Wells Fargo: 160 years

Wells Fargo: 160 years of serviceOn March 18, Wells Fargo celebrates our 160th birthday. On that date in 1852, Henry Wells and William Fargo, along with other investors and Directors, signed the Articles of Incorporation at the tony Astor House on Broadway in New York City.

Starting today, going through March 18th, Guided by History will present a selection of stories from the Company’s 160 years of service—people, events, then, now… Just a bunch of mash notes to our customers, about all the good times we’ve had being a financial services company. We’ll have lots of other stories on Facebook as well.

Wells Fargo’s brand includes guiding principles, as well as colors and fonts and stuff like that. One of these is to keep in mind Wells Fargo is with you now and over time.

We hope these stories over the next few weeks demonstrate that. And demonstrate that we apply this to our work every day.

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One Response to Wells Fargo: 160 years

  1. Michael R. says:

    “Out of many years and people, One Wells Fargo to serve nationwide and abroad.”

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