Count on Me NC

— Written By Natalie Seymour
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NC State Extension, in partnership with NC Department of Health and Human Services, NC Restaurant and Lodging Association and Visit NC, is excited to be a part of Count On Me NC
The Count On Me NC program is focused on providing the necessary knowledge and information needed to manage COVID-19 within businesses as restrictions are relaxed. As part of the voluntary program there are free, online courses that provide a consistent approach based on state and national guidelines. The program is also partnered with a marketing campaign and customer expectations, with the intent to create shared responsibility for preventing the spread of COVID-19.
If you are a consumer, check out the Guest Pledge and steps you can take to help keep others safe while dining out, shopping, and visiting hospitality and tourism attractions. If you are looking for businesses in your area who have been trained with the program, check out this interactive map.
If you own or work at a business and want to participate, check out the business trainings. All participants will receive a personalized certificate they can display in their business and can access a link after training to register through NCRLA to receive a social media toolkit. Those who complete the Restaurant Manager or General Best Practices training can also have their businesses listed on the map and receive a window decal from NCRLA.
Questions about the program can be directed to CountOnMeNC@ncsu.edu.
Flyers for distribution can be downloaded here in color and black and white versions.
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Written By

Natalie Seymour, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionNatalie SeymourExtension Associate Email Natalie Agricultural & Human Sciences
NC State Extension, NC State University
Updated on May 22, 2020
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