Get woke, go broke.
Honestly folks, I’m dying laughing as I type this…
After cancelling Mike Lindell and MyPillow they can’t even afford to run Air Conditioning in their stores anymore!
In January 2021, Bed, Bath & Beyond went with the liberal mob and dropped MyPillow products from their stores.
Bed Bath & Beyond has now officially DROPPED MyPillow! Thank you to everyone who stepped up and help amplify our message and thank you to @BedBathBeyond for siding with democracy. https://t.co/otp3dH7r7c
— MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) January 19, 2021
In response, conservatives boycotted Bed, Bath & Beyond — and bought their bedding from MyPillow.com using promo code WLT directly instead (We Love Trump benefits when you use that code).
Via Pandemic War Room:
Bed, Bath & Beyond has fired their CEO.
Bed Bath & Beyond Inc. (NASDAQ: BBBY) today announced significant changes to the Company’s senior leadership to focus on reversing recent results, addressing supply chain and inventory, and strengthening its balance sheet. Sue Gove, an Independent Director on the Company’s Board of Directors and Chair of the Board’s Strategy Committee, has been named Interim Chief Executive Officer, replacing Mark Tritton, who has left his role as President and Chief Executive Officer and as a member of the Board.
This follows a report that they cut the air conditioning in stores.
CNN Business reported:
Retailers typically want their sales numbers to be red hot, not their customers. But Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY) is reportedly dealing with cooled momentum and heated customers at its stores.
A new report from Bank of America claims that the company has cut air conditioning in an effort to quickly lower expenses to make up for a slump in sales.
Bed Bath & Beyond told CNN that any changes in store temperature guidelines did not come from corporate. “We’ve been contacted about this report, and to be clear, no Bed Bath & Beyond stores were directed to adjust their air conditioning and there have been no corporate policy changes in regard to utilities usage,” said a representative.
Still, analysts at Bank of America who have conducted store visits report mounting concerns, including labor hours that have been meaningfully cut, scaled back utilities, reduced store operating hours and canceled remodeling projects. Rewards programs have also been scaled back and replaced. The analysts expect Bed Bath & Beyond’s management will soon announce more store closures and halt openings of its Buy Buy Baby stores.