Progressive Promotions helped the Colorado Consumer Health Initiative and ProgressNow Education plan, produce, launch and manage media relations for Got Insurance?, an edgy, humorous campaign to increase awareness of affordable health insurance options thanks to Obamacare. With 23+ million website visits, millions of Facebook posts/Tweets and thousands of media stories, we did something right!
Fighting back against big corporations is what the CCPC does – protecting everyday Colorado consumers and workers from the abuses of forced arbitration. Progressive Promotions developed their messaging, branding, website, Facebook and media strategy as they took on Wells Fargo, Equifax and unfair laws at the state legislature.
The 14 grantees of The Colorado Health Foundation’s Connecting Communities and Care initiative work in different communities across the state, seek to improve different health conditions and involve different local organizations, agencies and individuals in their projects. But they all need to communicate effectively to these varying audiences – and Progressive Promotions is providing the technical assistance they need to recruit possible clients/participants, convince a variety of health providers to help, engage nonprofit organizations and public agencies, raise awareness of influential community leaders and solicit contributions of time and money from supporters.
With the surge of the #MeToo movement, the TIME’S UP turned to Progressive Promotions for messaging and media outreach on behalf of Colorado women filing sexual harassment legal cases, including CSU Professor Christina Boucher.
MHHA needed help with messaging, communications plan, collaterals and a website – Progressive Promotions positioned them as health connectors, including prevention, wellness, medical care and human/social services so every Denver resident can live their healthiest life.
Progressive Promotions writes and analyzes Water for Colorado’s emails in tandem with the rest of the Water for Colorado team. In addition, we maintain the list, trying new tactics to built the list continually while keeping current subscribers engaged in what’s happening in the tricky world of Colorado’s water.
As a new organization, GBC was looking for comprehensive communications help – branding, messaging, strategy, media relations and digital outreach to launch their alternative, progressive business group focused on building a strong economy, thriving communities and a sustainable environment.