Seems to me that if Aaron Rodgers has his own personal State Farm agent who shadows him throughout his life, never leaving his side, watching his every move and answering any questions he might have about his insurance coverage- and is not paying one dime than anyone else who also owns all this property protected by State Farm insurance and does NOT have his very own personal State Farm agent standing by 24/7, well then he IS getting a Rodgers Rate.
Can anyone explain these stupid ads to me? Why does State Farm assign a rotating cast of insurance agents to hang out with Aaron Rodgers? Why would Aaron Rodgers want this? And how could this NOT cost more than an insurance company that is just there at the other end of the phone if you actually need to file a claim or ask a question? The implication here is that Rodgers expects his insurance company to provide a brown-nosing, grinning little bodyguard/toady as well as coverage. I mean, what the hell?