I just wanted to list here some of the companies that have decided, if you do not agree with their political ideology, then they are not interested in your business.
1st in SEO – A NM based internet marketing company. CEO Mathew Blanchfield sent a letter to the companies clients letting them know that any of them that had supported President-elect Donald Trump, to take their business elsewhere.
This company has the right, in my opinion, to refuse doing business with anyone. Of course, that street goes 2 ways. No one has to do business with “1st in SEO” either.
Whether you support Donald Trump or not, would you really trust doing business with a company that would hire a CEO who would throw away have of the company’s business because he was upset with the election results?
2. Turner LP Gas in Skowhegan, Maine. Michael Turner, the Owner of LP Gas left the following message phone message “If you voted for Donald Trump for President, I will no longer be delivering your gas, please find someone else.”
Now there was a story in the Portland Press Herald, that claimed LP Gas had not been licensed to sell fuel since 2012, so you may not have to worry about this one.
3. Nordstrom, Macy’s, Neiman Marcus, Belk, The Home Shopping Network, and Shoes.com
I grouped these last 7 together because the are all retail related and dropped the Trump lines. It is a bit different for store or ecommerce site to drop the line from a billionaire family, than it is for an established business refusing to service customers based on who they voted for. Also, these stores were put in a really tough spot. Trump protesters were calling for a boycott and if they gav