Year of the Monkey

Wells Fargo’s Limited-Time Offers Aren’t Monkeying Around
When It Comes To Bringing Lunar New Year Festivities To The Southland

Riverside Lunar Fest, Downtown Riverside

Riverside Lunar Fest, Downtown Riverside

Wells Fargo announces that participating community banks will help customers celebrate Lunar New Year by offering “Year of the Monkey” promotions and by supporting community event sponsorships across the Southland.

As part of the Lunar New Year celebration, participating Wells Fargo locations are offering a limited-edition counting monkey coin bank to customers opening a new eligible checking account. The whimsical banks are designed to remind customers of the countless gifts the New Year brings. Select stores will also give customers festive red and gold envelopes for gifting money to loved ones, as a symbol of luck and good fortune in the year to come, as well as complimentary, colorful, artistically-designed, bilingual calendars and other seasonal gifts at select locations serving Asian communities through February while supplies last. For more information about participating Wells Fargo banks visit www.wellsfargo.com/yearofmonkey.

“Wells Fargo has a deep commitment to the Asian and Asian-American communities we serve. It is our belief that celebrating the diverse traditions of our customers and team members helps create strong relationships, and fosters a corporate culture of respect and inclusion,” said Evelin Martinez, Wells Fargo Inland Empire area president. “Traditionally, the monkey represents cleverness and curiosity which are characteristics Wells Fargo works to foster while helping the customers and communities we serve to succeed financially.”

1MonkeyAdditionally, there will be two new Year of the Monkey debit card designs on the Wells Fargo Card Design Studio, and as part of the Lunar New Year celebration Wells Fargo also sponsors several Southland events, including:

·Riverside Lunar Fest, Downtown Riverside (pictured)
·Têt Festival, Orange County Fair & Events Center
·25rd Annual Alhambra Lunar New Year Celebration, Valley Boulevard Alhambra
·2nd Annual San Gabriel Lunar New Year Festival, San Gabriel Mission District
·Asian American Expo, Rosemead
·2016 Monterey Park Chinese New Year Festival, Garvey Avenue Monterey Park
·San Diego Lunar New Year Têt Festival, Qualcomm Stadium San Diego

Author: Richard Sandoval

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