Can’t say I’m sad over this. I’m sure there are a lot of good people who work for JCP. I worked for them in the appliance service center many years ago and used to buy a lot of my clothes and my children’s clothes there. Their promotion of homosexuality totally turned me off and I hope a lot of other businesses that promote homosexuality will face the same fate.
I think I saw 2 male mannequins humping each other in a JC Penny....
Money that used to go to middle class retailers like Penneys, Sears, and WalMart is now going toward buying groceries and filling your gas tank. Democrat policies are killing the middle class.
WalMart is hanging on because of food stamps. A department store like Penneys has to survive without government assistance. I expect that soon Penneys will announce a round of store closures.
We’re heading toward late 1800’s France and early 1900’s Russia.
Gay C. Pansy can bite the dust. We still have the fond memories of the great family retailer it once was.
I’ll dance on it’s grave.
Obviously he could SERIOUSLY INCREASE SALES, if he would simply announce that coddling to the gay community was a mistake and that JC Penny is again a “family friendly” store.
But that would likely violate his “morals”.
The only things I buy through the Penney catalog are bath rugs and towels. They have a nice color selection.
I stopped shopping at our nearby store because of the employees. Most are Hispanic and either they have an attitude or don’t speak English very well.
I now shop at Kohls for mostly everything.
I am completely shocked that Pennies is still open. The whole chain should of gone bankrupt 20 years ago.
Many people, including many FReepers, refuse to see the connection of this flailing struggle with the retailer’s openly coddling sodomites.
Open your eyes!
They should start catering homo “weddings”.
They were doomed from the day they quit selling guns.Along with Sears and K mart.
So how did cozening up to the homos work out for ya, JC? Maybe snubbing the values of 98 percent of your customers in favor of 2 percent (who won’t shop at your stores anyway) wasn’t a great business decision ...
I like Penney’s. Just last weekend I got 2 cami’s for $5 each, and a really cute mint colored suit. They carry the ANA clothing line which is my favorite. I’m rather busty and ANA tops are cut a bit bigger along the bust line than just about any other clothing line.