Even my employer, Wal-Mart, has been caught up in the Political Correctness as it pulls all related merchandise from its brick & mortar and online stores to appease...
Where does it end? If they pulled everything that offended someone they'd have little left to sell and I'd be out of a job as the corporation closed down.
What does all this have to do with me and my choice of a new bank? More than you might think.
When I decided to move from SoCal to Texas I chose a familiar, national, bank with its own history back to the 19th century because my current bank, at the time, didn't have branches in TX.
After I moved from my first Houston apartment to this one, at the end of last year, the thought occurred to me that I might want to sever the last financial tie to my old life as I headed off into a new stage of my life in Texas.
Earlier this month I began a little online research and found a bank that I liked; A Texas based bank, Frost Bank, based in San Antonio, with many branches in Houston. It's the largest Texas-based banking institution.
The website and brochures, picked up in a branch, as well as reading many interesting articles online, helped me learn it was one of the best and most respected banks in Texas and the nation.
The company is proud of its history, its founder and what it stands for as a bank dedicated to a personal approach to banking that it feels sets it apart and that has led families to do business with it for decades, even more than a century.