On a white screen, the UnitedHealthcare logo appears as gentle piano music plays.
ON SCREEN TEXT: UnitedHealthcare
Outside, cardboard boxes are stacked up near a crowd of people.
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In matching polo shirts, Sarah Breseman and Julius Tobin speak to the camera. Behind them, volunteers assemble bicycles.
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JULIUS: We're with OnBikes. We are a nonprofit out of Tampa, Florida, and we provide bikes to at-risk and foster kids.
Julius and another volunteer address the crowd.
Volunteers in matching T-shirts gather around folding tables.
GREG: They're affiliating in this program with us.
Greg Reidy speaks to the camera.
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GREG: We're the sponsor, and then we've got a partner in the Boys & Girls Club, and that's marrying kids up to their first bicycles, so it's really three organizations coming together and serving the community.
A volunteer holds a colorful front panel up to bike handlebars.
Another volunteer unpacks a bike saddle and seat post from a cardboard box.
JULIUS: We've partnered with UnitedHealthcare. As you can see, we're putting together 50 bikes for the Boys & Girls Club.
Working at the folding tables, volunteers assemble bikes. A woman adjusts a training wheel on a neon green bike. Another volunteer pushes a saddle into the frame of a bike. Two volunteers hold a bike steady as a man attaches a front panel to the handlebars.
A man lifts an almost complete bike onto a table. Volunteers tighten screws.
JULIUS: They've invited their employees. They're all shapes and sizes, and we're just doing this awesome teambuilding exercise with them.
Sarah speaks to the camera.
SARAH: We do this because we like to put as many bikes in the hands of at-risk kids as possible, and we're grateful for partners like UnitedHealthcare that let us carry out that mission.
A bike's wheel spins as a man makes an adjustment. A volunteer closely examines a training wheel.
A volunteer in a UnitedHealthcare T-shirt holds a bike steady on a table. Nearby, a man tests out a neon green bike with training wheels.
SARAH: Everybody remembers the day they got their first bike, and we like to create that moment for as many kids as possible in our community.
Greg speaks to a group of children.
GREG: We're here today, partnering with OnBikes, the Hillsborough County Sheriffs, as well as the Boys & Girls Club.
50 completed bikes, upside down with wheels in the air, are arranged in three lines under a UnitedHealthcare banner.
Children sit on the ground and listen to Greg speak.
Greg continues speaking to the camera. He gestures to the lines of bikes behind him.
GREG: We've got 50 children coming to get their first bike. It's gonna be awesome. They're gonna come in here.
The view travels over the rows of brand-new bikes.
GREG: They're gonna see these bikes that we've built for them as a team earlier this morning, and each one will leave here with their first bicycle.
A bike's wheel slowly spins. A volunteer speaks to the group of children, who raise their hands. Nearby, sheriff's deputies smile as they observe.
GREG: There's been 3,500 bikes donated by the organization locally.
Sheriff's deputies address the group of children. One deputy holds up a bike helmet.
GREG: The deputies are here, an important part where safety becomes priority, where they can explain to the kids that you should always wear a helmet and also follow the right rules of the road.
Children hop on the brand-new bikes. A girl smiles as she grips her bike's handlebars. Volunteers hand each child a bike helmet.
The children wheel their bikes in a single-file line to receive their helmets.
GREG: Awesome, the celebration of the 3,500 bikes that OnBikes has delivered to the community, and United's proud to be part of it.
A deputy sets a bike helmet bearing a UnitedHealthcare logo on a boy's head. A volunteer gives another boy a helmet. A girl zooms by on a purple bike.
Wearing helmets, all the children line up on their new bikes.
ALL: Boys & Girls Club!
A boy rides a bike. As gentle piano music plays, the children wheel away their new bikes.
On a white screen, the UnitedHealthcare logo appears.
ON SCREEN TEXT: UnitedHealthcare