Kendall Alley, Wells Fargo’s head of community banking for the Charlotte region, played for Clemson University when the South Carolina school won its first and only national championship football game, in 1982.
Kendall Alley, Wells Fargo’s head of community banking for the Charlotte region, played for Clemson University when the South Carolina school won its first and only national championship football game, in 1982. Kevin Ziechmann KEVIN ZIECHMANN
Kendall Alley, Wells Fargo’s head of community banking for the Charlotte region, played for Clemson University when the South Carolina school won its first and only national championship football game, in 1982. Kevin Ziechmann KEVIN ZIECHMANN
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Wells Fargo’s Kendall Alley reflects on Clemson’s historic 1982 football title

December 30, 2015 04:47 PM

UPDATED December 30, 2015 05:11 PM

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