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Financial Gameplan: Small Business Impact

Chase and the Golden State Warriors launched a seven-week program for students to pitch a business plan for Ahmed's Moving Express, a Chase small business client.

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Welcome Rookies

Golden State Warriors players share their advice for this year's incoming draft picks.

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[groovy music]

MC:

With the second pick, the Golden State Warriors select...

Jordan:

Wow. I get to say rook? Whoa. Okay, okay, dear rook. Welcome, welcome to the program, welcome to the team. It's an amazing culture here and you're surrounded by a lot of staff and a lot of players who are excited, and hungry, and want to win.

Jordan:

You're coming into an amazing situation, so just be ready to work but more importantly, have fun.

Alen:

Dear rook, my advice to you would be: just listen to the vets. They want the best for you and for the team. That's how you're going to get better.

Kevon:

Dear rook: you're time on the team, it's gonna be a lot of work, it's gonna be a lot of fun. My advice to you is pass stuff and play the ball, and you can go a long way. [chuckles]

END

An Insider's Perspective with Damion Lee

Golden State Warriors guard Damion Lee shares the changes he made to his daily routine as a result of the pandemic.

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[groovy music]

Kelenna:

Hello everybody. I'm Kelenna Azubuike. I'm here today with Golden State Warriors guard Daimon Lee. Welcome to an inside perspective presented by Chase. Damion, when the NBA suspended its season back in March and eliminated the Warriors from playing the bubble, how did you spend your time and kept up with priorities?

Daimon:

Well first off, Kelenna, I want to thank you for having me here. Of course thanks JPMorgan Chase for putting on this event. Yeah, I mean when the season was suspended, it was kinda tough, you know? We were trying to figure out what to do even around the house, what things we could do obviously social distancing-wise. So, I mean, my wife and I, we've got bikes, we started riding around where we live; bought a piano, started playing the piano. And then once golf courses started opening back up, really got trying to work on my golf game, of course. Basketball workouts as well.

Kelenna:

What did training conditioning look like before you were able to access the team facilities?

Daimon:

Being at home, like I kind of mentioned earlier, we did biking...biking and stuff, just a couple of light jogs, took the dogs on walks. It was definitely a lot of in-home work. It was weird because I only had three sets of dumbbells. I have like 70s, 50s, and 30s. And tried to get creative with those workouts, but there was a certain point where I was just kind of maxed out and changing workouts to maybe doing a bunch of jump ropes or something.

Kelenna:

I gotcha. Here's an interesting question: were you able to achieve a goal that you didn't have enough time for before the pandemic hit?

Daimon:

I wouldn't necessarily say it was a goal, but obviously life's slowed down, so I got to sort of get in touch with family and friends, maybe people that I didn't talk to as much, felt like life was moving too fast. I felt like me and my wife really got to connect a lot more during this whole process.

Kelenna:

Yeah. That's kind of what I've been hearing too from a lot of people. They get a little more family time, you just take advantage of it. It's the situation you're in. I like that. What has been the hardest part for you during this quarantine time, you think?

Daimon:

I think it's not being able to play basketball. Like always… I mean we're so used to having a routine and having something sticking to it and having that oasis or that release that we could have. I think not having that for the first two months or so, trying to figure out what I wanted to do, definitely had a lot of drinking games going on with friends and families, whether it was like Zoom happy hours or something, just trying to pass time, but-- I think probably the hardest part was getting a routine and then sort of sticking to it.

END

Tyler Florence Cook-Along

Chef Tyler Florence demos how to prepare a signature dish from the menu at his new restaurant, Miller & Luxe, opening soon at Thrive City at Chase Center.

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[upbeat music]

Tyler:

Hey everybody. I'm Tyler Florence. Welcome to the Wolf it Down test kitchen. We are so excited to be cooking with you today. This is Matt Masera--

Matt:

Hello.

Tyler:

--our corporate chef. And welcome to our cook along sponsored by Chase. We've got a great menu for you today. I know you're absolutely going to love it. We're going to make summertime thick cut pork chops with a peach and panzanella salad, celebrating all the great flavors of this particular season. Let's jump into it, welcome to Wolf it Down.

So let's start talking about what we're going to make today, right? So we're going to make summertime pork chops, right? And I-- listen, I like pork chops anytime of the year. And when I mean summertime pork chops, these are going to be really, really simple. We're not going to grill them because we're here in the studio, but we're going to pan fry them, and then finish them off with a delicious lemon butter with lots of fresh herbs. And we're also going to brine it really fast, just to kind of create some really intense flavor inside the pork chop. It's a great recipe, it's really simple. Let's start talking about some of our ingredients before we get going here. So we've got the whole thing roadmapped and you know exactly where we're going to go with it, right?

So what we have here is a quart of just room temperature water, right? And then we have three-fourths of a cup of each, of kosher salt and then light brown sugar. We have a teaspoon of coriander seeds. We have a teaspoon of black peppercorn. We have about maybe a fourth of a bunch of fresh thyme. This is one of my favorite flavors of pork, for sure, right? And then we have four cloves of garlic, one lemon that we're going to cut into slices. All of it for the most part, just kind of dump and stir. So this is pretty easy.

Okay, so we're going to start off with the water. All right, that's going to go in first. And you definitely want this room temp so the salt and the sugar dissolve. Now we're going to add the coriander...peppercorns...the fresh thyme...the garlic...and we're just going to throw it in whole. And then we're going to slice the lemons. This specific brine recipe is not designed for the long haul. So this is like an hour, hour and a half.

Matt:

Yeah. Like two, three hours tops.

Tyler:

Tops, right? Anything more than that, it'll actually start to just pickle the meat. It's not an ideal situation for the pork chops, right? So if you want to set this, and then kind of set a timer for two, two and a half hours, you're going to be in great shape. And you'll definitely notice the difference. They'll be heavier when they come out of the brine, because they'll actually absorb some water on the way out.

So we got four of these. We're going to throw these in. Check it out. So you want to drop these in, submerge the pork chops, take so many ingredients, make sure they're started from the bottom. Now we're here. We got a nice little arrangement. They all look really, really great. This is going to taste delicious. So now we're going to take this, it goes in the fridge. We're going to let it sit for about two hours. It's going to be absolutely perfect.

We've been working on a restaurant project with the Warriors at the Chase Center, right on the back of Terry Francois Boulevard. We're going to build a steakhouse called Miller & Lux. And it'll be that place that you can come and relax before the game, after the game, get a big fat, dry-aged steak, boiled to perfection, and just have a really, really good time. Fantastic restaurant coming to the Chase Center around the holidays when the Warriors come back to play, and it'll feel so good to be back there. And can't wait to open up what we know is going to be the hottest restaurant in San Francisco.

Matt:

Yeah.

Tyler:

Yeah. So not bread in the bag.

Matt:

Nope.

Tyler:

All right. We're going to drizzle some really good extra virgin olive oil right on top. Give it a nice toss, a little bit of salt. Sheet pan...all right? Make sure it is evenly spread out so it doesn't stack up. So you definitely want each piece of bread to kiss the bottom of the pan. So in the oven, five minutes flip it, five minutes back in. Should be 10 to 12 minutes tops.

All right, so let's talk about our ingredients for our pans and our salad before we get started. These are really, really gorgeous heirloom tomatoes, about a pound. And then we're going to chop these up into nice pretty chunks. And then we're going to fold these in with just two ripe peaches. We got a hothouse cucumber, about half of one. We've got a half an onion that we're going to julienne. Then we've got a Fresno chili...red wine vinegar. We've got a little bit extra virgin olive oil, some acid, some peach, salt, pepper, and then we're going to bang it together. And it's really, really lovely.

But that's not all folks, that's not it. We're going to be finishing this with fresh basil. We have some burrata cheese, which is going to be really good too. All this stuff chopped up, tossed with the bread, and then finished with the cheese, lots of fresh basil. Sensational summer salad. Okay, so we've got these tomatoes and we're just going to break these down.

We'll go and toss this in a bowl. Look at that color. Isn't it beautiful? Peaches. And then we're just going to cut these into these big fat wedges. We're going to julienne this onion.

[cutting]

Pop this right on top or on the side here. And then we're going to take our hothouse cucumber, cut it right in half. We cut the halves in halves. Then we're going to take the cucumbers, turn them on a bias, and just cut nice, pretty slices out of this. I'm going to put these right on top. And again, I'm stacking everything up because I just want to toss this one time because everything is so ripe that if you just stir and stir and stir--

Matt:

You're going to break the mush.

Tyler:

You're going to smash them up. Okay, last but not least our chili here. We're going to cut this in rings. Little ring of fire. And then we're just going to hit it with red wine vinegar, extra virgin olive oil, the best olive oil you can get your hands on. All right, we'll do the salt and a little bit of pepper. And I'm going to give this a toss, and then we're going to set this aside, and let everything kind of macerate for a little bit. The juice, right, that's going to collect in the bottom is going to taste like quintessential summertime.

All right, 12 minutes on the nose. And we've got really beautiful great croutons. Now you can hear them snap, crackle, popping. They're super, duper hot right now. We're going to set this aside for a couple of minutes. We'll start the pork chops. And then in a little bit we'll kind of start tossing this all together and then we'll show you that beautiful burrata. You're going to love it, this is just such a great dish.

Okay, so we've got the pork chops, which are looking really, really good right now. They've been in the fridge for just over two hours, right? We're going to sear these just enough to get a nice little brown color, and then we're going to turn the temperature down just a little bit, and kind of let them cook all the way through. We're going to start and finish them on the stove top in this pan.

Okay, so we're going to add a decent amount of olive oil to the bottom of the pan. We want to make sure you cover it. So you get a really, really great sear. And then it also starts to kind of go up the sides of the pork chop. So it's nice and even all the way around. Now, pork chops are going in. Okay, one, two, three...nice golden brown color. Look at that, man.

So I'm going to turn the temp down just a little bit, right, because we don't want that super hard, hot heat. Now we just want to just kind of like pull the heat through until they're cooked perfectly. And then we're going to go for like a nice 135 so it carries over to 140. So we got a nice medium temperature. In my opinion, that's the best way to do pork, right? It's so nice and juicy, it's great.

All right. Now we're going to cut up some herbs. So this again is just like nice lemon butter, herby lemon butter finish. So we got some chives and some parsley. And you can pretty much add anything to this you want. Fresh thyme, rosemary. A lot of different ways you could spin this.

All right guys, so we got our herbs cut, our parsley, and our chives. Okay, we're going to assemble our first course. Bread in. Now I take our salad here. All these juices are starting to kind of come together. Look at how vibrant the color is too, right? Juicy tomatoes, incredibly ripe peaches, crisp cucumbers, savory onions, spicy Fresno chilies, all coming together, just screaming summertime. You got some fresh torn basil and it's hand torn. And then we have our burrata cheese that we're going to throw at the top of this too.

These are two loaves of burrata that are made locally here in the Bay Area, right? Gorgeous. And then we're going to go one right in the middle. You've just got this really pretty beautiful presentation. A little more fresh parsley on top. Each tomato panzanella salad finished with really delicious extra virgin olive oil. Now pork chops, okay? We're going to take our butter. We're just going to drop this right in the pan. All right, pan's nice and hot. We're going to base this. And then once it's nice and foamy, we'll finish it with the fresh herbs right at the last minute so they don't turn brown.

Now we're just going to finish it with lemon juice. Nice and bright right through the end. And then we're just going to finish it with our parsley and our chives.

[sizzling]

Tyler:

Straight to the plate.

Matt:

Beautiful.

Tyler:

Nice job, man. All right, man. So this is it, brother, check it out. Amazing summertime fantastic recipe.

Matt:

Oh yeah.

Tyler:

This is--

Matt:

This is a family favorite. Yeah. This is instant family classic.

Tyler:

Really quick, really easy. You're ready to dive in?

Matt:

Oh, absolutely.

Tyler:

What are you going to do first? You're going to go for a pork chop? You're going to go in for this delicious juicy peach panzanella salad? What's it going to be?

Matt:

I'm going to go pork chop.

Tyler:

I'm with you. Oh god is it delicious. It's perfect. It's great. It's simple. It's really, really clean. I love that. Okay, good. You got to taste test this stuff, right? All right, I'm going to go for this nice, big bite of cheese here, right?

Matt:

Here we go.

Tyler:

[breathes heavily] Wow. That literally just screamed summertime.

Matt:

Yeah.

Tyler:

Dude that is so incredibly delicious. I loved every bit of this. My God, the peach panzanella salad, juicy perfect, screaming summertime. And that's no joke the best pork chop I've tasted in a really, really long time because it's just clean, simple.

Matt:

Yeah, simple.

Tyler:

It's so great. Download this recipe, check it out. I know you're absolutely going to love it. Also, pay attention to chase.com/experiences for more recipes, content, and perks brought to you by Chase. And Matt and I will see you this holiday season at Thrive City at the Chase Center with our brand new steakhouse Miller & Lux. Thanks so much for hanging out with us and thank you Chase and thank you the Golden State Warriors. And we'll see you guys soon. Take care.

END

Meet the Warriors Gaming Squad

The Golden State Warriors 2K team discusses challenges associated with the current season, including remote play.

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[soft synth music]

Gradient:

Season 2 to 3, obviously remote play is tough, you know, everyone knows that.

Jin:

We would have been a little bit better in person, on-stage, since...I mean we had four of our guys return from last year, four of the strategies from last year come back to the team.

CB13:

Last season, you know, I was a rookie. Obviously I was drafted 10th overall by the Warriors. You know, as a team we finished well, but me personally I didn't really hold up, you know, my end of the bargain. I didn't play too well.

Retaining somebody after a season like I had in season 2 really isn't too common. So this off season, I really grinded hard. And you know, the results are showing this season. I've gone from 11 points per game I think up to, I think is was like 31 or 32 this year.

Announcer:

Takes it away! What a second quarter here for Charlie! He brought them back within four!

CB13:

Thanks to those guys for, you know, having that trust in me after a tough season 2.

Jin:

And then we only added two more people that would thrive in that environment, that atmosphere.

Slaughter:

It's a lot different. It's a lot more serious here. It's a lot more detail-oriented and stuff like that. And everybody holds each other accountable. There's a clear direction on where we want to go. There's a clear set of goals we wanna accomplish before the season. So it's a lot more like smooth here, than I would say in a lot of other organizations.

Announcer:

...It's Slaughter that comes down with it! And he throws a dot to the corner. Wow!

[smooth music]

Jin:

As well as Matty, he's someone that is really loud. Most of the time he's probably the loudest in the room, so...

Matty:

Last year, when I, I played point guard for the Pacers and I had three really loud and emotional and rowdy guys with me. I didn't feel the need to really be rowdy and loud. I was the point guard. I had to be like the calm head. Like "Alright guys, we're good." But this year, playing power forward. I'm not the point guard. I'm going from corner to corner. And I'm barking, I'm emotional, I'm loud, I'm yelling every good play.

Announcer:

Be smooth crazy shot from...

Matty:

I'm telling Kina and Smoove that they're the best every time they do something good. I'm telling Sammy, I'm getting hyped ever time he dunks.

Announcer:

They got numbers… and Gradient, Oh my! Goes full helicopter, two hand jam!

Matty:

I'm yelling at Slaughter every time he gets a board. I'm like really excited and I'm really hyped. So it was just two different things for me.

Jin:

Both of those guys would thrive in that environment and then obviously last year we had a lot of success. And this was all done in person so, I mean… We still found a way to have a lot of success this season which means a lot. Especially with everything going on in the world.

END

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Financial Gameplan

In partnership with the Golden State Warriors, MyPath and College Track, Chase launched a financial health program for Bay Area youth.

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Side note:

Upbeat music with guitar chords plays.

Logos:

The NBC peacock. The Chase octagon symbol.

Text on screen:

NBC Sports - Commitment to the Bay Area. Presented by...Chase.

Side note:

Legal disclosures appear.

Text on screen:

Deposit products provided by J.P. Morgan Chase Bank, N.A. Member FDIC.

On screen:

A diverse group of young women and men walk into a Chase branch for a special event. Then, we hear a voiceover by the event's host, as video clips show different students (many wearing shirts that read "College Track, San Francisco.")

MC:

Welcome everybody. We are absolutely thrilled to have you guys here. Chase, and the Warriors, and College Track, and MyPath have developed a program that is designed to help students such as yourselves transition from college into the workforce.

On screen:

At the Chase branch, seats face a large screen and two tall director-chairs. The screen displays the Chase octagon symbol and the words: "How can we help you today?" Two large banners read "Financial Game plan presented by Chase" and show logos for Golden State Warriors, Chase, College Track, and My Path. Next, a woman with short brown hair, light eyes and glasses, Amy Wallace.

Text on screen:

Amy Wallace, VP of Western Region Global Philanthropy, JPMorgan Chase.

Amy:

We launched the Financial Gameplan because at Chase, we believe that young people today having money skills is just as important as having academic skills.

On screen:

The host (a man with glasses and a gray blazer) addresses the audience of students:

MC:

I'd like to introduce Stephen Curry!

[cheering]

On screen:

Stephen Curry, wearing a denim jacket, and a stylish hoodie, walks in and shakes hands with the host. A group of fans, seated in the front row, smile widely. Here, Stephen Curry speaks to the students.

Stephen Curry:

The level of discipline and consistency it takes to even be here and just understand that this whole thing can help you and you can pick up one nugget from here, if we say or anything that happens in here that can point you in the right direction, that's important.

On screen:

The young men and women listen, with focused attention. Then, a close-up of Amy.

Amy:

We want to equip young people not only for career and college success, but also give them the foundation of financial skills that will enable them to have a lifetime of success.

On screen:

A young woman holding a microphone stands next to Stephen. She wipes away tears of happiness while asking a question.

Female Audience Member:

What would you change about how you manage your money?

Stephen Curry:

[mumbles] That's a great question. And honestly as I've learned, I was not always the best as saving. But I would save more.

On screen:

Stephen Curry mingles and takes pictures with the students. Then, a woman with light hair and glasses, Margaret Libby.

Text on screen:

Margaret Libby, CEO and Founder of My Path.

Margaret:

To just see the young people listening to Steph Curry and just-- he's so, he's such a natural, obviously on the court but also in a situation like this of just talking to young people in such an authentic way. He was amazing.

On screen:

A young woman with long black hair and a Golden State Warriors cap, Chelsea Stewart.

Text on screen:

Chelsea Stewart.

Chelsea:

To see Steph Curry talk so seriously about financial planning, budgeting, and the importance of saving really made a difference for me because these things we learn about, but to see an actual superstar live these out, live these principles out really made a huge difference in how we see financial planning.

On screen:

Smiling students (many wearing College Track shirts) gather around Stephen Curry, who also smiles.

END

Chase Block Party

To celebrate the opening of Chase Center and the 2019 US Open Women’s Finals, Chase invited Bay Area residents to enjoy a day of family fun.

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On screen:

Outside, Chase Center, a gleaming, circular arena, overlooks the San Francisco Bay. A crowd of men and women gather at the Center's outdoor plaza. Then, a man with short brown hair, Chad Schyvincht.

Text on screen:

Chad Schyvincht, Attendee.

Chad:

Unbelievable. The brand-new Chase Center!

On screen:

Close-up of Sandra Torres, a dark-haired woman, standing with a girl.

Text on screen:

Sandra Torres, Attendee.

Sandra:

It's the Warriors new home.

On screen:

A montage shows Golden State Warriors basketball players meeting and taking pictures with fans, in front of a large sign showing Chase logos. Then, a man with black hair and a blue jacket, Karl Habib.

Text on screen:

Karl Habib, Attendee.

Karl:

We're here with the Chase Center at the Block Party.

On screen:

Outside the Chase Center, a massive video screen shows programs at the arena's entrance and visitor tents line both sides of the outdoor plaza. Then, Max Cruz, a young man with short hair and sunglasses, stands with his two friends.

Text on screen:

Max Cruz, Attendee.

Max:

We arrived and we showed our Chase Card and they were generous enough to provide these very luxurious cushions for us.

On screen:

Women wearing blue shirts and white Chase caps hand out foam cushions displaying the Chase logo, with the octagon symbol. A woman gives a Chase cap to a boy. Then, a man with a goatee and wearing a "Giants" shirt, Isaac Anderschat.

Text on screen:

Isaac Anderschat, Attendee.

Isaac:

They've got food. And they've got a beer garden. They've got different booths back there offering lots of discounts for Chase members.

On screen:

Chase Center Block Party attendees enjoy hotdogs and beer. Children have fun playing games, like mini tennis (on an inflatable court) and Jenga with large blocks. A woman and her young son fall backwards into a pit of inflatable balls.

Side note:

Someone shrieks, happily, in the background.

On screen:

A close-up of Chad.

Chad:

It was awesome to come here and actually hear the Warriors speak.

On screen:

On a small stage, Jordan Poole, a man with dark hair, glasses, and a "Warriors" sweatshirt, sits between two other guests and speaks to an audience using a microphone.

Text on screen:

Jordan Poole, Garden State Warriors Player.

Jordan:

I’m extremely excited.

On screen:

A woman with a gray hijab, Meenakshi Abbi.

Text on screen:

Meenakshi Abbi, Attendee.

Meenakshi:

Looking forward to getting my picture taken with a Warrior.

On screen:

A smiling Warrior poses for a picture with a man holding a toddler. They stand in front of a large sign displaying Chase logos.

Text on screen:

Kevon Looney, Garden State Warriors Player.

On screen:

A diverse group of people watch Serena Williams on the Chase Center's enormous outdoor video screen - measuring 74 by 42 feet. Next, close-up of Jazz Burney, a man with a dark beard and stylish blazer.

Text on screen:

Jazz Burney, Attendee.

Jazz:

We're watching the U.S. Open. Watching Serena Williams.

On screen:

Folks gather to watch the broadcast on the huge screen and voice their appreciation.

Attendee 1 (V.O.):

You don't get a bigger TV than that to watch tennis on.

Attendee 2 (V.O.):

And you can see it from almost anywhere.

On screen:

A group sits on the grass, outside the Chase Center, and shares the experience of watching the U.S. Open in real time.

Group of Attendees:

Awwww!

On screen:

A brown-haired boy, standing with Isaac, Oliver Anderschat.

Text on screen:

Oliver Anderschat, Attendee.

Oliver:

I played tennis and I got a face paint.

On screen:

At the Chase Center Block Party, children get tennis instructions on a small outdoor court and a woman uses face paint to make kids look like Skeletor and Spiderman. Next, a close-up of Jasmine Penney, a dark-haired young woman, standing with Jazz.

Text on screen:

Jasmine Penney, Attendee.

Jasmine:

This is a great way to kick off the Chase Center, to have all the kids and families here.

On screen:

As the Chase Center Block Party continues, a man holds up his fluffy white dog, children play together on the grass, and Oliver happily waves his fists in the air.

Oliver:

It's awesome!

Text on screen:

Make More of What's Yours (registered trademark).

Logos:

The Golden State Warriors.

Chase.

Text on screen:

Proud Partner of the Golden State Warriors.

END

Chase Customer Benefits

Chase customers get more at Chase Center with perks like early entry, access to Chase Lounges and more.

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On screen:

Men and women arrive at Chase Center, a brightly lit, circular arena with a spacious outdoor plaza. Then, a man with black hair and brown eyes, Frank Nakano.

Text on screen:

Frank Nakano, Head of Sports and Entertainment Marketing.

Frank:

So tonight is epic for us. It's the opening of the Chase Center, first time ever in downtown San Francisco that there's been a venue of this caliber.

On screen:

Smiling sports enthusiasts stand in line inside the large Chase Center. A man holds a sign reading: "Authentic Fan." Then, a woman with long brown hair, Suzanne Cohen.

Text on screen:

Suzanne Cohen, Head of Branch and Local Experience.

Suzanne:

As Chase cardholders, whether they're credit card or debit card, gets special perks when the go to the Chase Center. So as a Chase customer, you're a bit more of a VIP.

On screen:

Gleaming silver letters, on a wall, read: "Chase V.I.P." Then, Frank speaks offscreen.

Frank (VO):

We opened up the branch, customers came in, they got swagged up a little bit so they could come into the game.

On screen:

A montage shows Chase cardholders at Chase Center socializing with refreshing drinks, enjoying appetizer plates, and using their Chase cards to gain V.I.P access to the building.

Frank (VO):

Chase cardholders got to come into the building early before the general public.

On screen:

A bearded man with a baseball cap, Barry.

Text on screen:

Barry, Chase Cardholder.

Barry:

Well the Chase lounge just felt really exclusive, hospitality area for people with Chase cards. And with the early entry, we kind of felt like we had extra access into the venue. So it was a really, really great experience.

On screen:

A montage shows men and women enjoying the comfortable seating and full refreshment bar at the stylish Chase lounge.

Frank:

The client experience here is like no other. They not only got in there early, but there are discounts throughout the whole experience. 50 percent off for Chase credit and debit cardholders.

On screen:

A sign shows that Chase cardholders receive 50% off their total cart at Alicia's, where they can purchase queso and veggie tamales, premium beer, Aquafina water, and refillable soda cups. Next, a young man, working a register, addresses a Chase cardholder.

Cashier:

Would you like that to give 50% off of your Chase card?

On screen:

A woman with pulled-back auburn hair, Shellby.

Text on screen:

Shelby, Chase Cardholder.

Shelby:

I genuinely feel like having a Chase card made every single thing about my experience here better than if I didn't have it. So it's really good to be a Chase customer at Chase Center.

On screen:

In the arena, at Chase Center, a diverse group of Warriors fans and Chase cardholders cheer in their seats. Some hold signs reading: "It's Our Game."

Logos:

Golden State Warriors. Chase.

Text on screen:

Proud partner of the Golden State Warriors.

On screen:

The Chase octagon symbol appears, with the text:

Text on screen:

Chase. Make More Of What's Yours (service mark).

END

Chase Experiences®

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*Chase cardholders will be eligible to receive up to fifty percent (50%) off select Golden State Warriors merchandise purchased through shop.warriors.com (the “Offer”). This is a limited time offer. While supplies last and subject to availability. Offer expires at 11:59 P.M. PST on Thursday, November 26, 2020. Offer does not apply to fees and taxes. Offer cannot be combined with any other offer or discount. Offer is non-transferable, has no cash value and is not redeemable for cash or cash equivalent. Offer may be revoked or modified at any time. Other restrictions/exclusions may apply.

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