Why Do the Chevron Towers on Market Street Use Polar Bears for Holiday Decoration?

I don’t know, these polar bears at first looked to be part of some art installation, but it turns out that that’s just the way the managers of the buildings at 555 and 575 Market Street decorate for Our Winter Holiday.

O.K. fine. But Chevron’s an oil company, right? Most of the employees shipped out to San Ramon a while back, but are there a few left up there?

Oh well. Presenting the Bear of the Decade and Symbol of Global Warming, Ursus maritimus:

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This one looks a bit weasly (or ferret-ty), huh?

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Enjoy your polar bears, workers at Chevron Towers….

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One Response to “Why Do the Chevron Towers on Market Street Use Polar Bears for Holiday Decoration?”

  1. 575 building worker says:

    Someone asked us if it was a political statement. Seriously? They’re just bears. It’s been the elevator small talk conversation of the month though.

    Chevron hasn’t been in our building for years. I don’t know why it’s still called the Chevron building.

    I’m loving the bears. It’s so different than the standard tree, wreath and empty large presents (which is such a tease).