It’s 45 degrees and raining, the sun is setting well before 5pm, and the Seahawks are nearing another playoff run. It must be late December. It’s easy to get caught up in today’s work without thinking back on where we came from.
2019 has been a remarkable year for The Vida Agency. We’ve gone from a small, cramped Pioneer Square office, to a large, vibrant, corner office in Westlake. Our office transformation could be a symbol for the remarkable growing our company has gone though as well. We’ve added several new faces, created stunning visual campaigns (humble brag), and provided community outreach across the city. A few highlights that really changed our year.
Kick-ass Women in Wholesale Plumbing Supplies
One of the most exciting new clients we welcomed this year was The Part Works. The Part Works is a local, woman-owned wholesale plumbing parts business. We are thrilled to have built this relationship in 2019 and are super excited to continue working with Katie and Cylisa as they continue to grow their presence in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
Community Health with Heart
With our friends over at Neighborcare Health we created the My Community, My Clinic campaign. As a full-scale campaign with video, transit, and a vast array of digital targeting, this campaign has seen amazing results and we are elated with the way it has performed. We are super excited to collaborate on future projects with the great team over at Neighborcare.
We Didn’t Win, But We Owned the Dance Floor
And to toot our own horn a bit, we got nominated for a PNW Emmy Award! We got to spend a very festive and glamorous evening celebrating the Find Your Freedom campaign that we created for King County Metro. Although we didn’t take home any hardware, it was a great time celebrating with our peers and being recognized for the hard work we put into the campaign. Great job team!
With the whirlwind of changes in the last year, what can we expect in 2020?
Well, to start, we already have some HUGE plans. We are super excited to be bringing together a coalition of leaders in underserved youth communities to build an awareness and counter marketing campaign for the city against sugar sweetened beverages. We are partnering with Black Stax, the Latino Community Fund, Hip Hop is Green, and The Service Board. We cant wait to get started!
We are also thrilled to continue working with other city agencies on their inclusive planning for 2020. There are a number of high impact projects throughout the city that we are looking forward to getting started on. You never know if TVA has a hand in the next city construction project that you’re driving through.
Lastly, the 50th anniversary of Earth Day is set to take place on April 22nd. We’ve been pushing tips on social media the last several months about how you can be more conscious of the affects you have on the planet, and what we all can do to try and revert the current course of the climate. Follow our social channels to learn how you can stay involved!
Interested in learning more about our work or just want to say hello? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org