Posts by Andrew Kauz

Weaves, waffles and panthers in new ‘Easier Way to Save’ commercials

By on February 8, 2012 at 3:01 PM

What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done to save money? That’s the question GEICO asks with its “Easier Way to Save” television campaign that has featured guinea pigs rowing a tiny boat and a day care run entirely by robots. Now, the zaniness is back with a new round of commercials that depicts even more […]

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Learn the Gecko’s Texas two-step and submit your own video

By on January 27, 2012 at 2:28 PM

It seems like only yesterday that the Gecko visited a Texas honky-tonk bar and busted some moves the likes of which had never been busted by humankind or geckokind. In fact, his dancing prowess has inspired a sudden new movement online: The Gecko’s Texas Dance Party. Sadly, the Gecko can’t visit everyone on his journey […]

Posted in: Marketing & Communications, On the Web


New Year’s Resolutions from the Gecko

By on December 27, 2011 at 4:28 PM

While the Gecko may be busy doing the two-step in Texas and posting about his journey online, he’s not too busy to think about the year ahead. With the end of the year just a few days away, he has passed along this list of his top resolutions for 2012. I will finally change the […]

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Gecko Portrait featured in New York City art gallery

By on December 16, 2011 at 8:09 AM

When the Gecko began his journey across America, he knew it would take him from sea to shining sea and through amber waves of grain. No one could have predicted that it would take him into one of New York City’s eminent art galleries. This month, The Kathleen Cullen Fine Arts gallery will feature a […]

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The Gecko takes a social media trip across America

By on November 29, 2011 at 3:33 PM

How long would it take a gecko to travel from sea to shining sea? While GEICO’s new commercials may offer brief glimpses into the Gecko’s journey across America (so far leading him from the office parking lot to New York City and Texas), his journey will be far more comprehensive and interactive online thanks to […]

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