Gap Blinked, We Won

1 12 2009

CHRISTmas is, and will always be, about the birth of Jesus Christ! - not Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, or wiccan Solstice


November 30, 2009

Gap has heard you loud and clear. After thousands of phone calls, emails and petitions, Gap has just released a very “Merry Christmas” television commercial.

On November 28, Gap’s Old Navy division broadcast a television commercial featuring its “Supermodelquins” proudly cheering “Merry Christmas,” along with Christmas trees, lights and ornaments. View the commercial here.

As a result of Gap’s efforts, AFA is ending the Christmas boycott of the company and its Old Navy and Banana Republic stores. Thank you for getting involved!

Even FoxNews has recognized your efforts, saying you and your AFA have been very effective against retailers who won’t recognize Christmas in their advertising. See the video.

Again, thanks to your involvement, retailers are listening – and they are changing the way they do business!

~Submitted by Eowyn

If you like what AFA does — defending traditional family and Christian values — please consider donating to keep it afloat. I just did. To donate, go HERE.




2 responses

1 12 2009
Doc's Wife

This is certainly good news–this is Christmas!! However, I believe Gap, Old Navy, and Banana Republic shall remain stores that I do not enter. They are merely giving in for the mighty dollar. With 4 kids in our family, a fair amt. was bought there–NO MORE!!

1 12 2009

Same here, Doc’s Wife! I too don’t believe there was a genuine change of heart. They just don’t want to lose the lucrative Christmas sales.

I will NEVER set foot in a Gap or Old Navy store, ever.

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