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Silver Linings: HOU Agent delivers food to children

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Cover photo: Houston Hobby Airport Lead Agent John Laboy with a trunk full of meals to deliver to children in need. As a result of school closures, restaurants closing their dining rooms and grocery stores operating with limited inventory, there has been a sudden decline of available meals for low-income households. Thankfully non-profit organizations and… Read more »

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Silver Linings: All across Envoy, people are pitching in and making masks

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Cover photo: Envoy Safety Analyst Myrna Fletcher makes masks in her home studio. People around the world are joining the effort to flatten the curve in droves. With protective face masks being a relatively quick sewing project, those who know their way around a sewing machine are mobilizing to make all kinds of facial coverings for their communities. All across… Read more »

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Silver Linings: Hearts for Hope in MQT

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Through this coronavirus crisis, how we have learned to be “in this together” while we’re physically apart is one of the strangest aspects of how we’re coping from day to day. We’re using video-telecommunication more than ever, interacting even more than usual on social media and shouting from our windows in solidarity with the rest of… Read more »

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Silver Linings: MIA Lead Agent sends some care

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James McKnight works in busy Miami International Airport (MIA) as an Envoy Customer Services Lead Agent, and every day he sees thousands and thousands of people. In such a fast-moving environment, it’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of so many people coming and going. However, James, who has worked for Envoy… Read more »

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