Skip to comments.Advertisers Come Out Of The Closet, Openly Courting Gay Consumers
Posted on 06/29/2014 9:53:04 AM PDT by Oliviaforever
A recent Chevrolet ad made its LGBT-friendly message clear: Against a montage of different families, including single and same-sex parents, a voice-over intones, "While what it means to be family hasn't changed, what a family looks like has."
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If they want to gear ads to two percent of the population while the other 98% decide to not patronize that particular business is fine with me.
A lot of Americans are paying attention. We’re going to make those “openly gay” homosexual boycotts look like a yard sale.
They are doing these ads to prove how liberal they are.
They are afraid of getting the Chick Fil A treatment. So they are bending over backwards to prove they are liberal and honor homosexuality.
Libtards come out from under the sheets to express hate for traditional families...
Yet remember JC Penny’s. Haven’t seen them around much.
Gay executives make gay centered decisions. Imagine that.
And then gay staffers in newsrooms report this as “braking” news.
Or bending over forward. And remember this is Government Motors.
Nothing like segregating the masses over a lousy 2-3% of the population.
If that’s the game corporate America wants to play I’ll try to choose carefully how I spend my money
“So they are bending over backwards to prove they are liberal and honor homosexuality.”
Fine with me. If they want to cave to the gay agenda, then they can kiss off any future business from those of us who still honor traditional marriage.
It won’t be long until Ford or Dodge counters with some ads that celebrate sexy babes and testosterone, I’m guessing.
Apparently they care more about homo customers than they do openly hetro customers.
Okay, so you don’t want my business Fine.
And GM had what, 20,000,000 recalls? They can't make cars but they can pander to a small minnority. The blueprint of success from Government Motors.
“They are afraid of getting the Chick Fil A treatment”
They only wish they could! Chic nFil A is racking up sales records!
I know that’s an irony of the Chick Fil A situation, that sales there actually increased, and Chick Fil A appreciation day was a great success.
Yet, due to the liberal bias of this culture and the media, the name of Chick Fil A is mud among the liberal types. Even though the controversy appears not to have hurt Chick Fil A, companies still fear being targeted by homosexual activists.
A good way to alienate 98% of your customer base. I hope the sales from courting the homosexuals makes up for a 98% loss in sales for your sake, but I doubt it will.
When do you think Chevrolet will court the Amish?
If you’re not appealing to every minority community, be that racial or in terms of sexual orientation, you’re missing out on market share.
- Robert Klara, “Adweek”
Right there they are proving that they are willing to pander to any any all groups, no matter how small or objectionable to the dominate Christian and conservative community.
Notice, that they never do aim ads towards Christian Conservatives.
I will never, ever buy a GM product.
That’s the way a free market works.
Yep. JC Penney redux. When GM wakes up scratching from fleas, I’ll be driving a foreign car.
The `83 Chevy truck in my driveway is the last GM product I’ll buy. Ef `em.