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FREE Marketing Communications Pack - COVID-19

In light of the recent outbreak of COVID-19, we wanted to offer a range of marketing assets to help you inform your members of what measures you have in place to keep your venue and facilities safe.

NOTE: Guidance from the UK government and PHE is changing daily, ensure you adapt the information first published on 12 March, 2020 to align with current developments for the industry.

In this pack you will get the following:

1
Campaign Names, Hashtags and Social Media Messages
2

Blog Articles and Push Notifications Messages

3
Posters (Alternate Sizes), Flyers and E-mail Messages

Free Download

Awareness - COVID-19

COVID-19 is a new strain of Coronavirus that causes infection in the nose, sinuses and upper throat and is thought to be spread by cough droplets.

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Gym & the Coronavirus

With the current global outbreak of Coronavirus, some regular gym-goers may decide to avoid their favourite venue for the risk of contracting the virus. But is there reason to worry?

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We want to help our customers to communicate to their customers. If you like this service and would like to see more Marketing Communication Packs/ Campaigns In a Box, please get in contact with your Sales Manager. All the information in this pack has been written inline with the World Health Organisation (WHO) and Public Health England (PHE). 

Business decisions surrounding the Coronavirus should be made in conjunction with reputable sources. Gladstone Software, trading as Gladstone MRM Ltd. does not accept any responsibility for either health or medical guidance to safeguard or protect employees, their families, vulnerable people or their customers using this content. Use of this content is the decision of the business or individual and should be taken in the context of their own business directive in accordance with Public Health England (PHE) World Health Organisation (WHO) and the most recent advice from their respect Government.