Isaiah Mustafa Actor It: But there's a vaguely flirtatious flavor to the women's interaction—if you squint hard enough and wish it were so. Tell us what you think about this feature. Sorry for any confusion. As giant insurance companies go, Progressive does seem awfully hip and … progressive. Stephanie Courtney is Flo - who is the very hot redhead talking to her? Statements from the company have made it clear that they have no intent to remove the insurance marketing icon that rocketed them to the top of the insurance ladder.
That Girl in The Progressive Insurance Commercials
He is an actor and producer, known for Meet Dave , Glee and Sully And she just sold you a bunch of car insurance. She thought it was all CGI. He is the author of Grounded: Illuminoius Illuminoius 4 years ago 8 why did you include two options on the poll that don't answer the question? Sign Up for free or Log In if you already have an account to be able to post messages, change how messages are displayed, and view media in posts. Not that Strozier minds the work.
The new approach included flashbacks to Flo's youth, ensemble cast members like Flo's sidekick, Jamie, and Pickles the dog, set changes, alternate worlds, and a spin-off starring "The Box. It has its own Social Security number. It's worth remembering that Progressive has a famously nontraditional corporate culture. After the clerk finds a lower coverage rate, she suggests that the first guy will now be able to buy his watch back. Statements from the company have made it clear that they have no intent to remove the insurance marketing icon that rocketed them to the top of the insurance ladder.
The idea is that Millenials will engage more with a humanized brand with which they share something in common. Progressive dubbed their bubbly representative Flo. Will she be selling flat tire insurance to that one kid in the wheelchair? Flo is a fictional salesperson character appearing in more than commercials for Progressive Corporation , beginning in Trumped up charges from the negativity brigade, picking nits with such vitriolic vim and vigor.