Get There Challenge Partner Communications Toolkit

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The Get There Challenge is happening Oct. 1 - 15! Let's Spread The Word!

The Get There Challenge is happening Oct. 1 - 15! Let's Spread The Word!

We need your help promoting the 2023 Get There Challenge—and we’ve made it easy!

See the drop-downs below for ready-to-use content to encourage employers, organizations, and individuals in your community to participate:

  • Emails: let your community know about the Get There Challenge by tailoring and sending out pre-written emails.
  • Social media content: spread the word through social media channels. Create posts and/or share our posts on GetThereOregon’s Facebook or LinkedIn pages.
  • Website content: publish grab-and-go content on your website, blog, or intranet.
  • Announcement/press release: share with local organizations and media outlets.
  • Poster/flyer: use digitally, plus print posters in-house.
  • Video: share/post Challenge videos, plus how-to participate videos.
  • Photos & graphics: select from high-quality photos and graphics.

Employers can access a separate dedicated online toolkit that includes digital and worksite marketing materials for employees here.

Team captains can access a separate dedicated online toolkit here.

Content is provided in the drop down menu below!

Questions or comments? Contact us at [email protected].

The Get There Challenge is an annual, 15-day competition that helps Oregonians drive less and use transportation options more. For the first time ever, we’re changing up the Get There Challenge to encourage some friendly competition by making it team-based.

New this year, participants can join a community or worksite team OR they can create a team of up to 10 friends, neighbors, and/or coworkers.

Teams will compete to be a top team and win prizes by logging trips taken by bike, foot, carpool, vanpool, and transit and remote work days. Plus, participants can win bonus prizes by unlocking early bird achievements.

The Get There Challenge is hosted by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) and its partners across the state, and has no costs for employers, organizations, or individuals to participate.

Find everything you need to know here.

Send this email to share the Employer Communications Toolkit with local employers. Send date: Between Aug 21-Sept 4

Tap into Oregon’s Get There Challenge Oct. 1-15 to boost employee engagement, sustainability, and more!

Among the key factors impacting employee job satisfaction, morale, and retention today, the commute is at the top of the list. Make employee commutes and work experience better through commute and remote work solutions by tapping into the Get There Challenge this October!

Running two-weeks from October 1-15, Oregon’s Get There Challenge is a timely reason for employees to use commute options and work remotely for the chance to win prizes and get recognized.

This year, the Get There Challenge has an exciting twist! For the first time ever, we’re changing things up to encourage some friendly competition by making it team-based.

Teams will compete to be a top team and win prizes by logging trips taken by bike, foot, carpool, vanpool, and transit and remote work days. Plus, participants can win bonus prizes by unlocking early bird achievements.

Participants can join a pre-set up team or they can create a team of up to 10 friends, neighbors, and/or coworkers. We encourage worksites to consider setting up a team (or two!) in advance for employees to join and are available to assist you.

We’ve made it easy for you to spread the word among your employees using our online Employer Communications Toolkit that includes turnkey employee emails, breakroom materials, Intranet copy, and more!

Find everything you need to know about the Get There Challenge here. Reach out if you have questions or any support needs!

Send this email to share the Partner Communications Toolkit with local organizations. Send date: Between Aug 21-Sept 4

The first ever team-based Oregon Get There Challenge starts Oct. 1. Help us spread the word!

The Get There Challenge is a timely reason for Oregonians to use commute options and work remotely for the chance to win prizes and be recognized. Participants can join a pre-set up community or worksite team or create a team of up to 10 friends, neighbors, and/or coworkers. And if you’d like to set up a team, here’s how (and let us know if we can assist!).

Teams will compete to be a top team and win prizes (check out the list!) by logging trips taken by bike, foot, carpool, vanpool, and transit and remote work days. Plus, participants can win bonus prizes by unlocking early bird achievements.

Find everything you need to know about the Get There Challenge here.

Here’s what you can do to help spread the word:

Use the grab-and-go content in the Get There Challenge Partner Communications Toolkit to encourage members of your community to participate. Content includes web copy, social media content, emails and more — pre-written for you to use as-is or to customize for your organization.

Help make Oregon a better place to live, work and play!

Send these emails to members of your community about joining the challenge. Send this email starting on Sept. 5

Oregon’s Get There Challenge returns this October with a new twist!

Get ready for some friendly competition in this year’s Get There Challenge! For the first time ever, teams across Oregon and locally will compete to be a top team and win prizes!

You can join an already set-up community or worksite team OR create a team of up to 10 friends, neighbors, and/or coworkers. Check out details here on how to create a team, plus access team captain resources.

Teams will compete for recognition and cool prizes by logging trips taken by bike, foot, carpool, vanpool, and transit and remote work days. Plus, you can win bonus prizes by unlocking early bird achievements.

Find everything you need to know about the Get There Challenge and join here.

Send this email starting Sept. 13

Be an early bird and join the Get There Challenge to win bonus prizes!

Are you ready to win great prizes, get active, reduce your carbon footprint, and save gas money? Join the first ever team-based Get There Challenge Oct. 1-15!

You can join an already set up community or worksite team or create one of up to 10 friends, neighbors, and/or coworkers. Check out details here on how to create a team, plus access team captain resources.

Teams will compete to be a top team and win prizes (see below) by logging trips taken by bike, foot, carpool, vanpool, and transit and remote work days.

Get a head start and unlock early bird achievements now through Sept. 30 for the chance to win bonus prizes: GetThereOregon.org/Achievements

What can you win?

  • $50 Ruffwear gift card
  • $25 Cafe Yumm gift card and Get There swag
  • $25 VISA gift card
  • $100 River City Bicycles gift card
  • $100 Clever Cycles gift card and a water bottle

The grand prize of $1000 and top honors will go to the team with the highest score (avg trips per team member) at the end of the Challenge. View full prize details here.

Learn more at GetThereOregon.org/Challenge.

Send this email starting Sept. 18- 30

Oregon’s Get There Challenge Starts In Two Weeks!

We’re about two weeks out from the start of this year’s Oregon Get There Challenge, running Oct. 1-15! Join or create a team and log your commute options trips and remote work days in Get There Connect for the chance to win prizes and be recognized!

Follow the steps below to participate in the Get There Challenge (and check out this video about joining an already set-up team):

  1. Create an account for free in Get There Connect or log in here.
  2. Join a team or create one (and become a team captain!)
  3. Log your trips and/or remote work in Get There Connect to win prizes! Remember: You can get a head start and win early bird prizes through Sept. 30 at GetThereOregon.org/Achievements.

You could win:

  • $50 Ruffwear gift card
  • $25 Cafe Yumm gift card and Get There swag
  • $25 VISA gift card
  • $100 River City Bicycles gift card
  • $100 Clever Cycles gift card and a water bottle

The grand prize of $1000 and top honors will go to the team with the highest score (avg trips per team member) at the end of the Challenge. View full prize details here.

Learn more at GetThereOregon.org/Challenge.

Send this email between Oct. 1-11

The Get There Challenge has kicked off—it’s not too late to join!

The 2023 Get There Challenge has kicked off, but you can still join and win! The last day to join or create a team is October 11 (and, don’t worry, you can retroactively log trips/remote work days). Don’t miss out!

Join or create a team and log your trips taken by bike, foot, carpool, vanpool, and transit, plus remote work days for the chance to win prizes!

Here’s how to join:

  1. Create an account for free in Get There Connect or log in here.
  2. Join a team or create one (and become a team captain!)
  3. Log your trips and/or remote work in Get There Connect to win prizes!

Top teams can win:

  • $50 Ruffwear gift card
  • $25 Cafe Yumm gift card and Get There swag
  • $25 VISA gift card
  • $100 River City Bicycles gift card
  • $100 Clever Cycles gift card and a water bottle

The grand prize of $1000 and top honors will go to the team with the highest score (avg trips per team member) at the end of the Challenge. View full prize details here.

Learn more at GetThereOregon.org/Challenge.

Engage with your followers by sharing these posts on your favorite social media platforms. You can also share our posts from facebook.com/GetThereOregon.

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Post between August 21 – 25

Get ready: the Get There Challenge is back October 1-15! Join or create a team (new!) and compete by logging trips taken by bike, foot, carpool, vanpool, and transit and remote work days for the chance to win. Check out this year’s prizes! getthereoregon.org/Challenge

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Post between August 21 – 25

Get ready: the Get There Challenge is back October 1-15! Join or create a team (new!) and compete by logging trips taken by bike, foot, carpool, vanpool, and transit and remote work days for the chance to win. Check out this year’s prizes! getthereoregon.org/Challenge

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Post September 18 – 30

The Get There Challenge is right around the corner, starting Oct. 1! Get a head start and join the unlock early bird achievements by Sept. 30 to win bonus prizes! Visit GetThereOregon.org/Achievements to unlock early rewards.

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Post between September 18 – 24

The Get There Challenge is right around the corner, starting Oct. 1! Get a head start and join the Get There Challenge by Sept. 30 to win bonus prizes! Visit GetThereOregon.org/Achievements to unlock early rewards.

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It’s your chance to win great prizes, get active, reduce your carbon footprint, and save gas money by joining the Get There Challenge! Compete with your friends and colleagues to win big. Join or create your team:
GetThereOregon.org/Challenge

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Post on October 1

It’s your chance to win great prizes, get active, reduce your carbon footprint, and save gas money by joining the Get There Challenge! Compete with your friends and colleagues to win big. Join or create your team:
GetThereOregon.org/Challenge
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Post on October 7

The 2023 Get There Challenge has kicked off, but you can still join and win! Join or create a team by Oct. 11 to log your trips taken by bike, foot, carpool, vanpool, and transit and remote work days for the chance to win $1000, plus more weekly prizes!

Don’t miss out: GetThereOregon.org/Challenge

Twitter Post 4
Post on October 7

The 2023 Get There Challenge has kicked off, but you can still join and win! Join or create a team by Oct. 11 to log your trips taken by bike, foot, carpool, vanpool, and transit and remote work days for the chance to win $1000, plus more weekly prizes!

Join now: GetThereOregon.org/Challenge

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Publish this grab-and-go content on your website, blog, or intranet.

Oregon’s Get There Challenge is on Oct. 1-15
New twist this year adds team competition!

Running two weeks from Oct. 1-15, Oregon’s Get There Challenge is a timely reason to drive less by using transportation options and working remotely for the chance to win prizes and get recognized.

For the first time ever, the Get There Challenge will be team-based. Join an already existing community or worksite team or create one with up to 10 of your friends, neighbors, and/or coworkers. Teams will compete to be a top team and win prizes by logging trips taken by bike, foot, carpool, vanpool, and transit and remote work days. Plus, win bonus prizes by unlocking early bird achievements!

Learn more at GetThereOregon.org/Challenge.

Oregon’s Get There Challenge is on Oct. 1-15
New twist this year adds team competition!

Running two-weeks from Oct. 1-15, Oregon’s Get There Challenge is a timely reason to drive less by using transportation options and working remotely for the chance to win prizes and get recognized. New this year, teams across Oregon will compete to be a top team and win prizes!

Participants can join an already existing community or worksite team, or they can create a team of up to 10 friends, neighbors, and/or coworkers.

Teams will compete by logging trips taken by bike, foot, carpool, vanpool, and transit and remote work days. Plus, participants can win bonus prizes by unlocking early bird achievements before the challenge starts.

Anyone age 18 or older who lives and/or works in Oregon can join or create a team to compete in the Get There Challenge, Oct. 1-15, by visiting GetThereOregon.org/Challenge.

Now in its 11th year, the Get There Challenge has helped to reduce traffic and emissions across the state, helping make Oregon a better place to live, work, and play. Last year, over 1,800 participants logged 46,000 transportation options trips and remote work days, totaling a reduction of more than 465,000 drive alone miles.

The Get There Challenge is sponsored by Cafe Yumm, River City Bicycles, Powell’s Books, Clever Cycles, Next Adventure, Ruffwear, Bob’s Red Mill, Transportation Options Group of Oregon, and Commute with Enterprise. The Challenge is powered by Get There Connect, a trip planning and ridematching tool. Get There is a program of the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT).

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How to Join a Team

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How to Create a Team and Become a Captain

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How to Log Trips

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