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TsunamiZone Graphics

The following materials are available to you to help spread the word about Tsunami Preparedness Week (and encourage people to plan their own preparedness activities).


What To Do During a Tsunami:

(Click for larger versions)


English
PNG | PDF

Español
PNG | PDF

French
PNG | PDF

Chinese
PNG | PDF


Korean
PNG | PDF

Hmong
PNG | PDF

Samoan
PNG | PDF

Greek
PNG | PDF


Japanese
PNG | PDF

Portuguese
PNG | PDF

Turkish
PNG | PDF




Posters/Flyers

Download these PDF files that can be printed at 8.5x11 as flyers, or printed larger as posters.

Know Your Zone
"Are You In The Zone?"
Color (PDF)
Black & White (PDF)
How To Participate
How To Participate
Flyer (PDF)
Join Us
"Join Us"
Color (PDF)
Black & White (PDF)
Know Your Zone
Color (PDF)
Don't Freak Out
Color (PDF)



Promotional Website and Social Media Post Graphics

These banners are shown to scale except when noted.

"Are You In The Zone?"

- Web

Banner Get Ready 300
Large box

(300x250 pixels, 12 KB PNG)
Banner Get Ready 160
Side (vertical) banner

(160x600 pixels, 21KB PNG,
shown half-size)
Banner Get Ready 728
Top/bottom (horizontal) banner

(728x90 pixels, 13 KB PNG, shown half-size)

- Social

TZ Zone Facebook Image
Facebook Page or Timeline Post Image
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(1200 x 900 pixels, shown 1/6 size)
TZ Zone Insta Image
Instagram Zone Post Image
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(1200 x 1200 pixels, shown 1/6 size)
TZ Zone Twitter Image
Twitter Post Zone Image
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(1200 x 675 pixels, shown 1/6 size)



"Join Us"

- Web

Banner Join Us 300
Large box

(300x250 pixels, 10 KB PNG)
Banner Join Us 160
Side (vertical) banner

(160x600 pixels, 22 KB PNG,
shown half-size)
Banner Join Us 728
Top/bottom (horizontal) banner

(728x90 pixels, 9 KB PNG, shown half-size)

- Social


TZ Zone Facebook Join Us Image
Facebook Page or Timeline Post Image

(1200 x 900 pixels, shown 1/6 size)
TZ Zone Insta Image
Instagram Post Join Us Image

(1200 x 1200 pixels, shown 1/6 size)
TZ Join Us Twitter Image
Twitter Post Image

(1200 x 675 pixels, shown 1/6 size)
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"TsunamiZone.org" name donated by
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TsunamiZone.org Step 1: Secure it now! Step 2: Make a plan Step 3: Make disaster kits Step 4: Is your place safe? Step 5: Drop, Cover, and Hold On Step 6: Check it out! Step 7: Communicate and recover!