Friday, 9 November 2012

An Unusual Bank



To celebrate the 130th anniversary of the founding of Banco Sabadell, earlier this year the Banco organised a campaign 'Som Sabadell' as a way of paying homage to the people of the city.

The above is the 'flashmob' that the Banco arranged as a final culmination with the participation of 100 people from the Valles Symphony Orchestra, the Lieder, Amics de l'Opera and Coral Belles Arts choirs.

Somehow I don't foresee any British bank showing such appreciation.

6 comments:

Apogee said...

Very enjoyable, but you are right.I do not see any bank in UK doing anything along these lines,its not in their way of thinking.

Brian said...

Very nice but the band is playing the signature tune of the mob that got the Spanish banks and national economy up the creek. Probably picked the music to improve their chances of getting another dollop of bail out cash.

As for British banks, didn't we have Howard singing in the good old days?

Brian said...

PS, Perhaps the "Ode to Joy" should be retitled "Owed to ECB" ;)

subrosa said...

I thought it a pleasant gesture Apogee.

subrosa said...

I shouldn't think the choice of music was an error Brian. :)

Erm... yes. The one bank anyway.

subrosa said...

Clever!!

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