Those Gieco commercials crack me up! What was your favorite commercials of 2010?
The little piggy goes wee that one gets me every time the woodchucks are next.
We just switched are car insurance to Geico and the sales Rep. I talked with said someone in the office dressed up like the little pig,had a pinwheel,rode a scooter and went through the office saying wee wee wee.He won first place for the Halloween contest.
Absolutely love, love, love the new Verizon ad with the farmboy and the lightning. 4G is here.
The wood chucks get us every time--especially when the guy hollers at them, lol...
But the drill sargeant is hilarious, too, when he "chucks" the kleenex box at his patient, hahaha...
The actor who starts those Geico commercials gets on my nerves though.
My favorite is for Traveler's Insurance. A rattlesnake has a baby's rattle attached to his tail and the other animals in the forest are laughing at him. The tagline of the commercial goes something like "make sure you get the original parts after an accident."
The really funny part about that commercial is it aired right after that same insurance company paid to fix my car after it was damaged in a hit and run accident.
by Alternative Prime 2 years ago
Opening his mouth doesn’t appear to be a strong suit for poor ole’ backwards Jeb - Every time he yaps his trap his big “Special” brother George W looks like the intelligent sibling ~ How much trouble is that?If this numbskull wasn't so dangerous to the majority of Americans his involuntary...
by Beth Perry 5 years ago
What insurance icon do you most wish would be permanently retired?Insurance icons are often so over-used people become sick of them quicker than the line moves at the claims office. If you had the power to get rid of just one, which insurance icon would you ax from ad world: the Geico...
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