Peyton Manning’s partnership with Nationwide
Since 2014’s original "Jingle" ad, the former Denver Broncos quarterback has starred in many of Nationwide’s most memorable commercials.
From his classic, "chicken parm, you taste so good" line to his post-career hobby-turned-obsession in the latest "Peytonville" ads, Manning has enhanced the insurance provider’s public image with his everyman-charm.
Peyton Manning’s off-field wins
Manning’s endorsement deals go far beyond selling insurance. In total, the retired quarterback is speculated to make an average of $15 million every year as a spokesperson for Buick, DirecTV, Gatorade, Nike, Papa John’s, as well as Nationwide.
Combined with his earnings as a pro-football player and other sources of income, Manning’s endorsement deals bring his net worth to an estimated $250 million.
Nationwide’s success in the auto insurance industry
It makes sense that Nationwide would team up with such a well-known sports hero. The insurance provider knows a thing or two about success.
According to Forbes, Nationwide owns 2.68% of America’s auto insurance market, making it the 10th largest auto insurer in the country.
Fortunesays the company made a profit of $830 million in 2019 alone.
Should you choose Nationwide to cover you?
Nationwide has grown into the insurance giant it is today by providing some of the best customer service in the industry.
Consumer Reportsrecently gave the company a rating of 4 out of 5 for their claims handling process.
Nationwide’s premium costs are higher than the national average overall, but you can still save by choosing them, depending on your situation.