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Sara Harrison

Sara Harrison

Contributor

I have been a video storyteller for more than 30 years, starting my career in sports television with ABC Sports. I have worked as a video producer and director for ABC, NBC, CBS, ESPN, and other broadcast sports networks, covering the Olympics, college basketball, tennis, and golf — telling “up close and personal” stories about athletes. Now I am thrilled to share great stories about Wells Fargo.

Stories from this author


Small Business

Physical movement equals mental improvement

Ed Pinney started his company KidsFit on the notion that doing something good was as important as being successful — and achieved both by creating kinesthetic learning activities for schools.


Small Business

Harnessing the ‘power of plants’ for healthier living

After the stress of his previous job left Scott Harris worn down, he turned to raw juice. Today, he’s promoting the benefits of juicing — which he says is a healthy option for consuming more fruits and vegetables — through his company, Viva Raw.


Small Business

When a banking relationship ‘feels like family’

Small business owner Leatora J. Morse says the trust she has in her Wells Fargo banker “means everything.”


Innovation

Taking ATMs to the next level with card-free access

Wells Fargo now allows customers to use any of its ATMs by entering a one-time access code obtained from the bank’s smartphone app.


Business to Business

Expanding the ‘Vanderbilt’ experience at an iconic chateau

At Biltmore Estate in North Carolina, a long-standing banking relationship leads to a second hotel on the grounds.


Small Business

Life lessons from a millennial entrepreneur

Growing up, Harrison Rogers watched as his family found less-than-ideal education options for his sister with autism. As a small business owner, he’s working to change that for hundreds of families in Arizona.


Small Business

Young entrepreneur builds coffee buzz, and a legacy

For one millennial, finding the right business opportunity meant returning home to run a coffee and tea distribution business.


Business to Business

From hollow pursuits spring sweet rewards

R.M. Palmer Company has created holiday candies — like those chocolate bunnies you recall so fondly from childhood — since 1948.


Business to Business

Banking relationship and business grow in tandem

Wells Fargo expertise played a key role in helping the owner of a New Mexico remodeling company continue to expand his business.


Volunteering & Giving

Serving up food, song, and warmth to nourish L.A.’s homeless

Hundreds of volunteers joined celebrity chefs to prepare and serve a Thanksgiving meal for the LA Mission, feeding 3,500 homeless people.


Business to Business

Suh-weeet! Time was ripe for peach farm to grow its business

Titan Farms in South Carolina updates its packing operation to bring tastier peaches — and more of them — to its customers.


Small Business

Entrepreneur’s business teaches life lessons through football

A former high school coach in Arizona founded Authority Football, a small business that helps athletes with football (and life) fundamentals.


Business to Business

Food supplier recalibrates its business post-recession

After the recession, a Pennsylvania food distributor chose to sharpen its focus on service — and found new ways to grow.


Business to Business

Helping an agriculture company find its sweet spot

Wells Fargo helps the largest producer of cane sugar in the U.S. successfully manage its seasonal business demands.


Business to Business

‘Peace of mind’ for aging loved ones

Changing demographics are one reason Wells Fargo’s Senior Housing Finance team focuses on companies like Aegis Living — an operator of assisted living and memory care facilities.


Inside the Stagecoach

Health hazards can’t hold back teen golfer

The 16-year-old Succeeding Together essay contest winner relies on a “go to” team of supporters to help her overcome health, and life, challenges.


Volunteering & Giving

Safe haven for kids in a troubled neighborhood

A new teen center in the Lenox-Camden apartment complex provides kids with a safe place for homework and video games in their South End Boston neighborhood.


Business to Business

Risky business now less risky: Software provides safe shipment of valuables

Wells Fargo Insurance works with a company called TransGuardian to insure high-value packages — and ensure they are delivered safely.


Volunteering & Giving

Make-A-Wish princess becomes rodeo royalty

Alyssa Kalb of Foresthill, Calif., put 18 months of chemotherapy behind her to become a Make-A-Wish princess at the Folsom, Calif., Pro Rodeo.


Innovation

Fostering innovation with new tech startups

The new Wells Fargo Startup Accelerator provides funding, workshops and coaching for innovative tech firms in financial services.


Housing

Personal attention helps family keep their dream home

When the Taylor family of Ocean Springs, Miss., fell into financial difficulty, they turned to Wells Fargo for guidance and one-on-one assistance with a mortgage modification.


Volunteering & Giving

In mentoring a teenager, volunteer comes full circle

A Wells Fargo team member who was a “little” with Big Brothers Big Sisters now volunteers as a “big,” mentoring a teenager in Houston.