Progressive Commercial with Jon Hamm and a Mad Men Actress

Flo and her best buds at Progressive are back with another ad, this time featuring “struggling actor” Jon Hamm. Take a look then scroll down for more juicy info! Also, check out their latest ad and a massive flaw they overlooked in the commercial

He wants to talk with her about Progressive Insurance over dinner, presumably with them sitting at the table together, but she says she doesn’t talk on the phone during dinner. That’s a cold burn right there. Made me laugh out loud. I love the reaction of her starstruck friends when Jon pulls up.

Little known fact. Jon Hamm rose to fame on the show Mad Men. Well, Flo From Progressive is actress Stephanie Courtney. She’s been on Mad Men, as seen here answering the phones as character Marge.

Flo and Jon are around the same age, so is it too hard to believe that they actually could’ve gone on a blind date a few years ago? Perhaps there’s more to this new Jon Hamm & Flo storyline on the horizon!

Thanks for dropping in…

-Out of the Wilderness

Published by Ben Wilder

Since 2005, I've called Nashville home. I'm the leader of the pack, which includes an 13-year-old beagle and an 11-year-old blue heeler mix. My days include writing, video editing, and other fun activities. Thanks for checking out my blog, I hope you enjoy it!

One thought on “Progressive Commercial with Jon Hamm and a Mad Men Actress

  1. I have noticed over the years, progressive ads have been becoming more and more downright insulting to insurance agents. More and more their ads have shown how stupid their people are. Yes, they seem to know their policies, but have no clue about people. How do them hope to get along with customers if they can’t see beyond their insurance policy and can’t talk coherently with people. Again, you are making your agents look psychotic about insurance and forgetting the ok people they are dealing with.

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