Bud Light has reportedly been getting hammered in the sales department for putting transvestite Dylan Mulvaney on some promotional cans.
You'd think they would have learned a valuable lesson about market forces, but rather than back down on the LGBTQ front, Bud Light went full bore and sponsored Pride parades around the country.
They are listed as a sponsor for the Cincinnati Pride Parade, listed as the presenting sponsor of the St. Louis Pride Parade, listed as a Diamond Sponsor for the Columbus Pride Parade, listed as a premier sponsor for the San Francisco Pride Parade, and listed as a sponsor of the Los Angeles Pride Parade. Cutwater Spirits, an Anheuser-Busch product, is listed as a sponsor for the Chicago Pride Fest, which features a children's drag show for performers 12 and up.
Clearly the company still has too much money if they're still donating to these events.
At the end of this article is a list of other prominent companies on the sponsors lists that clearly have too much money; sadly, it includes Fox News in the LA event.
It will be hard to boycott all these companies, but my family is looking at buying a little bit in advance this week, and just not spending any money on anything except at a local grocery store for essentials: milk, eggs, that sort of thing.
June can be the month of conservative savings.
Target | Fox News | Procter and Gamble| Activision/Blizzard | Delta | Kroger | Toyota | L'Oréal | Nestlé | USbank | Mars Wrigley | The Episcopal Church | Starbucks | Big Lots | Chase | Bath and Body Works | Abercrombie and Fitch | Discover | Geico | White Castle | Amazon | Hilton | United Way | McDonalds | Frito Lay | Nordstrom | Ikea | Kohl's | Ford | Levi's | Meta (Facebook) | Red Bull | Square | Wells Fargo | TikTok | Sony Pictures | Samsung | Coca Cola | Honda | Google | Lyft | Jeep | VW | Ulta Beauty | Kelloggs