In the Illinois Community
In 2015 our Chicago headquarters featured over 70 building lightings to highlight health and wellness messaging and civic engagement. We always have our photographer Kevin Eatinger take stunning photos of these popular lightings and of course share them on our social media platforms whether it’s via our twitter handle @BCBSIL or our Facebook page Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois. We love to light our building and truly show of our city pride. Once again just like in 2014, our sports teams won us over. The Chicago Cubs brought us new hope and a glimpse of a potential movie prophecy to be fulfilled. With over 6,000 likes on our Facebook page many Chicagoans joined us in chanting ‘Go Cubs Go’.
Although the Cubs didn’t make it to the World Series, The Chicago Blackhawks became one of our most shared image on both Facebook and Twitter after they became the 2015 Stanley Cup winners.
Supporting health and wellness causes is our priority and for a second year in a row our Pink Ribbon lighting in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month was among the most liked and shared images of 2015.
This 2016 we’ll keep illuminating the Chicago Skyline with more messages highlighting our civic pride and health and wellness initiatives, so keep your cameras ready and don’t forget to share your photos with us!
Now you know our favorite lightings, which ones were yours?
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