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TS Imagine’s Pandemic Plan for COVID-19

The health and safety of our communities including our employees, clients and partners are of critical importance to us. We will continue to monitor the situation, and we are prepared to take action as needed. Please note the following: We are committed to providing a safe workplace for our employees.

TS Imagine has taken proactive steps to protect employees during the outbreak. It is the goal of TS Imagine during any such time period to strive to operate effectively, ensure that all essential services are continuously provided and that employees are safe within the workplace.

We are committed to continuing to provide you with a great client experience and with the level of service you have experienced with our partnership. If there is an interruption related to COVID-19 in our regular business procedures, we will communicate with you regarding those impacts.

We are continuing to monitor ongoing developments. We understand the concerns that uncertainty brings, and we want you to know that we are working each day to ensure we are as prepared as we can be to provide support for your needs.

We thank you for your partnership, and we wish you well.

Please see the latest communication from TS Imagine’s Chief Operating Officer (COO)/President, Steven Harrison

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