Our Experience Getting Video Bombed by a Llama
Have you ever had someone randomly join your video conference call? What about having a farm animal join your video call?
This last week, our daily team Zoom meeting was video bombed by Dolly, the llama. We were having our regular business talk when suddenly a llama shows up on our screen, just hanging out and eating some grass. The confusion on team members’ faces was priceless, and then once we figured out what was going on, it was all smiles and laughs—just the perfect thing we needed to spruce up our daily meeting.
Our team leader, Josh, decided to surprise us to add a little fun to our calls by donating to Sweet Farm Animal Ambassadors, Goat-To-Meeting program. We didn’t just get to enjoy Dolly’s sweet but sassy personality, but we also got to meet a few goats and baby sheep.
Needless to say, it will be a Zoom meeting we will all remember and be able to laugh about down the road.
A mission to spread joy and awareness
Proceeds from Goat-2-Meetings help support Sweet Farm in its mission to rescue farm animals and educate the public about industrialized farming.
You can have a farm animal join your meeting for a small donation of $65 for a 20-minute appearance on a personal call with up to six people. For $100, a farm animal will appear on a corporate call for 10 minutes with unlimited participants. Those who book can choose from a range of farm animals, including a cow, goat, llama, pig, sheep, or turkey.
For businesses that want a longer or more interactive experience, they can pay $250 for a 25-minute session with a farm animal or $750 for a VIP tour of the farm.
Sweet Farm Animal Ambassadors Goat-2-Meeting is a great way to help bring in donations for their mission to rescue farm animals, and they add a little fun to a video conference call. Our team sure enjoyed it.
Those interested in booking a Goat 2 Meeting can do so by filling out this form on Sweet Farm’s website.