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Allstate Insurance Company is an insurance company based in Northbrook, Illinois. Founded in 1931 by Sears, Roebuck & Company executive Tom F. Wilson, Allstate primarily markets to middle-class families and small businesses in the American midwest and southern regions of the United States.

Allstate was founded in 1931 as part of Sears, Roebuck & Co.'s expansion into insurance that began with their purchase of life insurer Montgomery Ward that year. Tom F. Wilson, head of the auto repair chain Sears Auto Centers created Allstate as a brand name for tires and other automotive services; unlike other tire companies at the time who only sold tires under independent brands (like Goodyear), Wilson wanted customers to be able to buy Allstate-branded tires from the company. The company was named as such because it would be "The All-Star State united in one business."

Allstate is currently a subsidiary of North Carolina-based Transamerica in the United States and Canada, and also has a minor presence in Chile under the name Seguros Allstate. The logo for Allstate insurance is a white colored shield with a red banner at the top saying 'Allstate' in black letters. In addition to selling primarily to individuals, Allstate also sells policies that are meant primarily for businesses with employees, who may or may not use vehicles as part of their work duties.

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