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NEWSLETTER: #AnywhereButTARGET Campaign Impacts Retailer’s Bottom Line

We have some really big news!

Yesterday, Target issued a report on November/December sales and the evidence is clear: your engagement and your decision to shop #AnywhereButTARGET this Christmas hit their bottom line hard! THANK YOU!

Help us continue to impact Target’s bottom line!

Target’s in-store sales fell more than 3% during the Christmas shopping season. This is despite holiday sales across the retail industry growing by 4% according to the National Retail Federation. The reason why? Target’s CEO admits to “disappointing traffic… in our stores.”

Well, we know that Target is struggling to get people into its stores because people like you, in our 2ndVote movement, are having a huge impact! Our #AnywhereButTARGET campaign reached over 10 million consumers over the Christmas shopping season and you helped us send a clear message: our dollars will not support Target’s restroom and fitting room policy that places a radical agenda over the concerns of its customers.

Will you help #AnywhereButTARGET continue the momentum?

By engaging Target through our campaign and “shopping your values,” you are helping companies realize that it makes better business sense not to play politics.

Your contribution of $500, $250, $100, or $50 today will go directly to continuing our campaign to hold Target accountable, as well as all companies that carry water for the liberal assault on our values.

Thank you for being a part of this movement that is getting real results!

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  • DT

    You linked to an article that in part says “total sales decreased 4.9 percent, reflecting the impact of the December 2015 sale of the Company’s pharmacy and clinic businesses.”

    You seem too stupid to account for this action so let me explain it as if you were in grade school.

    Johnny has five lemonade stands and sells an average of ten cups of lemonade, as well as two cups of coffee, at each stand, per hour, per three-hour day. (Johnny is smart and goes to school.) Johnny decides to no longer serve coffee at his lemonade stands.

    By how many cups of beverages has Johnny reduced his sales in a month?

    • Lorrie Russell

      Crap a pop quiz

      • DT


  • His role in the above scenario can be to simply insure that the Church of Philadelphia (strange and coincidental name for this church considering it is the city were our nation was birthed), remains a place of refuge for God’s elect. In spite of all the best laid plans of God’s adversary, God knows how to protect His own. So whether that protection will include a pre-trib, mid-trib, or post-trib rapture, time will serve as the best judge. As for me, I am hoping and praying that our 45th president will be the man of God’s choosing and not that of our adversary’s. After all, the Scripture does say that we will be raptured “at the last trump” (1Cor. 15:51-52) – perhaps that is another strange coincidence or perhaps not.