5 Actions All Escape Rooms In Lockdown Countries Must Take

The “second wave” of the Coronavirus is in full force across many countries, leading to their second lockdown of the year and the forced closure of escape rooms based there.

If you run or work in an escape room that has been forced to temporarily closed, you may be wondering what to do next? Whilst you may be more prepared and experienced for it than earlier in the year, the impact of closure can hit hard. You may feel out of control, paralysed and unable to take control of a situation that is seemingly out of your hands.

Your Escape Rooms are not just your passion project or nest egg, they’re the financial future of your loved ones and a key part of your local community. And that my friends must be protected as much as possible.

So on todays blog I wanted to share 5 actions that I feel ALL escape rooms in locked down countries MUST take in order to ensure they come out of it the best as possible – and that goes for you too!

If your country is currently not locked down, I’d still recommend you give my blog a read through. The worldwide coronavirus situation is everchanging, and it’s best for you to be prepared in case your country has to lockdown too.

5 Ways To Prepare Your Escape Room For Its Reopening

One of my biggest goals with these blogs is to provide hope and some positivity in this difficult world. Sure, things are bad now – but one day the world will return to normal and you can reopen your escape room and continue with business as usual.

I know it feels like a long way off – and it might be, it’s true. But it’ll come, and today I want to help you prepare for that day. There’s no point waiting for that day to come, and then thinking about how to market your escape room and bring in your first customers. You need to think about that today, and you need to arm yourself with the marketing needed.

5 Things You Need To Be Doing On Social Media When Your Escape Room Is Temporarily Closed

By doing the 5 things I’m going to share today, you will be a source for good, for positivity. You’ll be recognized as a business who cares and who is there for its local community.

And from a business point of view, the better job you do of this the easier you’ll find attracting new customers and getting new bookings when this has all blown over and your room has reopened.