A Georgia sign company and a state senator have partnered to place signs outside of healthcare facilities, police departments and fire departments in metro Atlanta praising the work of the healthcare workers we are all depending on during the coronavirus pandemic.
State Sen. John Albers in partnership with SpeedPro Imaging in Norcross, has distributed signs to be placed outside of healthcare facilities and offices of first responders and local governments to recognize these workers for keeping Georgians safe during the COVID-19 crisis.
“We started with WellStar North Fulton Hospital, then travelled to visit Roswell Police and Fire, before heading to Mountain Park and Woodstock. Soon, we will coming to Johns Creek, Milton and Sandy Springs to spread our message of gratitude,” Albers said. “The ‘Heroes Work Here’ signs are helping boost morale and keep the positive vibes going! I cannot thank these workers enough for all they are doing to keep our communities safe and healthy during this time.”
The “Heroes Work Here” signs recognize the first responders, healthcare workers, and other essential employees that continue to operate during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Albers said he plans to continue distributing signs to facilities throughout Senate District 56.
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