You may have heard the big news….
We released our first statewide TV ad this week!
Like Governor Holcomb says in the ad, Hoosiers have shown amazing resiliency and strength of spirit over the last couple of months. We’ve cared for our neighbors, stepped up to meet challenges head-on, and showed the world what it truly means to be a Hoosier.
“We’re a strong, resilient group of Hoosiers. There’s no challenge we can’t overcome when we come together. It has been a real proud moment to see people come out of the woodwork and pitch in to help. Nothing is stronger than the bond we have for our neighbors and our community…it just makes you proud to be a Hoosier.” – Governor Eric Holcomb
This first ad highlighted so many ways that our fellow Hoosiers have come together for our communities and neighbors, and we picked a few of our favorites for this week’s One Indiana.
- Working as a team – Hoosiers have stepped up and worked together to keep businesses open, slow the spread, and produce PPE. We couldn’t be more impressed by the teamwork we’ve seen in every corner of our state.
- Wearing masks – It’s been amazing to watch Hoosiers make personal sacrifices to keep their family and neighbors safe. Wearing masks is simple, but incredibly important to slowing the spread of COVID-19.
- Relying on our faith, family, and friends – In times of struggle, we remember what gives us strength. We’ve all relied on these core Hoosiers values over the past several months, and they’ve come through for us in a big way.
- Helping our neighbors – We’ve really seen new meaning come to the phrase “we don’t know a stranger in times of trouble.”
- Making masks – Whether it’s a local business or a local sewing group, Hoosiers have stepped up to make the masks keeping our communities safe, and we couldn’t be more thankful.
- Bonding over common experience and emotions – We’re stronger than COVID-19, and we’ve proved it. Our shared experience and emotions are going to help us push through this adversity and come out the other side stronger than ever.
Thank you for reading. This is a message about all Hoosiers, for all Hoosiers — so will you help us make sure all Hoosiers see it?