Press Release Campbell Ewald’s Kaiser Permanente Campaign Focuses on the Benefits of High-Quality Health Care
"Thrive" Creative to Debut During Opening Ceremonies at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games
Los Angeles, CA — Campbell Ewald, a marketing communications company, has created a new ad campaign for Kaiser Permanente that reflects their commitment to providing an integrated health care delivery system to further enhance the quality of their member’s health. One spot, entitled “Small Stuff," from the TV portion of the campaign will debut during the Opening Ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. A second commercial, entitled “Patient Info” will run during the Olympic Games.
As part of the overall Thrive campaign positioning –– which in the past has focused on prevention, wellness and “thriving” at every stage in life –– the new work differentiates Kaiser Permanente from other health care providers by defining the role the organization plays as a health advocate and highlights Kaiser Permanente’s expertise and high-quality health care.
Mark Simon, chief creative officer for Campbell Ewald, said, “The Thrive campaign has always been about Kaiser Permanente’s focus on helping their members be happy and healthy at every stage of life. The new work extends that message to communicate the amazing quality of care they provide."
The marketing and advertising solutions in this campaign include TV, radio and online advertising and will run in select media markets in California, Hawaii, Oregon, Colorado, Georgia, Ohio, Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia. “Small Stuff” breaks tonight in the Opening Ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in the San Francisco, Sacramento/Stockton/Modesto, Fresno, LA, San Diego, Hawaii, Portland, Denver, Colorado Springs/Pueblo, Atlanta, Cleveland and Washington DC markets.