State Farm Mascot commercial

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The mascot/fursuiter from the State Farm Mascot commercial.

The State Farm Mascot commercial is a commercial produced for State Farm Group and first aired in 2008. It was one of the first commercials aired in their "I'm There" advertising campaign.

The commercial show someone wearing a squirrel mascot suit, a mascot for a fictional "Scrappin' Squirrels" sports team, coming into the locker room, saying:

"Ya know, it's not all fun and games when you're a mascot. Every year I find myself where 'the season always ends' meets 'the bills never stop'."

At this point he removes his costume head.

"Ya know, that place where you realize even a squirrel can't live off peanuts? Well, maybe you don't, but believe me, I'm there."

It shows him standing atop a large, red dot, a hallmark of the "I'm There" campaign. Someone off-screen then throws a wadded-up towel at him, knocking off his glasses, to which he replies bemusedly, "Nice."

After the usual pitch of State Farm's insurance products, it returns to the mascot, with his agent Terry Stone standing beside him, saying the State Farm slogan, "Like a good neighbor, State Farm is there." The mascot then turns his head to Terry and says, "Ya know I wear this everywhere?" Terry raises an eyebrow at that. (Terry is a real State Farm agent located in Nashville, TN.[1])

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  1. State Farm Agent: Terry Stone
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