Capital One changes website logo to support Caps ahead of Stanley Cup finals
(WJLA) - When Washington Capitals fans say "ALL CAPS," they really do mean ALL CAPS.
Apparently, that includes large banking corporations. As the Caps get set to take on the Las Vegas Golden Knights in the Stanley Cup Finals Monday, Capital One has updated its logo on its official website to include the team logo's official font, complete with the signature hockey stick "L."
We personally think this is a Capital idea (sorry not sorry)!
Don't believe us? Here's more proof.
Capital One, the name of which is on the arena the Capitals call home, is just the latest entity to get in on Caps' Mania. The small town of Lovettsville, Virginia, recently changed its name to "Capitalsville" for the duration of the Stanley Cup Finals.
In the other direction, the city of Las Vegas and multiple business there are refusing to use capital letters and are spreading the hashtag #nocaps in support of their Golden Knights.
So, the the next time Samuel L. Jackson asks, "What's in your wallet?" just make sure your answer is in ALL CAPS.