Oxford Senior Living creates 'Happy' video
05/12/2014 3:07 PM
06/25/2014 5:53 PM
WICHITA — Hundreds of fans of "Happy," the ubiquitous Pharrell Williams hit, have created their own videos in celebration of the song.
None, though, is quite like the one that Oxford Senior Living released last week.
"We had a blast making it," says Coryanne Graham, Oxford's marketing and brand manager.
Part of company's mission statement is that Oxford's "environment inspires happy residents who feel at home sharing hopes and dreams, recipes and fishin’ stories."
Graham thought a video would be a great way to share that happiness.
"I saw a bunch of those 'Happy’ videos," she says. "There's more than 800 of them. ... I thought, man, that would be so much fun to do with our staff and residents."
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