Posts by Guest Blogger

New Year, new career: If you’re into IT, GEICO might be right for you

By on December 15, 2014 at 11:54 AM

By guest blogger Hope Buehler, human resources Are you looking to kick off the new year with a boost to your IT career? GEICO – a proven online and mobile industry leader – seeks IT pros skilled in .NET, Java, Guidewire, SQL DBA/DB2, UI / UX, TomCat, Apache, Middleware, Big Data Administration, and iOS and Android […]

Posted in: IT @ GEICO, Working at GEICO


Giving Tuesday, GEICO style: Recycled Ride eases single mother’s hardships

By on December 9, 2014 at 3:29 PM

By guest blogger Michael Young, public relations I hope you all survived this year’s post-Thanksgiving shopping bonanza. Maybe, like me, you even brought home a couple of sweet Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. But let’s toss aside the shopping for now and focus on what I call the crown jewel in this string of […]

Posted in: Odds & Ends, Working at GEICO


What Veterans Day means to me

By on November 11, 2014 at 10:08 AM

By guest blogger Johnny Underwood, GEICO Military Team Manager and retired Command Sergeant Major, U.S. Army Veterans Day is my day. It’s my day to ponder why I freely gave 30 years to the U.S. Army, to our country and to the citizens of the United States. It’s my day to remember my military teammates: […]

Posted in: Odds & Ends


GEICO joins the People’s Marathon

By on November 5, 2014 at 3:23 PM

By guest blogger Andy Jones, Fredericksburg Running a marathon or participating in any endurance event can change your life. It can change how you feel about yourself and how you compare yourself to others, because when you’ve run a marathon, you have done something that most people will never do.  A marathon is 26.2 miles […]

Posted in: Odds & Ends


WRAP honors GEICO’s efforts to combat drunk driving

By on November 3, 2014 at 4:15 PM

By guest blogger Michael Young Mangia! Mangia! There’s not much I enjoy more than an Italian feast. I joined several of my colleagues for just such a meal at an Italian eatery a short walk from our offices at GEICO’s corporate headquarters on Oct. 17, but the food was hardly the focus of the day. […]

Posted in: Safety and Insurance Issues


The day I got my Gecko on

By on October 3, 2014 at 3:35 PM

By guest blogger Richard Blake, event marketing Not many are called, and even fewer are chosen, but this past Monday, Sept. 29, it was my turn. The GEICO Gecko was invited to the NASDAQ MarketSite in New York for the 11th annual Advertising Week – and I was invited to BE the Gecko! I jumped at […]

Posted in: Marketing & Communications


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Fredericksburg business interns work with management and offer business solutions

By on September 12, 2014 at 1:43 PM

By guest blogger Brittany Thompson, human resources  “The best parts of interning at GEICO were the many opportunities I had to develop my professional skills and network with talented, driven people.” – Finance major Philip Brown, Penn State Our GEICO interns in Fredericksburg this summer were busy! They didn’t just learn about and observe the […]

Posted in: Working at GEICO


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Teen Drivers: GEICO’s got a website just for you

By on August 29, 2014 at 10:12 AM

By guest blogger Poojah Ganesh You passed your driver’s test and got your driver’s license. Good for you! You even got a car to drive to school and other places without needing Mom and Dad to chauffeur you around. That’s pretty exciting, isn’t it? But your parents worry about your safety, especially when you’re driving […]

Posted in: On the Web, Safety and Insurance Issues


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Teens: Are you ready to drive to school for the first time by yourself?

By on August 20, 2014 at 11:20 AM

By guest blogger Poojah Ganesh, communications intern The back-to-school shopping is finally done. You’ve got some new clothes and supplies for school. You’ve also texted your friends on where you plan to meet before class starts. You’re all set for the first day at school … right?                   Not entirely. This school year is going to […]

Posted in: Safety and Insurance Issues


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Motorcycle fans revving up for some fun at Sturgis

By on August 1, 2014 at 10:54 AM

By guest blogger Poojah Ganesh A city with fewer than 7,000 residents, Sturgis, South Dakota, sits amid serene mountains and rolling hills. For the most part, the winding roads that pass through this part of the state are quiet, with little traffic. But all of that changes during the first week of August each year, […]

Posted in: Marketing & Communications


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