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Worksite Walking Campaign Tools

These communication tools can be used to encourage employees to be physically active and walk more. Employees benefit from seeing positive messages and information that encourage them to participate in a walking program. The tools include flyers, e-blasts, a pocket guide, sample texts for mobile applications, and 9 E-cards for employees to share.


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Set a Goal

Be Active

Get a Routine

Increase Time

Get Started Flyer [PDF - 298KB]Fit It In Flyer [PDF - 226KB]Stick With It Flyer [PDF - 198KB]Ramp It Up Flyer [PDF - 1.4MB]
Get Started E-Blast [PDF - 891KB]Fit It In E-Blast [PDF - 964KB]Stick With It E-Blast [PDF - 1.1MB]Ramp It Up E-Blast [PDF - 3MB]

Mobile Text Messages

Instructions: Employers may give employees a choice to receive tests from either the Sedentary or the Somewhat Active Category, depending on the employee’s level of physical activity. The employer then may send 2 texts per week from that category to the employee.

Sample Walking Campaign Texts for Mobile Devices [PDF - 69KB]


Walk to be Active - E-Card imageWalk to Get Around - E-Card ImageWalkable Communities - E-Card Image
Walk at Work - E-Card ImageWalk at Work - E-Card Image 2Walk at Work - E-Card 2 Image
Walking is Popular - E-Card ImageWalking School Bus - E-Card ImageWalk for Health - E-Card Image

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