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Today we’re taking the time to acknowledge the important message of R U OK?

2020 has definitely tested us and have made it even more important for us all to stay connected and, for those who are able, be willing to support those around us.

1. Ask

2. Listen

3. Encourage Action

4. Check In

#lockcorp #RUOK #ruokday2020

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Fun Fact Friday – Fort Knox

Fun Fact Friday - Fort Knox


Arguably the most secure building on the U.S. mainland, Fort Knox and its various security measures are shrouded in mystery. What is known about the building is that the front door is only accessed by Depository staff at random schedules. The staff must each enter a different combination code to unlock the door and the code changes daily. Because the facility secures an estimated $270 billion in gold and treasures, traditional lock and keys are not utilized as far as the public is aware.

#lockcorp #tgif #friday #fortknox #gold

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Fun Fact Friday – Ceremony Of Keys

Fun Fact Friday - Ceremony Of Keys


Ceremony of keys ??

The oldest ritual of its kind, the Ceremony of Keys occurs nightly at the Tower of London and tickets to the event are typically sold out for a year in advance.

Every evening at 9:52 pm, guards exchange ceremonial words while in Tudor and lock the towers. The keys to the Tower of London are escorted back to the Queen’s residence by the Escort to the Keys.

This ceremony has been held nightly since at least the 14th century, although some think it originated in the Middle Ages and has only been delayed once during the Second World War.

#lockcorp #locksmith #tgif #ceremonyofkeys