VIA| There is a war on Christmas and stores are not fighting back for the sake of good sales.
The American Family Association haslisted several store that aren’t conforming to this world system.
They continue to support Merry Christmas instead of Happy Holidays.
1. Hobby Lobby
We were sure of this one. They playing Christian music in their store, close on Sunday so that employees can go to church with their families and of course support Christmas.
They have a dedicated page on their website that explains the real meaning of Christmas.
Belk joins Hobby Lobby in being one of the top-rated stores for supporting “Christmas” cheer and avoiding the politically-correct “Happy Holidays” way.
They celebrate Christmas but they wait till after Thanksgiving for the Christmas decorations:
“At Nordstrom, we won’t be decking our halls until Friday, November 23rd. Why? Well, we just like the idea of celebrating one holyday at the time. From our family to your, HAPPY THANKGIVING.”
They do the decorating on Wednesday so that the morning of Black Friday the store is transformed and everyone can join in on the Christmas fun at once.
JCPenney had Lesbian liberal Ellen DeGeneres on their advertisements in years past, but the corporation actually received a “Nice” score from the AFA for keeping Christmas a noticeable theme in its shopping experience in stores and online.
5. Home Depot
According to the AFA, the company uses the term “Christmas” all the time and are considered “Christmas-friendly.”
Please make sure you support these companies!