There are three things I find amusing about this sign.
Number 2: While I will concede that there are no doubt pockets of humanity in the world who don't know the value of hand-washing, does the overpaid and underworked marketing idiot who came up with this idea think those people will be able to read English? And does said idiot really think they will be visiting Walt Freaking Disney World??
Number 3: When I see the word "tips" in this context, I'm looking for added value -- not a rehash of the self-evident. What about a tip such as "Use a soap in a fragrance you love to encourage frequent hand-washing." Or maybe "Follow hand-washing with a moisturizing lotion to keep skin hydrated."
And of course, because I think about writing all the time, I wondered what I could learn from this, writing wise. Here's what I came up with.
Number 1: Don't state the obvious. For example, when writing about a character's height, occasionally I find myself writing something like "Tom was tall. Every time he walked through the doorway, he had to duck." Of course, I can leave out the Tom-was-tall part, because in the next sentence the reader will know Tom is tall because he has to duck under doorways. Which, of course, in writing parlance, is known as "show, don't tell."
Number 2: Know your reader. I write adult contemporary romance. I need to create characters, language, and plots targeted to that genre.
Number 3: The hand-washing tips offered by Brawny are tantamount to writing "tips" such as "Place your fingers on the keyboard, and press gently to make letters appear on the monitor." And "Choose letters that form actual words."
And now, I will (ahem) wash my hands of this, and place my fingers on the keyboard to make some words in my work-in-progress.