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Crocs wants to thank Medical Workers for their hard work during this pandemic by giving away 10,000 FREE Pairs of Crocs per day!

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You'll need to verify you're a medical worker to request this. If you can't get one today, try back tomorrow at 12PM ET.
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Who the hell has time to wait for these when you're on the front line? Not that I wanted a pair anyways, but just got my first break from processing covid samples all day. The real front line people are too busy to wait right now
My exact thoughts while I glanced at the clock. Thankfully a day off does eventually happen, but I had hoped for a bit more of an explanation from Crocs beyond that of waiting for a magical form to suddenly appear.

Even something as simple as some sort of alarm sounding once you're next in line so that you're at least able to do other things you're already so very behind on.

Not complaining, but someone didn't really think about time constraints we constantly battle.

Congrats to all who made it through in a timely fashion. 😁
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My exact thoughts while I glanced at the clock. Thankfully a day off does eventually happen, but I had hoped for a bit more of an explanation from Crocs beyond that of waiting for a magical form to suddenly appear.

Even something as simple as some sort of alarm sounding once you're next in line so that you're at least able to do other things you're already so very behind on.

Not complaining, but someone didn't really think about time constraints we constantly battle.

Congrats to all who made it through in a timely fashion. 😁
This. It's my "day off." (Though I still called in to an hour long daily covid briefing from home so I'm not completely unaware when I go back this weekend.)

I opened it and set my phone screen to not turn off. Then I went and got my kids lunch, got them down for naps, and started a load of laundry. When I came back it had loaded... no idea how long it had been up for, but it let me submit. 🤷🏼 ♀️
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Dangit I missed out
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Anyone know of any companies giving out PPE? 😭
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Lol "clinician" yah florence nightingale. I think you dont understand my point. Please take the time to reread what I'm referring to. I can go on and talk about my experiences working retail, sales, and working at McDonald's. It's another thing to complain about how people owe me something cuz I did my job. And as for someone who's referring themselves as a "clinician" I'd love to hear your story. I have yet to tell someone I'm a "clinician" I think nurse would suffice. Point being those who work in the medical field are under appreciated, which most will do what they need to do and not feel that anyone owes them anything. It's nice to see this type of change in which all health care workers not just nurses or providers, recieve acknowledgement for what they do. So when you great your patients you refer to yourself as "clinican?" If you dont mind I'd love my soap box back.
No, I refer to myself as doctor when I greet patients. I used the term 'clinician' so you could understand I am a professional in a health care facility, as I didn't find it necessary to state my title. I'm an Internist if it makes it any more relevant to you.
All I'm saying is your post seemed rather demening (i.e. complaining about tips) to the fine people in the service industry, of whom many are struggling day-to-day and especially during this period with closures. The US has an archiac system, with its roots in slavery, which forces people today, in 2020, to rely on said tips.
Now is a time ALL come together, not slight any particular group.
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Not to sound like an ass... but man this is the first time they ever offered things like this.... normally we get 1 week for nurses week. It would be nice if they would add all healthcare professionals to those discounts like military, firefighters, police officers...... I cant tell you how many times I've seen healthcare professions get injure their back trying to change a family member... they sit there and talk to them and listen to their lives... working 12 hour shifts...being exposed to cdiff... bathing... cleaning... you name it. And sadly enough these professionals dont get tips and they have no business giving a lower standard of care just cuz a family member chews them out for a simple job they wouldn't even do themselves because "I dont wipe @ss". So next time your working your job and your complaining about not getting tips... you need to realize other people work their assess off and dont complain about tips. And if you think nurses get paid alot and should worry about it.... how about you go to school for 4 years, rack up student loans, do clinical rotations (work for free) , then take a board exam. And work again to get into bedside care and deal with families who take their frustration out on you while being yelled at and educated flying people who's primary resource us google. Thank goodness all healthcare workers are finally seeing something positive.... all it took was a pandemic to get people to start recognizing this.
Other than an epic exercise in virtue signaling, what's your point?
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really ,thanks
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No, I refer to myself as doctor when I greet patients. I used the term 'clinician' so you could understand I am a professional in a health care facility, as I didn't find it necessary to state my title. I'm an Internist if it makes it any more relevant to you.
All I'm saying is your post seemed rather demening (i.e. complaining about tips) to the fine people in the service industry, of whom many are struggling day-to-day and especially during this period with closures. The US has an archiac system, with its roots in slavery, which forces people today, in 2020, to rely on said tips.
Now is a time ALL come together, not slight any particular group.
Thank you for that, that was fantastic Smilie
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I'm in line on the website, hope I get a pair!
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I'm in line on the website, hope I get a pair!
Same here. G'luck!
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Same here. G'luck!
Still waiting. Over 300k in line lol
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this is one of the worse promotions i have seen. They are forcing people to "wait in line" to sign up for something. It seems like purposely slowing things down to make sure they don't give as much. who would wait over 1 hour to signup for something. Most people will wait like 10 to 15 mins and then drop off.
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I'm in line also on behalf of my wife who is currently fighting covid-19 in an ER in Phili. Fortunately, I work at a computer so I can just leave the window open, but I agree, this "waiting in line" is absolutely stupid. Literally, every other limited number promotion I've ever tried to enter had no issue accepting x number of requests until they ran out, not wasting 300k+ people's time. I wonder how long it takes for a request form to time out before it goes onto the next person?

For those in line, how much of your black bar is orange? Mine is just a small section of orange on the left hand side so I was thinking I'd be up within the first hour. Looks like I was wrong about that!
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