Allstate became an official insurance sponsor of NASCAR, with the "Allstate 400 at the Brickyard" as its cornerstone.
Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf Coast, becoming the costliest natural disaster in U.S. history with estimated industry-wide, insured losses of nearly $40 billion. Allstate employees and agencies and The Allstate Foundation together contributed more than $6 million to help thousands of victims rebuild their lives.
InformationWeek named Allstate one of the nation's top 50 innovative users of information technology.
Allstate was ranked as the second most-admired company in the Property & Casualty industry by Fortune magazine.
Allstate introduced Your Choice Auto®, breaking the mold of traditional product offerings and providing more choices, innovative features and enhanced safe driving rewards.
The Allstate Foundation launched a program to address economic challenges of domestic violence survivors.
Hispanic Business magazine names Allstate one of the "Top 50 Companies for Hispanics."
Allstate initiated ProtectingAmerica.org, a broad coalition that sought to better prepare and protect Americans from natural disasters.
The Allstate Foundation published a report on teen driving that included original research on teen attitudes and behaviors about driving. As one of the most comprehensive reports on the subject, it helped launch a program that addresses the number one killer of teens: motor vehicle crashes.