Conservatives hope that their boycott of Target stores will send a clear message to company executives. The Christian Post reports that Lance Wray, executive director of 2ndVote, the organization that helped organize last year’s #AnywhereButTARGET boycott campaign, is hopeful that consumers with conservative values can again have an impact on company policies.
“We’re very pleased with our fourth-quarter performance, which capped off an outstanding year for Target,'' Brian Cornell, Target's chairman and CEO, said in a statement. "We delivered our strongest traffic and comparable sales growth in well over a decade.'' [emphasis added]