These 30 Companies Are Still Selling Trump Brand Products — Despite the #GrabYourWallet Boycott

On Election Day, Clinton supporters tried to beat Donald Trump by exercising their right to “grab him by the ballot.” After a disappointing defeat, they’re now turning their efforts towards their wallets.

Shannon Coulter, a tech and media marketing specialist, created the hashtag #GrabYourWallet on Twitter to call for a boycott of Trump products:

Coulter’s hashtag promotes boycotting these 30 retailers, twenty-three of which effect Ivanka’s businesses completely separate of her father’s:

  1. 6pm
  2. Amazon
  3. Belk
  4. Bellacor
  5. Bloomingdales
  6. Bluefly
  7. Bon-Ton and Carson’s
  8. Bed, Bath and Beyond
  9. Burlington Coat Factory
  10. Century 21
  11. Dillards
  12. DSW
  13. Hudson Bay
  14. HSN
  15. Jet
  16. Lord & Taylor
  17. Macy’s
  18. Marshalls and TJ Maxx
  19. Neiman Marcus
  20. Nordstrom
  21. Overstock
  22. Perfumania
  23. Scion Hotels
  24. Saks Off Fifth
  25. Stein Mart
  26. Trump Golf Courses
  27. Trump Hotels
  28. Trump Winery
  29. Wayfair
  30. Zappos

The campaign was created as a response to Coulter’s belief that Donald Trump denigrates women. but it seems Ivanka is the one shouldering this criticism.

Image Credit: Independent Journal Review

Coulter explained her reasoning behind including Ivanka’s products as well:

“If she were not campaigning for Donald Trump, I would be very happy for her business and proud of her success… The boycott is actually a mark of respect for her.”

While pulled Ivanka’s shoe line, other retailers haven’t been as quick to give in to the boycott.

Nordstrom responded to a letter they received saying:

“We hope that offering a vendor’s products isn’t misunderstood as us taking a political position; we’re not. We recognize our customers can make choices about what they purchase based on personal views & we’ll continue to give them options.”

Ivanka Trump frequently uses #womenwhowork in many of her social media posts to show her support for female empowerment.

Ivanka addressed the boycott on “Good Morning America”:

“My advocacy of women, trying to empower them in every aspect of their lives, started long before the presidential campaign did. I’ve never politicized that message. People who are seeking to politicize it because they disagree with the politics of my father — there’s nothing I can do to change that.”

During an interview with “60 Minutes,” Ivanka said that the presidency is “much more important” than the success of the Trump brand.

With holiday shopping rapidly approaching and such an extensive list of stores to boycott, it will be interesting to see if #grabyourwallet impacts sales this season.

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