With the weather for the weekend warming up, we are here to remind you to ground yourself and destress by getting outside. We are all cooped up in our homes right now, and that can take a toll on both our mental and physical health. There still may be a lot we aren't allowed to do, but luckily going outside isn't one of them. Getting outdoors for a quick midday lunch walk, or spending time over the weekend biking, hiking, or playing games with the family in the yard are all great ways to refresh and reset. Just remember to continue to socially distance during your activities, and we can all find some relaxation outside.
Everyone at Imagine Wireless acknowledges that this time is a difficult one for all. We believe that these trying times require lending a helping hand (socially distanced that is), by ensuring we find ways to protect our mental and general health, and sharing uplifting messages. We have decided to fill our feed with positive notes and tips to help us all get through this new normal, together.
Stay tuned, and be sure to share and pass on the positivity!
Are your empty bottles piled up and laying around? Hesitant to go to the bottle depot during this time?
Imagine Wireless has always believed in community involvement and giving back; part of this includes our commitment to The Ride to Conquer Cancer. While they will be postponing the physical ride of 2020, we feel it's still essential to continue our fundraising for this great cause. This is where you can get involved. We have partnered with SkipTheDepot, creating a fundraising account that allows you to donate the funds from your empty bottles.
If you are looking for a convenient way to rid of those empties, while also contributing to a great cause, please consider using SkipTheDepot and our donation link.
At Imagine Wireless, we believe that staying connected with our loved ones is more important than ever. To help ensure as many people have this opportunity as possible, we have donated 4 iPhones to the Brenda Strafford Foundation, with Rogers covering services for 6 months.
The Brenda Strafford Foundation is an innovative force, providing person-centred care and services to optimize well-being and enrich people's lives. During these difficult times, their focus is on health and safety, social engagement/connecting families, maintaining high-quality care and services.
We are honoured to help such an amazing organization and assist in keep families connected during these times.
Beginning Monday, May 11th we will gradually be opening our retail locations. With your interest at the forefront, we have taken steps to ensure the safety of our customers and staff remains our top priority. All locations will have the modified Hours of Operation between 10 am - 6 pm with the first hour (10 am - 11 am) dedicated to healthcare workers and vulnerable groups. Our mall locations including Bow Valley Square and Banff will remain closed for the time being. Stay tuned for more information and updates as we begin this next phase.