Broadband Survey Outreach Materials The North Carolina Broadband Survey is designed to gather information on locations in the state without adequate internet access and speeds. The Broadband Infrastructure Office has developed materials to provide support as communities develop outreach plans to help connect with neighbors without access to high-speed broadband. Use the outreach materials below to help spread the word about your community’s broadband surveying efforts. Be sure to use the hashtag #NCBroadband on Twitter. Social Media Posts Mailer Flier Handout Social Media Posts Below are sample posts for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and other social media platforms that your community can use to spread the word online about your local campaign. [COUNTY/COMMUNITY/TOWN NAME]’s broadband survey has launched! Help us identify high-speed broadband gaps in our community by taking a 5-minute survey at https://ncbroadband.gov/survey today, and help our community get better connected! #NCBroadband Help [COUNTY/COMMUNITY/TOWN NAME]’s families and homes get better connected. Take the #NCBroadband Survey, and let us know your connection needs and quality. Visit the 5-minute survey at https://ncbroadband.gov/survey. [COUNTY/COMMUNITY/TOWN NAME] has broadband gaps that keep people in our community from being able to easily and efficiently access services like telehealth, remote learning and remote work. Help us find the gaps in our community by visiting https://ncbroadband.gov/survey and taking a 5-minute survey. [COUNTY/COMMUNITY/TOWN NAME] needs your help finding the areas of our community that need better high-speed broadband service. Visit a 5-minute survey at https://ncbroadband.gov/survey. [COUNTY/COMMUNITY/TOWN NAME] students and teachers need better high-speed broadband, and we need help finding the un- and underserved areas in our community. Please help by taking a 5-minute survey at https://ncbroadband.gov/survey today, and help our community get better connected! #NCBroadband Mailer What use is a broadband access survey if the only way you are reaching out is online? Print the survey mailer, and include it in your community’s mailings, such as utility bills, school board notices, library notices and church bulletins. Download Mailer Flier Do you need materials to explain the North Carolina Broadband Survey to local leaders in your community? Share the 8.5x11-inch broadband survey flier, or use it as a poster in libraries, coffee shops, schools, places of worship and other central community hubs. Download Flier Have you hung the flier somewhere? Take a photo, and send it to us on Twitter! Be sure to tag @BroadbandIO with the hashtag #NCBroadband. Handout Encourage residents in your local community to participate in the North Carolina Broadband Survey. Pass out this informational handout to explain how and why residents should take the survey. Download Handout Do you need other materials? Please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your campaign and how the Broadband Infrastructure Office might be able to help.