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After the COVID-19, how to operate the playground?

Datatime: 2020-05-12   Visit: 86

With the COVID-19 is starting to settle down now and everything will go back to normal soon, then the amusement park is not far from opening, so how to operate the playground after the COVID-19?

 

(1)Do a good job of disinfection and hygiene

In the first few weeks of opening the park, employees should be organized to carry out all-round disinfection investigations. After the opening of the park, arrange one or two cleaning and disinfection every day, and set up announcements at each amusement facility to tell customers the daily disinfection situation Reduce customer panic.

(2) Rich profit model

In traditional operations, the profit model is often relatively monotonous, and it can still maintain profitability in the case of large passenger flows, but during the epidemic, we should make appropriate changes.

1.Cooperate with surrounding restaurants, hotels and casinos, and invite them to alliance to achieve a chain reaction, win-win cooperation, and save the mediocre period.
2.Focus on the membership card system. In this sensitive period, customers are repulsive to crowds. We can formulate special membership systems to control passenger flow and stabilize customer sources. Set a variety of recharge amounts, and set a continuous gift amount, for example: recharge USD100, then give USD10  every 30 days, give 2 times, effectively wake up the customer's memory of the store at regular intervals, and stimulate customers to relax in the playground . The advantage of this method is that it can quickly withdraw funds for merchants and improve the utilization rate of merchants' funds.

(3)Employee training

It is particularly important to train employees on epidemic knowledge and response measures, which can not only help customers in the post-epidemic era, but also enhance the overall image of the park. A series of courses can be formulated for employees to ensure that everyone is familiar with the epidemic situation. A half-hour to one-hour epidemic learning time can be arranged every day, and the daily details of the epidemic situation can be updated in a timely manner to enable timely response measures to emergencies.