Handing Down USAA For Generations Commercial

by Hank

USAA has been putting out some great commericals lately on television with their latest campaign. Here is the latest USAA commerical, “Mine Was Earned”.

How many banks and financial institutions in America can say that their customers hand down a legacy of using their products and services from one generation to another. Speaks volumes…


Pat S June 22, 2011 at 9:25 am

USAA is a great company. I use them for almost every financial product I can.

Jerry July 1, 2011 at 3:20 pm

I use USAA for my banking and insurance, and these are the kinds of commercials that lead me to be even happier with them. Awesome. Thanks for sharing!

LT December 28, 2011 at 8:40 pm

Please do not believe this hype. After being a “member” for 26 years I slowly began to move away from them in ‘2007 and feel fortunate that I came away scarred, but not irretrievably broken. The blatant and complete disregard for their long term “members” is indescribable. Please believe me when I say that being a “member” of this entity can be detrimental to one’s own financial well being. [Only by accepting responsibility for the actions of those whom we have given our power away to, can we truly heal ourselves.]

PAT September 3, 2013 at 8:31 am

What does “Steven Gilliland” (future USAA member) say in the USAA commercial?

A McGhee October 16, 2013 at 9:38 pm

Kudos to USAA for their commercials! I especisally like the latest (Oct, 2013) as it depicts America, representing all of the faces that sacrifice for many!

Hank G. October 28, 2013 at 9:41 pm

I hate these commercials because they’re simply not true. Nobody “earned” their USAA insurance flying around the moon in 1971. Astronaut Roosa was eligible for USAA insurance well before he flew to the moon, and his service as an astronaut had nothing to do with it.

The same goes for the rest of the people in the commercials. At the time, you were eligible for USAA insurance if you were a U.S. Military officer, a member of one of the service academies, or in an officer training school.

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