Like, Wells Fargo

Like us on FacebookIn 2009, Wells Fargo History Museums launched a page on Facebook. We wanted to share our history and our events from the Museum point of view, stories that show how we connect with the community.

Since then, the “Museums Facebook page,” as we call it, has posted several hundred times about Wells Fargo team members, historical milestones, and community involvement. Our goal is to demonstrate our commitment to you and your community’s interests. The values we all share.

We were successful! We have about 5,000 fans and some pretty great stuff. So we will be moving our Museum and History presence on Facebook to the Wells Fargo Facebook page. Look for it there next week. We’ll have more of the same, as part of Wells Fargo’s larger page with tons more content. The Timeline is all about History.

Make sure you go to https://www.facebook.com/wellsfargo and Like us. We’ll see you there.

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