Kelloggs are losers, after name-calling half of their customers, then Nordstrom dropped Ivanka Trumps clothing line. Nordstrom chose the rioters and vandal’s threats over that of many of their best customers. The Ivanka clothing line quickly reaches NO1 clothing line on Amazon. Accounts are being closed and those offended spend big in other stores.
This is just a couple of the poor decisions that a few big Companies have made, bringing progressive politics into the boardroom. Alienate half of your customers is a good business decision?
REVENGE OF THE TRUMP WOMEN: Suburban women ditch Nordstrom and go on a cash-waving rampage to support Ivanka Trump.
A viral video shows a group of women storming into a Nordstrom to cancel their accounts in response to the retailer’s decision to stop selling Ivanka Trump’s fashion brand, promising to shop at Dillard’s instead.
On Wednesday, Laurie Ray posted a video on Facebook of herself and seven other women — some wearing shirts with photos of President Donald Trump that say “Haters Gonna Hate” — walking into a Nordstrom in Chandler, Arizona, with handfuls of cash to cancel their accounts, The Daily Mail reported.
“I’ve been shopping at Nordstrom for 30 years,” one woman in the video says, speaking into a telephone. “Because of your decision to drop Ivanka Trump, I will no longer shop at your store, nor will my husband or our nine children or our eight grandchildren.”
Instead, the women say they are “headed to Dillard’s to buy all kinds of stuff.” Dillard’s continues to sell Ivanka’s brand.
Smart move. It’s on Amazon, too!
Boycotts occasionally work, but mostly the boycotters end up losing over the boycotted.
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Update from Instapundit: The mainstream media have lost half of their readers over the past 16 years, first there was BDS, Bush Derangement Syndrome, and now PTSD, President Trump Success Disorder. President Trump, still winning. Now that’s a winning boycott for the Trump Train. Another business fail for Media Companys.
Update: Trump, again.