A Q&A with gitamini owner Ella McRae, Community Builder and Mindfulness Facilitator, living the local life in Seattle, WA.
Neighborhood: Yesler/First Hill, Washington
Robot: gitamini in spark citron
Longest gitamini trip: 2 hours
Hours logged with gitamini: 24 hours
Favorite place to bring gitamini: local COVID-19 pop-up vaccination clinics
Times per week using gitamini: 1-2 times a week, depending on the Seattle weather
Nickname for gitamini: Buttercup, Triple G
The rich history of the area and walkability to so many cool neighborhoods—Downtown, Broadway, Cap Hill, International District, sports stadiums, and the light rail are all a short distance away.
…yes, like a true Seattle native, I love coffee :)
The lights over the wheels.
I like the sound gitamini makes when I turn it on.
It has helped at the vaccination clinics by distracting the youth receiving their vaccines, and it brings smiles to community members’ faces when I bring it to events.
A bag of groceries.
They think gitamini is hilarious!
People would shop more locally, get to know their neighbors, and be more invested in the neighborhood they live in. Not to mention decreasing our carbon footprint.
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