Memory of the Month: Those summer days …

By on September 22, 2010 at 2:45 PM

Posted in: Odds & Ends

This year marks the 30th anniversary of GEICO’s pioneering of 24-hour service – something that’s still a source of great pride to us. So we’re in a reflective mood, contemplating our history and how things have changed over the years. It’s like Bob Marley said: “In this great future, you can’t forget your past.” In that spirit, the GEICO Blog hereby introduces “Memory of the Month.” Once a month, we’ll publish a photo from GEICO’s past and invite you to share your memories of bygone days – or help us with a photo caption.

5 responses to “Memory of the Month: Those summer days …

  1. Greg M says:

    For instance, the caption for this photo could be, “All GEICO associates wish they worked at the company’s Virginia Beach office, where they really take Casual Fridays seriously.”

  2. Ching-Sung Chin says:

    A very good picture and I really like the caption “… they really take Casual Fridays seriously.”

    However, was this picture really taken on a casual Friday (a working Friday)?

    If you use the suggested caption, some might get a wrong impression.

  3. Greg M says:

    Chin, the photo was shot during a company outing, more likely on a weekend than on a Friday. The suggested caption’s a joke.

  4. RW says:

    Woman standing up says: “I just came for the free food, not a photo shoot”

  5. tim says:

    picture where they are dressed up for Casual Day…. “Houston, we have a problem.”