Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Bank of America Brochure - June 1992

Since yesterday’s post was full of black & white photos, how about some more? If I wasn’t so lazy I’d look up the last day the Bank of America was on Main Street, but this must be one of the last brochures from the bank. It's dated June 1992 and tells the history of Bank of America.











The only mentions of Disneyland are on the back page and a brief note in the middle section talking about “the exhibit at the Disneyland office”.

3 comments:

Major Pepperidge said...

B of A left Disneyland in 1993, so this was right towards the end! I'd forgotten that they also helped sponsor It's a Small World...

Progressland said...

Forgot? Major, can I interest you in a thesaurus? ;)

keeline said...

Both my mom and my wife's mom worked for BofA and in the early 1980s they would "buy the park" for a September evening. We first met there on one of these nights and enjoyed having the run of the park without needing individual tickets. Of course, since it was the evening, some attractions were closed (eg Tom Sawyer's Island) but almost everything else was a "walk on" with little or no line.

When we were there, we often rode It's a Small World because of its BofA sponsorship. We were in the park last night and rode it for the first time since it reopened with the Disney characters added. We expected to dislike it but most of them were very subtle and blended well with the existing style of characters.

James