Are you currently battling credit card or student loan debt, or trying to pay down a mortgage? According to Capital One’s Financial Superpower survey , 65% of adults in San Francisco admit to having financial weaknesses, with 50% revealing that they have an overall fear of dealing with their finances or don’t even know where to begin. Of those cities surveyed, San Francisco is the most impulsive city, with nearly a third of residents saying impulse purchases are their biggest weakness.
To celebrate National Superhero Day on April 28, you can discover your own financial superpower by visiting a Capital One Café in San Francisco on April 27 for Capital One’s Financial Superpower experience, a four-paged comic of interactive, high-tech posters, developed by veteran Hollywood and comic book designers and illustrators, available through June.
Using the imaginative and conversational style of traditional comics, the interactive experience is intended to incite an open conversation around finance that can sometimes be difficult to start.
In addition to the in-Café experience, look out for Capital One’s Superhero Squad, who will be surprising and delighting consumers with random acts of kindness and lending a helping hand throughout the day.
For more information, tweet @CapitalOneCafe #FinancialSuperpower or visit https://www.capitalone.com/financialsuperpower
• What: Capital One’s ‘Financial Superpower’ experience
• When: April 27 from 7AM- 6PM (available through June)
• Where: 101 Post Street San Francisco, CA 94108
The Capital One Financial Superpower Survey was conducted by Wakefield Research among 1,000 nationally representative U.S. adults, ages 18+, and to 500 adults in each of 8 designated market areas (DMA), 5,000 people in total: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Philadelphia, Boston, Miami, Seattle, Denver between March 30 and April 9, 2018, using an email invitation and an online survey.