In the current time, it is advisable to stay at home. But not all groups of people can follow this requirement.
People who work in care professions are currently an important pillar of society. But people who work in the retail sector also render an indispensable service in times of crisis. The required safety distance of two meters is not observed by all customers. To illustrate this safety aspect, Christian Rahn and Alexander Schulz from the Erkrath printing company “Crastec” in Germany came up with a striking idea.
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Together with Deputy Mayoress Sabine Lahnstein, who runs an advertising company, the creative minds are currently giving away 300 T-shirts to employees in the retail sector. Both the team of the Rewe Stockhausen Group and the employees of Edeka Windges will benefit from this in the coming days.
“The idea for this T-shirt came to us because Christian Rahn’s son works on a temporary basis in a beverage store and the family was thinking about whether he should continue doing this job,” says Alexander Schulz, explaining the foundation for the idea.
It quickly became clear, however, that the work of the son, like all the other employees in retail, is currently indispensable. But how do you make people aware of the necessary safety distance? And so the t-shirt print art was born.
The T-shirt design of “Please keep your distance” is a wonderful idea to remind people of the safety distance protocol. Retailers and customers alike are more likely to keep their distance when they read the sign on the t-shirt.
While the t-shirt print reminder is good, it is not enough to keep everyone safeguarded. The retailers themselves have taken numerous precautions. There are currently a number of signs in front of shops whose instructions all speak the same language: Please keep your distance! Rewe Stockhausen asks on its entrance sign that only one customer comes to shop at a time and does not bring the children with them. And at Edeka you can currently find the necessary guidelines for solidarity shopping behavior. It is asked to only buy quantities that are normal for a household and to prefer EC payment.