NJM Insurance Group and its agency partner, Brownstein, announced the launch of three new spots under the “No Jingles or Mascots” campaign platform. The fully-integrated campaign illustrates NJM’s ongoing commitment to putting their policyholders first, without the need for gimmicks.
The first TV spot, “Drive-Thru,” is a nod to how customers can feel when going through the process of choosing an insurance provider in the form of a familiar fast-food experience (including a roller-skating flamingo). In comparison, NJM’s service experience is distinctly people-focused, highlighting the company’s ongoing track record that has earned them over 9,000 five-star ratings on Trustpilot as of September 2022.
NJM has also embraced the spookiness of the season with “Halloween,” the second in the campaign to air for the brand this fall. The 30-second TV ad, with 15- and 6-second online video edits, feature various ghosts of insurance mascots haunting a policyholder’s new house to communicate NJM’s Auto & Home bundle discounts.
“Since the beginning of the “No Jingles or Mascots” campaign, we’ve continued to highlight the fundamentals of NJM’s core offering,” said Brett Samuels, Senior Account Planner at Brownstein. “But this time around, we get to take things to a deeper level and tap into seasonality, as well as the high level of service that NJM is known for.”
More work is on the way to round out 2022, as drivers and homeowners consider their coverage and expenses ahead of the new year. NJM will continue to emphasize that trusting an insurance provider shouldn’t come at the expense of savings or service.
These latest ideas continue to underline what truly matters when considering an insurance partner. NJM’s primary commitment is looking out for each policyholder’s best interests, and we take the time to help individuals understand their coverage, ensure it’s right for their needs, and explore ways to help them save — especially at a time when budgets are being stretched.Cam Maio, Vice President, Marketing at NJM Insurance Group