PepsiCo’s $500,000.00 Mistake

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PepsiCo gives $500,000.00 to promote the gay agenda in workplace

In a bid to try to attract business from wealthy gay markets, PepsiCo has taken a stand against marriage and family.  To the tune of half a million dollars, the old time All-American company has made a serious 500,000.00 mistake.

See this information from the American Family Association website.  —Beetle Blogger

Company ignores two requests from The American Family Association to discuss Pepsi’s support of gay groups.

Pepsi has given Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) a half-million dollars to help push the homosexual agenda in the workplace.

Pepsi has a long tradition of financial support for homosexual groups. According to Jacqueline Millan, director of PepsiCo Corporate Contributions, “We are delighted to continue our partnership with PFLAG…(in) promoting the necessary message of inclusion to untapped groups…and that is a crucial step toward building a healthy working environment.”

Despite the fact that 30 states have passed constitutional amendments defining marriage as being between a man and a woman, Pepsi continues to support the efforts by same-sex groups pushing for homosexual marriage.

AFA wrote Pepsi on October 14 and again on October 29 asking the company to remain neutral in the culture war. Pepsi didn’t care enough to respond to the AFA letters. Pepsi’s lack of response indicates the company plans to continue support for the homosexual agenda.

Take Action!

E-mail Chairman Indra K. Nooyi. Tell her that you expect Pepsi to stop supporting the gay agenda.
• After sending your e-mail, please call Pepsi (914-253-2000) (800-960-3602) and ask the company to remain neutral in the culture war.
• Forward this e-mail to your friends and family so they will know about Pepsi’s support of the gay agenda.

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9 Comments

  1. B-Media said,

    January 5, 2009 at 10:12 pm

    Since gay groups are financially targeting any company that DOESN’T promote their fascist agenda, it comes as no surprise that Pepsi, Yahoo, and all the rest fall right in line.

  2. Pearl said,

    January 5, 2009 at 11:06 pm

    Chickens. This is the way government disintegrates…when people and companies fold under pressure from disgruntled anarchists.

  3. beetlebabee said,

    January 5, 2009 at 11:14 pm

    That’s a lot of money. It only makes business sense if they think they’ll gain 500,000.00 or more from the move. I sent an email. The grass roots is the best place for a protest against this sort of thing to come from.

  4. leftcoastvoter said,

    January 6, 2009 at 12:15 am

    Sadly, this is another example of corporations thinking that they are “helping” people who are injusticed. If they were really trying to help, they would be pouring money into issues like stopping human trafficking in the world.

    The reality is that these companies care more about their profits than helping people. If they were to actually stand up to the Gay Agenda and not donate money, they wouldn’t suffer a bit in their sales. Like with the supposed boycott of Utah for ski season, does anyone really think that the Gay consumers will make a huge dent in the amount of Lay’s chips that are sold?

    As John Stossel says, Give Me A Break!

  5. January 6, 2009 at 5:40 pm

    Pepsi, and every other company and individual have no right in supporting a lifestyle that lowers the dignity of the human person.
    I don’ t like Pepsi and I don’ t like it even more now.

  6. January 14, 2009 at 2:41 am

    “promoting the necessary message of inclusion to untapped groups”

    Right. Because gays are excluded from everything. There are no gays in the federal government, private and public school systems, restaurants, corporations, hotels owned by Mormons, hotels owned by non-Mormons, swimming pools, churches, golf clubs, poker clubs, bars, machine shops, libraries, etc.

    Oh, wait. There are gays in all those places. I wonder who she was talking about, then.

    Can’t you just continue to preach the message that Pepsi products are for EVERYONE? I don’t recall specific Pepsi endorsements or funding for Mormons, the Amish, or Christians or straight people (who are both far more numerous than gays, I might add). Don’t you want ME to buy your crap? Obviously not.

  7. daniel rotter said,

    January 18, 2009 at 9:20 pm

    “The reality is that these companies care more about their profits than helping people.”

    Yeah, so what. These companies are businesses, not social service agencies.

    “Pepsi, and every other company and individual have no right in supporting a lifestyle that lowers the dignity of the human person.”

    Actually, a company has every right to support who and what it wants.

  8. daniel rotter said,

    January 18, 2009 at 9:23 pm

    “…companies fold under pressure from anarchists.”

    PFLAG is not an “anarchist” group.

  9. me said,

    June 18, 2009 at 1:26 pm

    I useed to like pepsi it was my favorite drink. I even thought of investing in it. Not now, I will never buy another Pepsi product. Unless they take this back. I can’t belive they gave money to fags.


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