GoHealth Urgent Care

JUST GO
What we did
Advertising (Online & Print)
Web Design & Development
Content Development (Photo & Video)
Copywriting
Social Media Strategy & Management
Radio & Transit Advertising
The Ask
Years ago, Legacy — GoHealth set out to build urgent care facilities that break the cold, impersonal mold of its predecessors. When GoHealth was first established in New York City, they used energetic branding elements to match their physical experience. Before the ink was dry on the announcement of GoHealth’s expansion into greater Portland area, our phone rang. Their tried-and-true East Coast model needed a funky, fresh, West Coast infusion.
APPROACH

It’s hard to dissociate medical advertising from the quintessential mom-holding-thermometer image. This tired notion reiterates the reluctant, bummer decision that has to be made when medical care is needed. We threw it all out and started from scratch.

CAMPAIGN ANTHEM & CREATIVE CONCEPTS

Our goal was to present the OpenRange as something so impressive, you had to see it to believe it. Our anthem of “Open Unbelievable” captured this idea while playing off the name of the product. It also matched perfectly to our creative concept of a Sasquatch family camping trip, which gave us a fun, eye-catching way to illustrate the product’s features and benefits.

VIDEO PRODUCTION

To present the OpenRange as the easy-to-use meal prep solution for the modern camper, we wrote, directed, and produced a 1.5-minute launch video that demonstrated the product being used in a real-life — albeit slightly exaggerated — scenario. To keep the budget within the client’s constraints, we developed a story  that could be told in a single location and without dialog.

PHOTO ASSET DEVELOPMENT

During the video production, we also captured still images that carried the characters and narrative into other contexts. The goal was to efficiently build a database of images that would not only be used in the immediate campaign deliverables, but also for future advertising, as needed.

LANDING PAGE & EMAIL

We designed and developed a campaign landing page and announcement email, both built around our core creative concept and using the image assets we created.

ONLINE ADS

We developed a collection of social and display ads targeting the outdoor enthusiast market.

"We were stepping into new territory with a product in a new-to-us category.  With the advertising market being heavily saturated we needed to cut through the clutter and we knew the Blue Collar team was perfect for the job. And they sure delivered! From the ideation to the attention to detail with props and costumes to the fast turnaround and end result – they crushed it!  People will be talking about this campaign for years to come."
MARIE MAJOR, DIRECTOR OF CONSUMER EXPERIENCE

GoHealth Urgent Care

JUST GO
What we did
Advertising (Online & Print)
Web Design & Development
Content Development (Photo & Video)
Copywriting
Social Media Strategy & Management
Radio & Transit Advertising
The Ask
Years ago, Legacy — GoHealth set out to build urgent care facilities that break the cold, impersonal mold of its predecessors. When GoHealth was first established in New York City, they used energetic branding elements to match their physical experience. Before the ink was dry on the announcement of GoHealth’s expansion into greater Portland area, our phone rang. Their tried-and-true East Coast model needed a funky, fresh, West Coast infusion.
APPROACH

It’s hard to dissociate medical advertising from the quintessential mom-holding-thermometer image. This tired notion reiterates the reluctant, bummer decision that has to be made when medical care is needed. We threw it all out and started from scratch.

GoHealth Urgent Care

JUST GO
What we did
Advertising (Online & Print)
Web Design & Development
Content Development (Photo & Video)
Copywriting
Social Media Strategy & Management
Radio & Transit Advertising
The Ask
Years ago, Legacy — GoHealth set out to build urgent care facilities that break the cold, impersonal mold of its predecessors. When GoHealth was first established in New York City, they used energetic branding elements to match their physical experience. Before the ink was dry on the announcement of GoHealth’s expansion into greater Portland area, our phone rang. Their tried-and-true East Coast model needed a funky, fresh, West Coast infusion.
APPROACH

It’s hard to dissociate medical advertising from the quintessential mom-holding-thermometer image. This tired notion reiterates the reluctant, bummer decision that has to be made when medical care is needed. We threw it all out and started from scratch.

“We were looking to own the digital bike space – launching two new bike racks – for a short time period and we wanted omnichannel consistency. A tremendous amount of work went into the design and development of the new StageTwo and HangTight bike racks so it was only right that the launch be given the same amount of respect. Blue Collar shifted into high gear and topped the podium. Not only were the ideas they brought to the table fresh and on-brand but they presented the level of stoke we were looking for.“
-  MARIE MAJOR, DIRECTOR OF CONSUMER EXPERIENCE

GoHealth Urgent Care

JUST GO
What we did
Advertising (Online & Print)
Web Design & Development
Content Development (Photo & Video)
Copywriting
Social Media Strategy & Management
Radio & Transit Advertising
The Ask
Years ago, Legacy — GoHealth set out to build urgent care facilities that break the cold, impersonal mold of its predecessors. When GoHealth was first established in New York City, they used energetic branding elements to match their physical experience. Before the ink was dry on the announcement of GoHealth’s expansion into greater Portland area, our phone rang. Their tried-and-true East Coast model needed a funky, fresh, West Coast infusion.
APPROACH

It’s hard to dissociate medical advertising from the quintessential mom-holding-thermometer image. This tired notion reiterates the reluctant, bummer decision that has to be made when medical care is needed. We threw it all out and started from scratch.

“We were looking to own the digital bike space – launching two new bike racks – for a short time period and we wanted omnichannel consistency. A tremendous amount of work went into the design and development of the new StageTwo and HangTight bike racks so it was only right that the launch be given the same amount of respect. Blue Collar shifted into high gear and topped the podium. Not only were the ideas they brought to the table fresh and on-brand but they presented the level of stoke we were looking for.“
-  MARIE MAJOR, DIRECTOR OF CONSUMER EXPERIENCE

GoHealth Urgent Care

JUST GO
What we did
Advertising (Online & Print)
Web Design & Development
Content Development (Photo & Video)
Copywriting
Social Media Strategy & Management
Radio & Transit Advertising
The Ask
Years ago, Legacy — GoHealth set out to build urgent care facilities that break the cold, impersonal mold of its predecessors. When GoHealth was first established in New York City, they used energetic branding elements to match their physical experience. Before the ink was dry on the announcement of GoHealth’s expansion into greater Portland area, our phone rang. Their tried-and-true East Coast model needed a funky, fresh, West Coast infusion.
APPROACH

It’s hard to dissociate medical advertising from the quintessential mom-holding-thermometer image. This tired notion reiterates the reluctant, bummer decision that has to be made when medical care is needed. We threw it all out and started from scratch.

I so appreciate Blue Collar giving me the opportunity to get a behind the scenes look at the photo shoot. It was incredible to see the amount of thought and preparation that went into each shot, and how passionate each member of the team was about what they were doing. Everyone involved clearly cared deeply about the images they were capturing and the story they were telling with those images, and it was a privilege for me to see them in action. And certainly the highlight of the day was getting the opportunity to fly in one of TacAero’s tailwheel planes, what an amazing experience!
-  MARK SCHREIBER, PRESIDENT

GoHealth Urgent Care

JUST GO
What we did
Advertising (Online & Print)
Web Design & Development
Content Development (Photo & Video)
Copywriting
Social Media Strategy & Management
Radio & Transit Advertising
The Ask
Years ago, Legacy — GoHealth set out to build urgent care facilities that break the cold, impersonal mold of its predecessors. When GoHealth was first established in New York City, they used energetic branding elements to match their physical experience. Before the ink was dry on the announcement of GoHealth’s expansion into greater Portland area, our phone rang. Their tried-and-true East Coast model needed a funky, fresh, West Coast infusion.
APPROACH

It’s hard to dissociate medical advertising from the quintessential mom-holding-thermometer image. This tired notion reiterates the reluctant, bummer decision that has to be made when medical care is needed. We threw it all out and started from scratch.

CAMPAIGN STRATEGY

“Just Go” became our campaign tagline and the epicenter for our imagery and messaging. Here, people get out and live. With that, injury sometimes closely follows—that’s where our campaign steps in.

Portland is quirky. Voodoo Doughnuts embodies this, the seething, hollering crowd piling into every Timbers game shows us this, and a market that supports a redefined urgent care facility is a sure sign.


PRODUCTION

We partnered with talented photographer Nicolle Clemetson to craft three different scenes. The result: a friendly color scheme, human-centric photography, and slightly off-the-wall compositions resulting in an undoubtedly Portland campaign.


ACTIVATION

From print to transit to digital to billboards to social, these images meet the challenge and definitely stand out, positioning Legacy — GoHealth Urgent Care as a major contender in medical care. The campaign elevates GoHealth above the rest in terms of friendliness and a true understanding of what it's like to live—and live well—in the Pacific Northwest.




The team at Blue Collar created a campaign that celebrates life. Their strategy stands out.
—HEIDI KAYSER, NW Marketing

CRKT 2021 Lifestyle Shoot

JUST GO
What we did
Advertising (Online & Print)
Web Design & Development
Content Development (Photo & Video)
Copywriting
Social Media Strategy & Management
Radio & Transit Advertising
The Ask
Years ago, Legacy — GoHealth set out to build urgent care facilities that break the cold, impersonal mold of its predecessors. When GoHealth was first established in New York City, they used energetic branding elements to match their physical experience. Before the ink was dry on the announcement of GoHealth’s expansion into greater Portland area, our phone rang. Their tried-and-true East Coast model needed a funky, fresh, West Coast infusion.
CAMPAIGN STRATEGY

Instead of creating stories that uplifted and illustrated their long-standing, powerful brand strategy: Confidence in Hand, we went out into the world and found them. After days of diving deep into our adventurous rolodexes and making phone call after phone call, we found three guys that lived Confidence in Hand every day.

CAMPAIGN STRATEGY

“Just Go” became our campaign tagline and the epicenter for our imagery and messaging. Here, people get out and live. With that, injury sometimes closely follows—that’s where our campaign steps in.

Portland is quirky. Voodoo Doughnuts embodies this, the seething, hollering crowd piling into every Timbers game shows us this, and a market that supports a redefined urgent care facility is a sure sign.


PRODUCTION

We partnered with talented photographer Nicolle Clemetson to craft three different scenes. The result: a friendly color scheme, human-centric photography, and slightly off-the-wall compositions resulting in an undoubtedly Portland campaign.


ACTIVATION

From print to transit to digital to billboards to social, these images meet the challenge and definitely stand out, positioning Legacy — GoHealth Urgent Care as a major contender in medical care. The campaign elevates GoHealth above the rest in terms of friendliness and a true understanding of what it's like to live—and live well—in the Pacific Northwest.




The team at Blue Collar created a campaign that celebrates life. Their strategy stands out.
—HEIDI KAYSER, NW Marketing

CONTENT DEVELOPMENT

Instead of zeroing in on the story of the knives, we dove into the stories of the three rugged, march-by-the-beat-of-your-own drum guys. This is when the knives came to life in ways we could never tell in a studio or a product description. This is where Confidence in Hand truly makes sense—in the angry oceans, the expansive skies, and deep in the woods. We were there to capture it all.

ROLLOUT

We created three full-blown blog posts that became the epicenter of these stories. Replete with photos, video, and an honest retelling, this is where we drove traffic from all other channels. Embedded within these posts (and elsewhere, too) we embedded powerful calls to purchase.

EXECUTION

The Wells Fargo Careers site is chock full of engaging information and resources for job seekers so we amplified their presence with a UX exercise and reimagination of what their site could do. Using full-width design, we brought our story to life with color, escorting the user through the value proposition of a job at Wells Fargo while providing them ample opportunity to click through and get their application process started or find a story that better suited them.

GoHealth Urgent Care

JUST GO
What we did
Advertising (Online & Print)
Web Design & Development
Content Development (Photo & Video)
Copywriting
Social Media Strategy & Management
Radio & Transit Advertising
The Ask
Years ago, Legacy — GoHealth set out to build urgent care facilities that break the cold, impersonal mold of its predecessors. When GoHealth was first established in New York City, they used energetic branding elements to match their physical experience. Before the ink was dry on the announcement of GoHealth’s expansion into greater Portland area, our phone rang. Their tried-and-true East Coast model needed a funky, fresh, West Coast infusion.
APPROACH

It’s hard to dissociate medical advertising from the quintessential mom-holding-thermometer image. This tired notion reiterates the reluctant, bummer decision that has to be made when medical care is needed. We threw it all out and started from scratch.

CAMPAIGN STRATEGY

“Just Go” became our campaign tagline and the epicenter for our imagery and messaging. Here, people get out and live. With that, injury sometimes closely follows—that’s where our campaign steps in.

Portland is quirky. Voodoo Doughnuts embodies this, the seething, hollering crowd piling into every Timbers game shows us this, and a market that supports a redefined urgent care facility is a sure sign.


PRODUCTION

We partnered with talented photographer Nicolle Clemetson to craft three different scenes. The result: a friendly color scheme, human-centric photography, and slightly off-the-wall compositions resulting in an undoubtedly Portland campaign.


ACTIVATION

From print to transit to digital to billboards to social, these images meet the challenge and definitely stand out, positioning Legacy — GoHealth Urgent Care as a major contender in medical care. The campaign elevates GoHealth above the rest in terms of friendliness and a true understanding of what it's like to live—and live well—in the Pacific Northwest.




The team at Blue Collar created a campaign that celebrates life. Their strategy stands out.
—HEIDI KAYSER, NW Marketing

GoHealth Urgent Care

JUST GO
What we did
Advertising (Online & Print)
Web Design & Development
Content Development (Photo & Video)
Copywriting
Social Media Strategy & Management
Radio & Transit Advertising
The Ask
Years ago, Legacy — GoHealth set out to build urgent care facilities that break the cold, impersonal mold of its predecessors. When GoHealth was first established in New York City, they used energetic branding elements to match their physical experience. Before the ink was dry on the announcement of GoHealth’s expansion into greater Portland area, our phone rang. Their tried-and-true East Coast model needed a funky, fresh, West Coast infusion.
APPROACH

It’s hard to dissociate medical advertising from the quintessential mom-holding-thermometer image. This tired notion reiterates the reluctant, bummer decision that has to be made when medical care is needed. We threw it all out and started from scratch.

MARKETING STRATEGY

From our research, we knew that our core demographic is highly engaged on Instagram, stays on top of her email inbox, and is the primary trip planner for her family and friend group. So we crafted our marketing strategy around reaching her with relevant and timely information on the platforms she frequents. We also work hand-in-hand with a PR firm to ensure our strategies are in lockstep and mutually beneficial.

WEBSITE

Guided by a new Visit Hood River tourism initiative, our team commenced a site overhaul by developing an SEO and UX optimized channel from scratch. The new digital space presents a welcoming, unique experience for inquisitive, first-time Hood River visitors, to enlivening the stories of local businesses. The culmination of best-in-class front-end components and freshly branded design elements amounts to a digital space we’re ever-so proud to present.

“Blue Collar Agency is a creative powerhouse, consistently producing refreshing, original content for our brand and strategy. They excel in their ability to listen to the demands of the destination marketing industry and drive strategy while adapting to the ever changing needs. Blue Collar agency is truly an extension of the Visit Hood River team.”
- ASHLEY HUCKABY MAY - DIRECTOR

GoHealth Urgent Care

JUST GO
What we did
Advertising (Online & Print)
Web Design & Development
Content Development (Photo & Video)
Copywriting
Social Media Strategy & Management
Radio & Transit Advertising
The Ask
Years ago, Legacy — GoHealth set out to build urgent care facilities that break the cold, impersonal mold of its predecessors. When GoHealth was first established in New York City, they used energetic branding elements to match their physical experience. Before the ink was dry on the announcement of GoHealth’s expansion into greater Portland area, our phone rang. Their tried-and-true East Coast model needed a funky, fresh, West Coast infusion.
APPROACH

It’s hard to dissociate medical advertising from the quintessential mom-holding-thermometer image. This tired notion reiterates the reluctant, bummer decision that has to be made when medical care is needed. We threw it all out and started from scratch.

GoHealth Urgent Care

JUST GO
What we did
Advertising (Online & Print)
Web Design & Development
Content Development (Photo & Video)
Copywriting
Social Media Strategy & Management
Radio & Transit Advertising
The Ask
Years ago, Legacy — GoHealth set out to build urgent care facilities that break the cold, impersonal mold of its predecessors. When GoHealth was first established in New York City, they used energetic branding elements to match their physical experience. Before the ink was dry on the announcement of GoHealth’s expansion into greater Portland area, our phone rang. Their tried-and-true East Coast model needed a funky, fresh, West Coast infusion.
APPROACH

It’s hard to dissociate medical advertising from the quintessential mom-holding-thermometer image. This tired notion reiterates the reluctant, bummer decision that has to be made when medical care is needed. We threw it all out and started from scratch.

CAMPAIGN STRATEGY

“Just Go” became our campaign tagline and the epicenter for our imagery and messaging. Here, people get out and live. With that, injury sometimes closely follows—that’s where our campaign steps in.

Portland is quirky. Voodoo Doughnuts embodies this, the seething, hollering crowd piling into every Timbers game shows us this, and a market that supports a redefined urgent care facility is a sure sign.


PRODUCTION

We partnered with talented photographer Nicolle Clemetson to craft three different scenes. The result: a friendly color scheme, human-centric photography, and slightly off-the-wall compositions resulting in an undoubtedly Portland campaign.


ACTIVATION

From print to transit to digital to billboards to social, these images meet the challenge and definitely stand out, positioning Legacy — GoHealth Urgent Care as a major contender in medical care. The campaign elevates GoHealth above the rest in terms of friendliness and a true understanding of what it's like to live—and live well—in the Pacific Northwest.




The team at Blue Collar created a campaign that celebrates life. Their strategy stands out.
—HEIDI KAYSER, NW Marketing

"Sigma and Blue Collar have a long and collaborative history. They know our business well and all of their work reflects the richness of the relationship. When the time came to upgrade our website, they understood the goal of improving engagement with our current customers and attracting new ones, inspiring loyalty in both. With the new site, SIGMA stands out in a smart, attractive, and impressive way. Almost immediately, we saw results that spoke to the goal. As the person responsible for budgets, deadlines, and end results, I must mention that every member of the BC team, both on the creative and account sides, made the process as straightforward, transparent, and painless as possible. Thank you, Blue Collar, for beautifully positioning SIGMA for the future!"
CHRISTINE MOOSSMAN, DIRECTOR OF MARKETING
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