BofA calls them Heritage Centers, including San Francisco, Charlotte, Boston, Los Angeles and Wilmington. A BofA facility in each these five cities is home to a gorgeous, professionally-produced “interactive museum.” The first one opened in Charlotte in January, 2006.
The bank says it created its Heritage Centers so people could “experience our story firsthand through artifacts, documents, illustrations and video.” The Heritage Centers dwell on BofA’s role in the development of industries, infrastructure and various public works projects. Each installation features around 150 artifacts.
BofA’s Heritage Centers are open to the general public. They are also used for new associate orientation, internal associate events, community receptions and various other events.
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