President Donald Trump a Boycott Goodyear tires, Talking about another type of boycott is the trend.
Calls for a boycott of consumers are on top of a pro-Trump display in the hobby lobby of the Arts and Crafts Store.
The hashtag #BoycottHobbyLobby has started trending Twitter user Carrie Breck shared a photo A display of decorative letters arranged to read “USA Vote Trump” and the caption “In a hobby lobby” were posted on Twitter Sunday. As of 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, the tweet had been liked more than 46,500 times and retweeted 12,100 times.
It is not clear whether the display was designed by a hobby lobby employee or a shopper. Hobby Lobby did not respond to a comment from USA Today.
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Eric Schiffer, chairman of the Los Angeles-based Reputation Management Consultancy, said the trending hashtag was “Trump wants Biden at the White House and is creating a reckless war with left-wing consumers.”
“Virtual boycott is possible, but it’s unlikely to last unless the hobby lobby doubles,” Schiffer said.
Hobby lobby controversies or boycotts are not unfamiliar.
In 2014, the Hobby lobby won a Supreme Court case that allowed their employees to be denied access to birth control, saying it was against religious beliefs.
The chain was reported in April Some of its stores are open Violation of state shelter-in-place orders when COVID-19 is forced to close certain areas during epidemics.
The Christian Post reported that David Green, founder and CEO of the Hobby Lobby, sent a letter on March 19 to all employees.
“While we do not know exactly what the future holds or how long this hurdle will last, we can all relax knowing that God has control,” Green wrote. “Help ensure that our company remains strong and ready to thrive once it passes, we all need to‘ tighten our belts ’in the near future.
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