Lobby/Teller Posters as You Reopen: As credit unions are opening their lobbies, here are .pdf files you can use encourage people to follow your safety guidelines. ALSO: If you would like to use one of these, but need it modified — we’re happy to do it! Just let Beth know what you need.
The following statements can be used to communicate with your members as you make decisions about the status of your lobbies. They are all in Word so you can edit them to fit your specific needs.
- A statement that you can use to inform your members that you are opening your lobby but putting protective measures in place.
- A statement that you can use to inform your members that you’ve decided to keep your lobby closed for the immediate future.
- Possible social media posts you can use for most scenarios.
Lobby Restrictions: These two .pdf files ask people who are suffering from sneezing, coughing, etc. to not come into the lobby.
Lobby Closures: These .pdf files allow you to type in your website and phone number if you use Adobe’s free Acrobat Reader (or Pro)
Facebook Graphics: Here are a few graphics you can use in your Facebook posts to let people know about lobby closures or restrictions. They are all .jpg files.
Here are three templates — one for a press release, one for a CEO/public statement, and one for a letter to your members — that you can modify and use to reach out to your local media.
Out-of-Office Email Responses: Remember email when you’re planning out your ways to reach and respond to members. We’ve gleaned a couple of examples of out-of-office email responses that we’ve received for you to adapt for your purposes.