We are car aficionados, cyclists, mothers, people on vacation, students, artists, freelancers, business types, cheapskates...and this makes us very happy!
To remind us of the diversity of buzzers, each member chooses their own bug and gets sent their own logo-pair sticker. If you are an owner, it's for your car. If you are a borrower, your laptop makes a nice home.
We, the team, are worker bees. And you?
The bee: industrious and community-minded
The bee believes in the power of the group, the strength of collaborative work and the benefits of diversity. So she flourishes within a hive. She loves her work, being an important part of a community. She is also willing to go all out (well, die actually) to defend her friends and family.
The lady bug: charming and loved by all
Hopefully not sparking inter-species animosity, we have to say that the ladybug is top dog. It is beautiful, and charismatic. Everyone loves it and wants to be its friend. Especially gardeners, for whom this insect is God's gift as a natural insecticide. While eating aphids is not super sexy, you've got to say, that red dress is gorgeous.
The dragonfly: the elegant hunter
Like a pin-up, the dragonfly is beautiful, tall, slim and distinguished, but don't be fooled by appearances. Dragonflies are formidable predators. When it wants something, it gets it, and the dragonfly's got what it takes. Its large eyes both attract and see its prey clearly. And those elegant wings make it one of the fastest insects on the planet.
The fly: doesn't care what you think
The fly is annoying, intrusive, dirty, and noisy. It keeps us from sleeping and has that nasty habit of always landing on our legs when we're trying to calmly get a tan. But in fact, that's why we love it. It's not afraid to show affection. It's determined, and it won't be pushed around. When you're so completely sure of yourself, why worry about what others think?
The butterfly: loves life
If you are only going to have a few days to live, you make the most of it. And this, the butterfly knows how to do. It migrates to climates that please it. And so much the better if that is the tropics. Without a worry, it goes from flower to flower, collecting the most savory nectars. Happy go lucky? Happy, yes. Lucky, no. The butterfly's colors and grace were designed to hypnotize.
The moth: the nighttime party animal
The moth is the embodiment of the insect jet set. It plays all night and sleeps all day. And those nights are full: at dusk it sets out in search of partners and fine food (nectars). And it doesn't have time to lose. If it isn't successful, it moves on to the next thing.
The beetle: the survivor
Watch out for the beetle, it was made to fight. It is ready to do whatever it takes to survive and be the best. Eat dung? Yum! Fight all the other males in the neighborhood to get a female? Small sacrifice! Hide under a shell when required? No problem! Given its core strengths, no need to actually use those wings for distance flying.