Posts Tagged ‘tv’

Community Munster Ad Campaign

April 12th, 2017 by Cleve Skelton

Community Munster, part of Community Healthcare System of Northwest Indiana, has seen a recent increase in competitive market activity in their cancer care services. So they thought it would be a good time to remind local residents that they can get top rated care right in Munster. We developed a new creative message, focused on

MyChart – Community Health Network

September 2nd, 2016 by Kristine Warski

Axiomport helped Community Health Network in the latest “MyChart” advertising campaign that aired during the 2016 Summer Olympics. MyChart is the electronic medical records and message center that patients can access from their smartphone, laptop or tablet to schedule appointments with primary care physicians, check test results, refill prescriptions, pay bills, message your doctor’s office

MIBOR Consumer Campaign

April 6th, 2016 by Scott Johnson

Homeowners face plenty of challenges today when buying or selling a home. Pricing, inventory, and enough online data to make your head spin. So what do you believe, where do you go, and who do you trust to get the most value for your home? Axiomport worked with the MIBOR REALTOR® Association to answer these

Boy Scouts of America Recruitment Campaign

September 16th, 2015 by Kristine Warski

Adventure is Waiting. Launch into Scouting. The Boy Scouts of America Crossroads of America Council turned to Axiomport to help with their 2015-2016 recruitment campaign. They wanted to promote a single night registration—August 27, 2015—across all of their Cub Scout packs in the council. This was a departure from their previous recruiting practice, and they were

Zero Suicides for Indiana Youth

August 1st, 2015 by Axiomport

In Indiana, the second leading cause of death among teens is suicide. Community Health Network partnered with Mental Health America of Greater Indianapolis to launch a new initiative to address this statewide problem. Together, they created a text service as part of their “Zero Suicides for Indiana Youth” campaign. Now, any young person experiencing suicidal

Circle of Care – Community Health Network

February 26th, 2015 by Axiomport

Community Health Network continues to push its impressive message of having all five of its hospitals affiliated with MD Anderson Cancer Network. The result is a series of executions in which Community proudly proclaims, “Finally, we have cancer surrounded.” Axiomport produced the campaign that also included patient-centered stories that depict their battles with cancer. The

All five of Community Health Network’s hospitals in Indianapolis and surrounding markets are now affiliated with MD Anderson Cancer Network and Axiomport helped communicate the news with television, online, radio and print. The campaign, titled “Care that’s spreading faster than cancer,” includes general network messaging in addition to actual patient testimonials. The effort has helped

The University of Indianapolis is making an extraordinary investment over the next five years – building a new health pavilion, transforming a library as well as student housing, and linking students to alumni, business leaders and internship opportunities with a new Professional Edge Center. To share their story, Axiomport developed TV, radio and print ads,

Media Campaign – Boy Scouts of America

August 20th, 2014 by Kristine Warski

Axiomport is proud to work with the Crossroads of America Council Boy Scouts of America on their 2014 recruitment campaign. The goal of the media campaign is to reach parents (primarily moms) of young boys (aged 7-10) and to educate them about the benefits of getting involved with The Boy Scouts of America. Based on

The Gateway Mile – Elkhart, IN

June 17th, 2014 by Axiomport

The downtown core of Elkhart, Indiana has seen significant revitalization over the past decade through an ongoing Live, Work, Play community initiative. Despite this redevelopment, many residents of the community still held unfavorable perceptions of the Downtown area and remained uninterested in rediscovering their new Downtown.