(ffm) With the striking campaign "Thank you for being here!", VGF would like to thank all those who, with their commitment and dedication, are keeping our social life going during these difficult weeks - no matter where they are, no matter what their work is.
Special thanks go to the employees of our own company: "home office" is not possible in the workshops, in the operations control centre, in the security service or in the driver's cabs, but nevertheless everything is done there to ensure the operation of underground and tram services - as extensively as possible and for as long as possible. Because public transport is not only an indispensable part of our modern life, it is also a piece of normality in anything but normal times.
Many people need underground and tramways to get to their places of work, and quite a few of these places of work and the activities carried out there are indispensable - for example in the care and medical sector, in all other areas of public services, from electricity, gas and water supply to waste collection, but also in retail trade.
The employees, in turn, who work in various departments of VGF, ensure the mobility that characterises our society and is at the same time indispensable to it, even under their own strain. With the "Thank you for being here" campaign, the company would like to publicly express its thanks, respect and appreciation to them. It will be published in two stages. First digitally and via the social media channels of VGF: on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. VGF has created a hashtag for this: #frankfurtbrauchteuch
You can find a blog post with background information on the action at https://blog.vgf-ffm.de/danke-dass-ihr-da-seid/
As I said, thanks to the staff of the VGF. However, colleagues in other companies, firms and institutions may and should also feel addressed: "Thank you for being here!"