WELLS FARGO & CO. BUILDING IN L.A.

OK BEFORE I COMMENT ON WHY THIS BUILDING IS PICTURED ON THE BLOG…READ THE STORY OF THE COMPANY WELLS FARGO & CO. THAT OWNS THIS BUILDING.  THEN READ MY COMMENT UNDER IT.

After reaching its goal of lending $1 billion to African American business owners by 2010 two years early, Wells Fargo & Co. has set a new goal of lending an additional $1 billion by 2018.

This will allow Wells Fargo to raise its cumulative lending to African American businesses to $2 billion over the next 10 years.

“Reaching our $1 billion goal two years early is a testament to the growth and entrepreneurial vision of this important segment of the U.S. economy,” says Brenda Ross-Dulan, senior vice president and national spokeswoman for Wells Fargo’s African American Business Services program.

Wells Fargo’s African American Business Services program has been in operation for the last 10 years. As part of the anniversary celebration, Wells Fargo will expand its relationship with the National Black MBA Association by sponsoring the association’s Entrepreneurial Institute.

San Francisco-based Wells Fargo (NYSE: WFC) is a diversified financial services company with $609 billion in assets. Wells Fargo Bank has more than 40 branches in the San Antonio/Hill Country region. CREDIT TO NOELIFE.COM

OKKKKK, SO NOW THAT YOU KNOW ABOUT WHO OWNS THE BUILDING I WILL SAY MY COMMENT:  IF YOU ARE EVER IN L.A. AND YOU HAPPEN TO SEE THIS BUILDING…GO INSIDE AND SPILL YOUR GUTS ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS PLANS AND HOPEFULLY YOU TOO MAY BE THE RECIPIENT OF A NICE INVESTMENT CHECK!!!!   THE END.   COMMENT IF YOU WANT TO.

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