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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Unions Boycott KWIK TRIP - time to FIGHT BACK

The Unions have decided to target an innocent bystander. The KWIK TRIP chain of gas stations is the newest victim on their hit list.

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LISTEN to Mark Belling PODCAST HERE (Hr 1 Pt 2 3-17-11)
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SUGGESTION:

Print out business cards or, heck, just print on paper and cut with a scissors if you have to:

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Dear Kwik Trip Manager:

I support Gov. Walker, and I support KWIK TRIP!

Thank you, and stand strong. We are behind you!

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Frequent a KWIK TRIP as often as you can for your gasoline and store purchases. Give the manager, or one of his/her personnel, one of these business cards each time you do. Make extra and give them to your friends. Ask them to do the same!

We cannot allow the unions to bully our area businesses.

To locate a KWIK TRIP near you, go HERE.

6 comments:

Teacher in Cheeseland said...

This is from your own Feb. 1 post regarding Pro-life Wisconsin: "We specifically targeted Roundy’s from NARAL’s list because it is a Wisconsin company, and a boycott of Roundy’s 155 stores would have the greatest impact."

I'm curious to know why is a boycott okay for some people and not for others?

West Bend Citizen Advocate said...

Because, Teach, there is a definite difference when one person in the company makes a personal donation to a candidate, or a cause, and the company is targeted because of action of it's employee versus a company that makes a donation to a cause or candidate. Apple/oranges.

Teacher in Cheeseland said...

Fair enough. So, Wal-Mart would be okay to boycott, then?

West Bend Citizen Advocate said...

It's all fair game.

Call Me Mom said...

I tend to think that most large corporations donate to both sides of the political aisle.

But then, when folks don't do their homework, they often end up looking foolish.

Teacher in Cheeseland said...

Call Me Mom, you are right, but corporations such as Wal-Mart donated many times more to one side over the other.