These are two days of the year about which the calendar does not need to remind anyone, because the words Grandma and Grandpa bring back the greatest memories of childhood. Remembering those we love, the Olivia Business Centre has prepared a meeting that was meant to be both a surprise and an unusual thank you.
“Thinking about Grandmas and Grandpas warms the hearts of many of us. We decided to thank our loved ones with a meeting Oliwa District from a Bird’s Eye View for Grandma’s and Grandpa’s Day, which turned out to be a fantastic opportunity for people of different generations to spend time together,” says Dagmara Rybicka, Communication Manager in Olivia.
This important day began at O4 Coworking with a cup of aromatic coffee, delicious cakes and a lecture about Oliwa.
“The event plan was prepared so that our Residents had a chance to spend their whole day, afternoon or lunch break in Olivia with their Grandparents and Parents. They could have stayed with them starting with the ‘green lecture’ or entered the 32nd floor for half an hour just to resume their activities a moment later. After entering Olivia Star TOP, they could also stay in a restaurant and eat something delicious with their Guests,” says Magdalena Piskorska, Event Manager from the Olivia Communication Team, the organiser of the event.
Łukasz Darski, a guide to Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot, who is also a resident of Oliwa District, told a wide audience unusual stories about green and recreational areas. The stories of Mr Łukasz brought many memories back to seniors. You could have heard about places that probably many young people have missed. It turned out that very important elements of the district are Oliwa viewpoints and squares equipped with open-air gyms. Seniors recommended their favourite meeting places, encouraging grandchildren to an active and creative lifestyle, in which relationships between people are the most important.
Special guests of the meeting Oliwa District from a Bird’s Eye View was the couple – Mrs Czesława and Mr Henryk – in which the Tri-City community recognised the characters of the video about Olivia Star TOP published in social media. They were the first visitors to the observation deck on the 32nd floor of the tallest building in Pomerania.
The culmination of the celebration was a common visit to one of Olivia’s top floors. We admired the panorama of Gdańsk and listened to the guide’s commentary.
“It’s really an amazing time, full of positive energy, warm words and wonderful memories,” says Magdalena Piskorska, “Once again, we invited Seniors to Oliwia, because it is a place for them, a place that is to bring together generations, experiences and passions. We invite here everyone who is curious about us, the world, and who simply feels close to Gdańsk.”
“Smiles on the faces of Grandmas and Grandpas and questions whether Oliwa District from a Bird’s Eye View will become a tradition of the business centre confirmed that the surprise was successful,” sums up Dagmara Rybicka.
THANK YOU FOR THIS WONDERFUL MEETING!
photo: Maciej Roszkowski, We Love Photo