Castlegar Tim Horton’s staff have created a dance video to support everyone during the COVID-19 crisis

Castlegar Tim Hortons staff create dance video to help support everyone during COVID-19 crisis

The video online has already been viewed over 2,500 times

Tim Hortons staff in Castlegar have shown off their dance moves to help provide positive energy for everyone during the COVID-19 crisis.

An online Facebook video shows five of the staff impressively dancing in-sync to Bugsy Malone’s song You give a Little Love.

As the staff members twist and turn to the beat, they put all of their hands together in a heart-shaped form to help bring the song to life.

READ MORE: Chris and Kathy Sykes hand over Castlegar Tim Horton’s to new owners

Near the end of the video, staff members wave their hands together in a 360 degree motion to show that no one should be feeling alone during these difficult times.

The video has become a viral sensation. In total, the video has received over 2,500 views, 137 shares and 32 comments on Facebook.

“You guys rock”, said Castlegar resident Tara Mathers on the video.

“Amazing! I love it Team Castlegar” said Jillian Dhaliwal.

“I love it! Good job guys! How many times did you practice this before you got the video?,” said Keahna Sekel.

Tim Hortons employee Angelo Caraos posted the video on Facebook.


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