GEICO customer service brings delight to the masses

By on November 30, 2012 at 2:39 PM

Posted in: Marketing & Communications

Every day, GEICO associates all across the country are charged with a delightful duty: providing excellent customer service. In fact, delighting customers is a big deal for the company – so much so that we’re not happy just delighting the customers we talk to on the phone.

Now, you can experience the delight of GEICO’s customer service all over the Web.  Have just 10 seconds free in your day? Get a quick bite of delight with a “10 Seconds of Delight” video featuring Jim from GEICO customer service and some adorable guest stars. Want to dig deeper into delight? Check out a little magic trick from Jim, who can make the delight of GEICO customer service appear right at his fingertips.

There’s so much delight to come that we can’t possibly fit it all in one blog post. Keep an eye on the GEICO YouTube channel and Facebook page to ensure that you don’t miss your daily dose.


 

3 responses to “GEICO customer service brings delight to the masses

  1. Virginia says:

    I recently watched a television commercial that quite frankly left me stunned…I think We are supposed to get the idea that a young lady wanted to make out with a PIG. Did I get the message right ? or could you please explain to me what else was being said there,,,,We are really tired of stupid commercials .The pig on the airplane is bad enough .I guess that is all I needed to tell your advertising department or who ever is responsible for such.                                                                     Thank you for letting me vent
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

  2. Arthur says:

    Regarding the pig on a date commercial.  That is the poorest excuse for a commercial ever produced.  And I thought the cave man was bad.  It is completely demeaning and degrading to women everywhere and is totally morally offensive and repulsive.  Our society deserves better from you.

  3. Robert says:

    A parody on the phrase, “When pigs fly” and you are stunned?  Where is your sense of humor?  A pig portraying the man’s role and women should be demeaned, degraded, offended and repulsed?  What about the men? With such hyperbole, I’m surprised that the overused ‘outraged’ didn’t surface.  And by the way, women go out with figurative pigs all the time.

    My, how peevish and delicate we have become.  Whatever happened to the thicker skins of yore?  Perhaps this is the result of a coddled and protected youth.  Or maybe, we are just getting old.