I spotted this scaffold recently and I'm stumped.
From Chase: "If there's a scaffolding, we're under it."
Is it trying to convey:
- That branches are always under construction? (and is that really a good thing? or on brand?)
- That branches all have dark entrances where you might be splashed by runoff?
- A new Chase initiative to put up a scaffold in front of every branch?
- Something else?
It's might be about Chase's connection to, and ubiquity in, New York City, where scaffolds are aplenty. But that's not what the line says at all. Do you have a better explanation?