By Greg Marsh on July 28, 2011 at 3:04 PM
Posted in: Odds & Ends
In honor of GEICO’s 75th anniversary, we’re sharing an image from GEICO’s past each month this year and inviting you to exercise your caption-writing skills.
These days, GEICO keeps most of its records electronically, but back in the 1970s, the business was much more paper-intensive. Records were stored in boxes – lots and lots of boxes – in huge warehouses like this one. It took a team of employees to keep track of it all, although this photo suggests that it was one person’s job. What do you suppose the chap with the clipboard was thinking amidst this vast array of boxes?