Car insurance has evolved a lot over the years and Esurance along with it. From the introduction of our apps for iPhone®, Android™, and Windows® Phone to easy online and mobile claims reporting, we’re always looking for ways to improve our game.

This year, as the official car insurance sponsor of the US Open, we’re giving you a chance to evolve your game through the Play with the Pros Sweepstakes.*

Enter the sweeps for your shot at:

  • A trip for 2 to L.A.
  • 3 luxurious nights at The Westin Long Beach
  • 2-on-2 time with the Bryan Brothers at the exclusive Malibu Racquet Club
  • An iPad 2 preloaded with tennis tips from the pros
  • And more

Whether you’re a tennis ace or just a big fan, you can amp up your game with the Bryan Brothers.

And if you’re headed to the US Open this year, be sure to find us there for lots of cool perks and giveaways.

A word (or 10) from our legal team

iPad 2 trademark is owned by Apple Inc. Neither this promotion nor Esurance is sponsored or endorsed by Apple Inc. *Play with the Pros Sweepstakes, brought to you by Esurance. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. Open to residents of the 50 US/DC 18 or older at time of entry. Void where prohibited. Sweepstakes begins at 12:01 a.m. PT on 6/30/11. Online entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. PT on 9/30/11; mailed entries must be received by 10/7/11. Odds of winning depend on number of entries received. WINNER MUST TRAVEL ON SPONSOR-
SPECIFIED DAYS OR PRIZE MAY BE FORFEITED. MEETING WITH BRYAN BROS SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY. ARV of grand prize; $4,250. Subject to official rules. Sponsor: Esurance Insurance Services, Inc., 650 Davis Street, San Francisco, CA 94111. © 2011 Esurance Insurance Services, Inc. CA License #0G87829

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about Heidi

Heidi brings 8 years’ experience to her role as Esurance’s copywriting manager. As a bona fide lit nerd and sucker for anachronism, she spends her days trying to incorporate Hemingway, Frost, and Shakespeare into car insurance (with varying degrees of success).