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Deaf Community Services of San Diego: Krispy Kreme
Link to the form/donation to purchase donuts: https://grouprai.se/krispykreme5312sa
Brown-skinned African-American male wearing light green buttoned long sleeved shirt and khaki pants, with salt and pepper beard and shoulder-length dark red locs, standing in front of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts storefront with the sign visible above [“Krispy Kreme” in red text on white background, above “DOUGHNUTS” in white text on green background] on green painted paneled wall, with chairs, table, and trash can behind the male. He then signs the following transcript as he walks into the store through the door that has a glass window in it, the door is between windows. Inside, there is are tables and chairs, and there is a female walking by, and then there are different types of doughnuts visible on display, next to menu signs and cash registers.Transcript of what he says:
Hello, I’m Jesse Jones, my name sign is (displayed), I”m here at Krispy Kreme. Yes, Deaf Community Services of San Diego Board of Directors are hosting a fundraiser, in collaboration with Krispy Kreme. How does the fundraising work towards giving the money to DCS? You can order a box of dozen donuts and 50% of the profits will go to DCS. Come on inside and see what it looks like inside (he’s licking his lip and showing around the inside of Krispy Kreme).
A white deaf female wearing short sleeve buttoned denim dress, with sleek dirty blonde hair in a ponytail, wearing dangling earrings along with Apple watch on left wrist and glasses on. She is standing by a circle sign that have green background with white font saying, “Eat Krispy Kreme Donuts”. Behind her and the sign is a glass wall with outside (parking lot, bushes, trees, and store buildings) being in the background.
Transcript of what she says:
Hi! My name is Laura Preston (name sign on her left upper side below shoulder signing “LaLa”). You will see a link to sign up for donuts. The link to click on is in the in comment below. There will be steps on how to sign up. First, you will see a red button “get your dozens”. Click on that. Second, type down your name, how many dozen boxes, it can be 1, 2, 3 or more! The more, the better! Type down your email then click on red button that shows “next”. Type down your payment (credit card or atm) and when you are done, click on red button “next”. Type down your address that is the same as your billing address. When you are done, click on red button and you will see “place your order”. Go ahead and click on that. You will get two things, an email confirming your order and code to redeem. Don’t click on “redeem your code”. Hold on to the code and when you arrive to any Krispy Kreme store nearest to you, show your code to the cashier. The cashier will type in your code. It will match and the proceeds will go through to donate to DCS. How exciting and looking forward to seeing how much we raise for DCS!
Brown-skinned African-American male (Jesse) wearing light green buttoned long sleeved shirt and khaki pants, with salt and pepper beard and shoulder-length dark red locs, standing in front of a sign that has texts “The (in green text) Krispy Kreme doughnuts (logo) original glazed doughnut (in red text) with two images of identical donuts with the year of 1937 (in red text) between them, with the second donut below partially blocked by Jesse while Jesse signs the following transcript as he stands in front of that sign on yellow wall behind him with beige and tan colored tiles on lower part of wall:
So you saw Laura mentioning about clicking on “Place Your Order”, but before you click on that, you might see above where it may show your nearest location. If that nearest location isn’t really the nearest location, that’s ok, you can go to any of the locations of Krispy Kreme and show them your code, and they’ll redeem it and you can get your order(s) at your nearest Krispy Kreme location near you.
A white deaf female wearing short sleeve buttoned denim dress, with sleek dirty blonde hair in a ponytail, wearing dangling earrings along with Apple watch on left wrist and glasses on. She is standing in front of glass display filled with different type of donuts. In the background, it is a workspace with fresh donuts on many trays, boxes to be assembled and multi things such as a clock, poster on wall, office door, drive through window and metal table along with little items around.
Laura is holding a box with 1 dozen glazed donuts. When she opens the lid of the box, her mouth goes “ooo”! She signs “delicious” with her mouth in “o” shape. She grabs one donut and brings it to her nose to take a deep whiff, smells so good! As she bites in her donut, her eyes close and savors the taste in a bite. “Want some? Come and get yours!” signed by Laura. She ends the video with a cute little wiggly dance!