Posts by Greg Marsh

Memory of the Month: Let me take you to the beach

By on June 26, 2015 at 2:06 PM

Each month, we share an image from GEICO’s past and invite you to comment or exercise your caption-writing skills. As I’m writing this, we’re expecting the temperature to approach or possibly exceed 100 degrees today in the D.C. area. What better time to take a trip to the beach (at least, in our minds)? This […]

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Memory of the Month: A river runs through it

By on May 28, 2015 at 2:36 PM

Each month, we share an image from GEICO’s past and invite you to comment or exercise your caption-writing skills. OK, maybe it’s more of a stream or creek than a river. Heck, it might have only been a gully. But whatever it was, GEICO associates crossed over it easily in the early 1960s, thanks to […]

Posted in: Odds & Ends, Working at GEICO


Memory of the Month: Let’s play two!

By on April 28, 2015 at 3:03 PM

Each month, we share an image from GEICO’s past and invite you to comment or exercise your caption-writing skills. Be still, my heart. I’ve been playing softball for at least 35 years now, so scenes like these really appeal to me. Back in the day – and I’m guessing that day was around 1970 – […]

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Memory of the Month: luck of the Irish

By on March 18, 2015 at 10:14 AM

Each month, we share an image from GEICO’s past and invite you to comment or exercise your caption-writing skills. I started my GEICO career some 21 years after this woman ascended to the throne of GEICO’s Irish Fellowship Club. Here, she’s apparently dictating some royal edict to her court scribe. What her other duties and […]

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Memory of the Month: Dynamic duo

By on February 24, 2015 at 2:50 PM

Each month, we share an image from GEICO’s past and invite you to comment or exercise your caption-writing skills. We revere Leo Goodwin here at GEICO. He was GEICO’s founder – a man who gave up an executive position at another insurer to launch his own insurance company. Without agents, contrary to what was by […]

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Memory of the Month: Clearing a path

By on January 30, 2015 at 10:03 AM

Each month, we share an image from GEICO’s past and invite you to exercise your caption-writing skills. I love this picture. Can you guess why? Back in the late 1990s (about when this photo was taken), before the Gecko made his debut, GEICO was using an advertising slogan along the lines of “Safety is our […]

Posted in: Safety and Insurance Issues, Working at GEICO


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Honor Dr. King’s legacy with a Day of Service

By on January 16, 2015 at 2:24 PM

Looking for a meaningful activity you can engage in on Martin Luther King Jr. Day? How about achieving greatness? “Everyone has the power for greatness,” Dr. King said, “not for fame, but greatness, because greatness is determined by service.” And opportunities to serve will abound on Jan. 19. Wherever you are, if you do an […]

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Memory of the Month: Winter wonderland

By on December 30, 2014 at 9:02 AM

Each month, we share an image from GEICO’s past and invite you to exercise your caption-writing skills. GEICO was the first auto insurance company in the nation to offer around-the-clock telephone service, which we pioneered in 1981. Ever since then, you can call us at any time of the day or night, weekends and holidays, […]

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Memory of the Month: ‘I was born a Ramblin’ Man …’

By on November 28, 2014 at 9:23 AM

Each month, we share an image from GEICO’s past and invite you to exercise your caption-writing skills. OK, maybe I wasn’t born in the back seat of a Greyhound bus, rollin’ down Highway 41, like it says in the Allman Brothers’ song, but I did spend chunks of my “formative years” in the back seat […]

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Memory of the Month: In your face!

By on October 29, 2014 at 12:08 PM

Each month, we share an image from GEICO’s past and invite you to exercise your caption-writing skills. Here’s a motivational tactic that hasn’t really stood the test of time. During the early part of my career, though, this one was quite popular. Managers would challenge their teams to meet certain goals, and if the teams […]

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