You Might Be…

You might be a Wells Fargo History Museum Buff IF…

 

 

 

  1. "Steppin' out" wear for the Museum set (Click for larger image in a new window)You can tell the difference between a Concord coach and a Celerity wagonClick here to learn about third-party website links
  2. You never refer to stagecoach drivers as cowboys.
  3. Your Netflix list includes "Stagecoach," Click here to learn about third-party website links “Winds of the Wasteland” Click here to learn about third-party website links and “Wells Fargo.”
  4. Your idea of work clothes means petticoats or sleeve garters.
  5. You know more about the history of Wells College Click here to learn about third-party website links than about your own alma mater.
  6. You write more blog entries for Guided by History than you do for your own blog.
  7. Your vacation plans include visiting other Wells Fargo History Museums.
  8. Your kids have their pictures taken in the replica stagecoach at least once a year.
  9. Your coworkers from other departments think you have the coolest job at Wells Fargo.
  10. You agree with them!
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3 Responses to You Might Be…

  1. Megan says:

    Not only do my kids visit the museum often but ask “When can we go visit the stagecoaches?”

  2. melissa says:

    My friends rolled their eyes and had to pretend not to know me when I squealed in excitment after finding a copy of “Stagecoach” with John Wayne on DVD at a garage sale for a dollar…

  3. Anonymous says:

    wow…who has worked for Dave Letterman?

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