The caption reads – To our valued residents.

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Camera cuts to a busy street with a blue A-fram sign o the sidewalk that reads: Stop the spread, 2 metres distance, keep two metres between you and anyone you see. The caption reads – Who are practising social distancing.

 

 

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Camera cuts to a man (you only see his hands) washing their hands in the sink with soap. The caption reads – who are protecting themselves and others by taking extra precautions.

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Camera cuts to black haired woman sitting on a light-coloured couch. She is sneezing into a handkerchief obviously ill. She has a white laptop on her lap. The caption reads – Who are staying home when they feel ill.

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Video goes back to the moving cloud background from the beginning of the video. Two arrows enter, one from the top and one comes in from the bottom, and the caption reads: THANK YOU to our amazing team.

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Camera cuts to a person wearing PPE cover and black rubber gloves. You only see their arms. They are cleaning the handle of a door with a spray bottle and a cloth.  Caption reads – Who are increasing sanitation in all high traffic areas.

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Camera cuts to shower head that is on. Caption reads – who continue to conduct maintenance in resident suites.

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Camera cuts to a woman’s hands typing on a computer keyboard. Caption reads – who are keeping our residents informed and our operations running.

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Camera cuts to a hospital worker in full blue PPE gown, with a surgical mask and protective glasses. They are holding up a sign that says Covid-19. The person proceeds to rip the paper in half. Caption reads – We are in this together and we will beat this..together.

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Fades into the GWL Realty Advisors Residential logo in white, placed on a moving clouds background. Caption reads – Question? Send us an email at contactus@gwlra.com.

Music fades out