Bud Light Boycott Results Just Came In – They’re Even More Crushing Than Anyone Expected
By Mick Farthing|August 5, 2023
Bud Light Boycott Results Just Came In – They’re Even More Crushing Than Anyone Expected

What’s Happening:

For years, American patriots have fought back against leftist companies with boycotts. The liberal elite always rolled their eyes, convinced that Americans could never shake up their monopoly on the corporate world. Then, Bud Light decided to “go woke” and force transgenderism onto their customers.

And the dam broke.

As it turns out, Bud Light’s core customer base was made up of mostly conservatives. When they stopped buying the beer, the brand plummeted. Sales dropped and the parent company lost billions in stock value. Now, we are learning–in real numbers–just how painful the boycott has been to this woke company. And it’s pretty bad!

From The Post Millennial:

In Thursday’s second-quarter earnings report, Bud Light’s parent company ABInbev reported a 10.5 percent drop in revenue for its US market and a 28.2 percent drop in core profit. The brand, which has lost its crown as America’s most popular beer, has lost $390 million since last year…

ABInBev has lost $40 Billion in value since Bud Light teamed up with Trans TikTok influencer Dylan Mulvaney in April, sparking nationwide boycotts of the iconic brand.

Wow. Sometimes it’s hard to quantify the impact conservatives are making on the country. How about this? In the months following the Bud Light boycott, its parent company lost $390 million. That’s not chump change. Those are real losses that the company just can sweep under the rug.

Keep in mind, a big corporation like Anheuser-Busch should have made money during that time. This is the same time period when the weather improves and Americans begin vacationing, BBQ-ing, and getting outside more. That means beer-drinking for millions.

For Anheuser-Busch to be losing money is very, very bad. We know exactly how this boycott has affected the company. Not only have they lost $40 billion in market value, but they lost $390 million in real dollars.

The boycott would have ended quickly, had Anheuser-Busch apologized to customers. Instead, its president ignored the company’s customer base and twice talked about their “support” for the LGBT community. Clearly, Anheuser-Busch is more concerned with not offending gays and transgenders than it does with making money.

They made their choice, and so did Americans.

Key Takeaways:

  • Bud Light’s parent company lost $390 million since the boycott.
  • Americans stopped buying the beer after the company “went woke.”
  • Anheuser-Busch refused to apologize and instead pandered to the LGBT community.

Source: The Post Millennial

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Mick Farthing
Mick is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for the Patriot Journal.
Mick is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for the Patriot Journal.


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