I'm almost embarrassed to say it, but I'm sort of turned on by Flo from the Progressive Insurance ads. Is this infatuation wrong? Should I seek counseling over wanting to consummate my internal passion for a slightly annoying woman who sells car insurance on TV ads? Flo -- of Progressive Insurance ad fame -- is so annoying it's almost sexy. Garnishing an extremely enthusiastic personality, heavy makeup, tricked out name tag, and retro hairdo, there's something about Flo that just does it for me, when she spews out phrases like, "And we're walking Somehow Flo is the type of woman I'd love to hook up with and never tell my friends or bring her out in public: Flo would be my secret-insurance-guilty-pleasure-concubine. Am I alone in my amorous captivation of the woman who pitches car insurance? I did a little web searching and apparently I am not alone with this secret infatuation.
Take off the trademark headband and wash away a pound of makeup, and you might not recognize Flo, the super-peppy insurance cashier for Progressive. Her real name is Stephanie Courtney, a comedian and actress from Los Angeles who has taken the insurance world by storm. As Flo she was an overnight hit when Progressive introduced her in Four years later, she is one of the most recognizable characters in advertising. But did you know that you have probably seen her before? We looked behind the white name badge to find out a little more about America's favorite female insurance character. Her mother is a singer and her father is a retired high school history teacher.
Progressive's iconic ad character, played by Stephanie Courtney, revs up the va-va-vroom in this tongue-in-cheek motorcycle-themed print campaign created by Arnold Worldwide with Buffalo Art Co. The work marks another departure for Flo from her familiar white-and-blue aproned commercial appearances, following her ectoplasmic turn in spots touting the insurer's sponsorship of the Ghostbusters reboot. Whoa, Flo Rida rocks some serious leather and pouty attitude.
Camp 2 is correct. Of all that's on TV - sitcoms, drama, news, etc. Yep, defintely more Camp 2 than Camp 1. Sad thing is she'd probably not give me the time of day. I am offended by your cheap attempt at helping George Soros make more money by helping market his company Progressive.