Philadelphia freedom

By Ashley Grosh
May 12th, 2011

Photos from PhillyI am in the City of Brotherly Love and certainly feeling right at home among all of the Wells Fargo signs because we recently converted our Wachovia locations to Wells Fargo stores here in Pennsylvania!

When traveling, I try to walk or take public transportation as much as possible—it’s so much better than driving for the environment, a lot less expensive, and always a fun adventure. Actually, I’m at the Philly train station right now on my way to Washington D.C. to advocate for corporate environmental philanthropy.

Coming from Wells Fargo in Denver, it gives me such a thrill to see our presence on the East Coast, especially in Philadelphia (like the Hello Philly sign here in the station). It’s a city with such strong tradition and rich history—the place where many famous entrepreneurs and our founding fathers established our great country. I’ve already seen a great deal in my travels in Philadelphia, from the Liberty Bell to George Washington’s first executive mansion to the grave of Ben Franklin.

I’m very proud that Wells Fargo is here, helping this great city move forward!

Ashley Grosh

Ashley Grosh

As a Project Manager for Environmental Affairs, Ashley Grosh helps further the connection between banking and environmental initiatives with customers, communities, non-profits, universities, and Wells Fargo business groups. She earned a BA in Economics with a minor in Finance from the University of Colorado at Boulder, and is currently seeking an energy certificate program from the LEEDS School of Business.

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