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I just saw the newest Wells Fargo Christmas commercial and thought it was great. The horses get a snack while on a delivery run.
I know there a few on here that don't have cable and may not have been able to see it. It is on Youtube " The Stagecoach and the Snowmen " Really cool.
Like it myself .
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kybob, I'm sure you may not even be aware of this and I really don't like throwing a bucket of ice water on your thread but I really have to say Wells Fargo's role in the sub-prime mortgage fiasco thoroughly soured me. My wife worked corporate level for a very respectful bank who never touched sub-primes and had one of the top investment portfolios in America. They were bought out by Wells Fargo for the sole purpose of their top investment portfolio so as to shore up their over exposure to sub-prime mortgages. In fact, Wells Fargo Bank was the largest sub-prime mortgage holder out of the too-big-to-fails, remember, those who Americans bailed out for their fiscal corruption.
So, while their commercial may somehow play to some old time American heritage of sorts, the bank turns my stomach for what they did at the expense of The People.
Sorry, I'm just not quite over it yet and think we need to remember what some of these too-big-to-fails did.
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I just liked the horses
I hate to say it but even as neat and old time nostalgia as such ads may be, we should never forget about all the skeletons in the closets of such companies that screwed over this country and view them only as another form of damage control. But look on the bright side, we all may be riding horses again very soon !
Wells Fargo along with Bank of America are both anti-gun. I wouldn't soil the bottom of my shoes by walking through their doors.
Where's the link?
I wish who ever writes the regular television shows, could do as well as some of the commercials. Used to be a show, "funniest commercials" and it was more interesting to watch than many of the shows, especially the ones based on alleged life in NYC, and southern CA Hollywood extremes.
And they wonder why the Duck guys are so popular. Its because REAL America watches them, not the NYC crowd and fruit loops living in commifornia.
Two things that have never and will never be successful... the "war" on poverty, and gun control laws.
I didn't know about Wells Fargo anti gun stance but BOA Is pretty well known.