How to use your mascot during a pandemic
Why did you make a mascot in the first place? Or why are you planning to develop a mascot now? Chances are that it has something to do with the positive experience it gives and creating a unique identity to your company, school or organization. Though many in-person events have been postponed, your mascot still remains your #1 brand ambassador and a key way to spread some spirit.
In this article, we’ll give you some top ways to use your mascot given the current global pandemic situation.
1. Printed communication
Many schools, businesses and office spaces are utilizing printed communication to give advice on safety and distancing protocols. Are you currently working with: floor stickers to keep your distance? Posters with information about safety measures? Incorporate your mascot into this communication, to create eye-catching designs that bring a smile too! See below for some examples with our mascot, Ben, and check out this page for more information.
2. Working at home
We’re seeing this frequently with our clients: many more people are working from home. How can your mascot help to keep office spirit even outside of the office?
How about a nice mouse pad in the shape of your mascot? A big coffee mug? A desk toy stress ball?
Or give your employees with kids something fun to play in the garden with, featuring your mascot.