By Greg Marsh on February 16, 2011 at 3:25 PM
Posted in: Odds & Ends
This photo was taken at a company outing in the 1940s; clearly a celebration of some sort. That’s GEICO Founder Leo Goodwin standing tall and looking serious in the middle. He’s flanked by a group of colleagues who are … well, somewhat shorter and a lot less serious. Even back then, way before the introduction of the Gecko, GEICO associates knew that they didn’t have to be boring just because they worked at an insurance company!
What caption would you write for this latest addition to our Memory of the Month series?