ok so what...doesnt change anything...chick fil a still donates money to anti-lgbt org's like the fca...publicity stunts like that in orlando mean nothing unless they stop donating to org's with anti-lgbt agendas...
I don't think it was a publicity stunt, as almost no one even knew they did this. Having said that I don't think corporate gave the order to do this. I think it was probably the owner of the store that made this happen.ok so what...doesnt change anything...chick fil a still donates money to anti-lgbt org's like the fca...publicity stunts like that in orlando mean nothing unless they stop donating to org's with anti-lgbt agendas...
Does he even own a VW?...... maybe i shouldn't talk lolFinally the little man has made his way over from the Trump/Hillary thread. Rumor has it that he only joined this forum for the political conversation:fighting0030:
He's mad that they don't serve sausage. Yes, that kind of sausageit's good chicken, doe
Lmao. Gtfo the forumDoes he even own a VW?...... maybe i shouldn't talk lol
EDIT: also where's the "I never shopped there to begin with" option?
Maybe he's just slow? Dropped as a child?I just looked at his posts, he refers to his own car as "pos" and slow.
Businesses should stay away from publicizing their position on politics, religion, personal liberty issues, etc.
Nothing to gain but alienating somebody.
It's Business 101. You own a business, you're in the business of making money. Worrying about "addressing things" or "appealing to certain customers," works against that. Sometimes you have a business model or product that can take that hit and still be profitable (e.g. Chik Fil A), but for the most part, pissing off a certain segment of the population is just not a recipe for success. Period.Whaaaat. Sometimes you have to address things, and sometimes you image yourself to appeal to certain consumers, etc. Discount Tires move here doesn't make any sense though, except someone mentioning something about hemp competition. I'm sure DT calculated the risk of alienating costumers before doing whatever they did. I don't see most people caring enough to stay away from cheap tires and local store convenience in order to boycott DT, so maybe that's what DT thought too.