June 17, 2019
June is national safety month, and it never hurts to remind your clients and community that safety always comes first. Our goal with this blog is to help you augment your marketing initiatives with a few ideas around safety. While we can’t cover every industry in a single post, we hope that you find the tips below useful and that they spark some innovative new marketing ideas!
“Safety first!” is the mantra of the month. So, run with it as you brainstorm for new summer marketing ideas. Encourage people to stay safe in general and also address industry-specific situations where applicable. Here are a few ideas to chew on:
General safety—Promote common safety information to your clientele by providing a list of top 5 summer safety tips. Consider a few common summer safety topics such as: keeping kids safe around water, prevention of heat stroke, safety around graduation celebrations, the importance of staying hydrated and more.
Industry-specific safety—Here are few examples:
These are just a few marketing ideas to use during National Safety Month. We hope they get your creative juices flowing!
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