Worcester Business Journal

May 2, 2022

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Learn more at bankofamerica.com/worcester What would you like the power to do? ® Visa and Visa Signature are registered trademarks of Visa International Service Association, and are used by the issuer pursuant to license from Visa U.S.A., Inc. BankofAmerica, N.A. Member FDIC. Equal Credit Opportunity Lender © 2022 BankofAmerica Corporation. All rights reserved. BankofAmerica will become the first U.S.-based bank to transition all of our credit and debit plastic cards to at least 80% recycled plastic beginning in 2023 — an innovation that we expect will reduce single-use plastic by more than 235 tons per year. Not bad for a card that weighs only 0.18 ounces. So, with recycled plastic in your wallet and a digital wallet on your phone, you're joining a movement to protect our planet. Edwin T. Shea, Jr. President, Bank of America Worcester "We're working alongside our clients and partners here in Worcester to help shape the low-carbon, clean energy future we all want. As our clients reduce greenhouse gas emissions, we offer innovative ideas, our talented team and financing to help them meet their net-zero goals." Making a difference one card at a time Making a difference one card at a time

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