Posts by Greg Marsh

Hoosier insurance company?

By on March 20, 2013 at 12:01 PM

It’s a pretty good feeling to work for a company that comes to people’s aid when they’re in dire straits. But sometimes, events occur that make me even prouder of GEICO than I usually am. For example, after Superstorm Sandy left the Long Island and New Jersey coastal areas in shambles, GEICO associates arrived on […]

Posted in: Working at GEICO


Memory of the Month: Play ball!

By on February 28, 2013 at 2:02 PM

Each month, we share an image from GEICO’s past and invite you to exercise your caption-writing skills. GEICO associates work hard to provide our customers the best service possible. But after the bell rings (Yes, we used to have a dismissal bell here at the corporate headquarters back in the day – and you sure […]

Posted in: Odds & Ends


Memory of the Month: A place for everything …

By on January 31, 2013 at 3:45 PM

Each month, we share an image from GEICO’s past and invite you to exercise your caption-writing skills. … and everything in its place! Each of the bins atop this shelf was dedicated to a specific type of claims paperwork, and the slots below were each reserved for a particular claims associate. These ladies were tasked […]

Posted in: Claims, Odds & Ends


Memory of the Month: Top-shelf record-keeping

By on December 28, 2012 at 8:43 AM

Each month, we share an image from GEICO’s past and invite you to exercise your caption-writing skills. Back in the Bronze Age – OK, it was 1984 – when I started at GEICO, this was a common sight. Vast expanses of floor space in our headquarters building were dedicated to policy files. Oh, we had […]

Posted in: IT @ GEICO


Memory of the Month: Giving what we can

By on November 28, 2012 at 11:14 AM

Each month, we share an image from GEICO’s past and invite you to exercise your caption-writing skills. GEICO has always been about service to the customer, first and foremost. When it comes to delivering on the promise we make when policyholders purchase our products, we give them our best. But giving is a big part […]

Posted in: Odds & Ends


Thankful for my company

By on November 21, 2012 at 9:56 AM

I have a lot of blessings to count at this time of year (and any other time, really). I’m basically healthy, happily married, and gainfully employed. I’m particularly thankful for my company right now, but not just because GEICO pays my salary. The recent hurricane/superstorm reminds me that my company serves a critical role in […]

Posted in: Odds & Ends


Veterans Day: a special day for the nation – and for GEICO

By on November 8, 2012 at 4:10 PM

Certain ages correspond with certain types of mail. The surest sign that you’re turning 50, for example, is not gray hair or creaky joints – it’s the invitation from AARP to take advantage of that organization’s myriad benefits for folks who’ve hit the half-century mark. And if you HAVE turned 50, you probably recall another […]

Posted in: Odds & Ends


Memory of the Month: Careful where you point that thing

By on October 29, 2012 at 11:19 AM

Each month, we share an image from GEICO’s past and invite you to exercise your caption-writing skills. GEICO associates take their jobs seriously, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a little fun every now and then – especially when Halloween rolls around. This time of year, you might find all sorts of ghouls and […]

Posted in: Odds & Ends


Memory of the Month: Anchors aweigh!

By on September 28, 2012 at 2:37 PM

Each month, we share an image from GEICO’s past and invite you to exercise your caption-writing skills. Based on some of the legends I’ve heard about long-ago goings-on in this fountain, which still graces the corporate headquarters, whatever this young woman is up to seems pretty benign. It appears she’s christening a model sailboat that’s […]

Posted in: Odds & Ends


Maxwell needs your vote

By on September 14, 2012 at 4:45 PM

Maxwell, the piggy who got his start going “Weeeee! Weeeeee!” all the way home in a GEICO ad and has since appeared in several more spots, is now a candidate for Favorite Ad Icon of the Year. But Maxwell won’t be able to defeat his rivals – who include that salesgirl from another insurer – […]

Posted in: Marketing & Communications


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