The #maga #campingworld Protest explained in three easy steps

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The #maga #campingworld Protest explained in three easy steps

E. K. Horn­beck: Tell me, uh, what do you think of all these mon­keyshines
Hot Dog Ven­dor: Got no opin­ion, sir. Opin­ions are bad for business.

Inherit the Wind 1960

Appar­ently the CEO of Camp­ing World has decided that instead of con­cen­trat­ing on pro­vid­ing his cus­tomer base with camp­ing prod­ucts and fine cus­tomer ser­vice to grow a busi­ness, which is what a CEO is hired to do, he has decided that the por­tion of his cus­tomer base who voted for Don­ald Trump are not longer wel­come at their loca­tions all over the United States.

Now this is free coun­try and Camp­ing World’s share­hold­ers are wel­come to decide that their CEO’s attempt to cut their cus­tomer base in half is a wise deci­sion, but if you are a Don­ald Trump sup­porter who resents the idea of an Amer­i­can Com­pany decid­ing that sup­port­ing the cur­rent pres­i­dent is beyond the pale and would like to illus­trate this folly to said cor­po­ra­tion instead of wait­ing for the next share­holder meet­ing there is a sim­ple three step process to make the point dramatically:

1. Step one, use this map and locate your near­est Camp­ing World Location

2. Browse through the store fill­ing your cart with prod­uct that you might nor­mally con­sider buying.

3. Go to the manager/​customer ser­vice area with your cart and politely inform them that unfor­tu­nately you voted for Don­ald Trump and con­se­quently per the request of your CEO we’re going to have to leave at once, mak­ing sure to tell said employ­ees that you under­stand that this wasn’t their deci­sion, but you can’t do busi­ness some­where that you are not wanted.

One should be aware that such actions might cause the man­age­ment, if local or state law allows, to ban you from the store in the future and be pre­pared to accept that deci­sion, know­ing that there are plenty of other shop­ping alter­na­tives out there.

I sub­mit and sug­gest it won’t take too many full carts that asso­ciates need to put away or RV orders can­celled to have your point emphat­i­cally made to the home office.


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E. K. Hornbeck: Tell me, uh, what do you think of all these monkeyshines
Hot Dog Vendor: Got no opinion, sir. Opinions are bad for business.

Inherit the Wind 1960

Apparently the CEO of Camping World has decided that instead of concentrating on providing his customer base with camping products and fine customer service to grow a business, which is what a CEO is hired to do, he has decided that the portion of his customer base who voted for Donald Trump are not longer welcome at their locations all over the United States.

Now this is free country and Camping World’s shareholders are welcome to decide that their CEO’s attempt to cut their customer base in half is a wise decision,  but if you are a Donald Trump supporter who resents the idea of an American Company deciding that supporting the current president is beyond the pale and would like to illustrate this folly to said corporation instead of waiting for the next shareholder meeting there is a simple three step process to make the point dramatically:

1. Step one, use this map and locate your nearest Camping World Location

2.  Browse through the store filling your cart with product that you might normally consider buying.

3. Go to the manager/customer service area with your cart and politely inform them that unfortunately you voted for Donald Trump and consequently per the request of your CEO we’re going to have to leave at once, making sure to tell said employees that you understand that this wasn’t their decision, but you can’t do business somewhere that you are not wanted.

One should be aware that such actions might cause the management, if local or state law allows, to ban you from the store in the future and be prepared to accept that decision, knowing that there are plenty of other shopping alternatives out there.

I submit and suggest it won’t take too many full carts that associates need to put away or RV orders cancelled to have your point emphatically made to the home office.


I’m 3 $90 tip jar hits away from a full paycheck next week.

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Please consider subscribing, Not only does that get you my weekly podcast emailed to you before it appears either on the site or at the 405media which graciously carries it on a weekly basis but if you subscribe at any level I will send you an autographed copy of my new book from Imholt Press: Hail Mary the Perfect Protestant (and Catholic) Prayer


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