SBD/April 25, 2014/Marketing and Sponsorship

Several Top Wells Fargo Execs Headed To Charlotte For PGA Tournament

Wells Fargo is "gearing up to host as many as 3,000 clients at Quail Hollow Club next week" at the PGA Tour Wells Fargo Championship, according to Andrew Dunn of the CHARLOTTE OBSERVER. Wells Fargo CMO Jamie Moldafsky and Corporate Communications Head Oscar Suris, who are based in S.F., are "scheduled to be on hand." However, Wells Fargo Charlotte Regional President Kendall Alley said that company CEO John Stumpf "is not slated to attend." Alley added that former CEO Dick Kovacevich, a "tournament regular, will miss the event this year." Clients will be "treated to several meet-and-greets with professional golfers and Gary Williams of the Golf Channel." The wholesale and community banks also will "host clients at Wells Fargo’s uptown offices on Thursday night." Meanwhile, a new “Green Mile Village” on the "old 16th-hole fairway will offer tournament goers a new vantage point on the action, with food, cocktails, merchandise and a big video screen." The "new configuration of the back nine holes will give the bank’s guests a better view of multiple holes at a time, previously blocked by trees" (CHARLOTTE OBSERVER, 4/25).
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