The movement to boycott companies doing business with Donald Trump is going strong.
The anti-Trump boycott movement is still going strong.
Shannon Coulter, a brand and digital strategist, started the #GrabYourWallet hashtag in October to encourage people seeking a way to take concrete action against Donald Trump to boycott companies — large and small — that do business with his family.
It seems the boycott is producing results. In February, brands such as Nordstrom, Jet.com, and Gilt dropped Ivanka Trump's fashion line.
Today, Grab Your Wallet's website highlights a condensed list of the "most boycott-able" companies. However, the official, more extensive boycott list — which users can now keep track of using a Google Chrome plug-in — targets many more companies for reasons ranging from selling Ivanka Trump's brand, to being owned by a member of the Trump family, to having a pro-Trump executive.
As of Wednesday, Grab Your Wallet's list of brands to boycott includes 51 retailers, from big names like Amazon and Macy's, to smaller companies like Wegmans and See's Candies.
While the chain banned Donald Trump's menswear line in 2015 after the president-elect referred to Mexican immigrants as "rapists," it still sells Ivanka Trump's lines of clothing, jewelry, and handbags.
The luxury retailer keeps flip-flopping on whether or not it sells Ivanka Trump's jewelry line.
Neiman Marcus was added back to Grab Your Wallet's boycott list after two Ivanka Trump rings were spotted on the retailer's website in early March. However, with the demise of Ivanka's fine jewelry line, the retailer may not be on the list for long.
Unlike many other companies on the list, L.L. Bean does not sell Trump products. Instead, it has been targeted because Linda Bean, a member of the company's board and the granddaughter of the company's founder, Leon Leonwood Bean, donated $60,000 to a Trump-supporting PAC called Making America Great Again LLC.
Grab Your Wallet is calling for a boycott until Linda Bean is removed from the company board.
The retailer sells Ivanka Trump's lines of shoes and handbags.
The shoe company carries Ivanka Trump shoes, clothing, and handbags.
The e-commerce giant carries both Donald Trump and Ivanka Trump merchandise, from the book "The Art of the Deal" to Ivanka Trump's shoe line.
For what it's worth, some Trump supporters on Reddit have also called for a boycott of Amazon because CEO Jeff Bezos said he wants to send Trump to space. The CEO has also said the president-elect "erodes our democracy around the edges."
The Canadian department chain sells Ivanka Trump clothing and accessories.
The retailers, owned by the same parent company, sell Ivanka Trump clothing, shoes, and accessories.
However, TJ Maxx has recently wanted to avoid highlighting this fact. In early February, the company instructed employees to throw away signs advertising the first daughter's brand.The memo also told workers to mix Ivanka's merchandise with other products, instead of showcasing the brand separately, The New York Times reported.
The retailer sells Ivanka Trump clothing, jewelry, and handbags.
The company sells Ivanka Trump diaper bags.
The Trump Organization, which is currently run by Donald Jr. and Eric Trump, operates hotels around the world. The Grab Your Wallet campaign is calling for the boycott of all Trump properties until Donald Trump is no longer president.
Eric Trump is the Virginia vineyard's president, with the first son's company owning the property.
The Trump Organization has 18 golf course properties worldwide.
Don't be fooled by the name — the hotels are owned by the Trump Organization.
The retail chain sells Ivanka Trump clothing and accessories.
The discount retailer carries Ivanka Trump's lines of shoes, clothing, and accessories.
The shoe retailer sells Ivanka Trump's shoe line.
The apparel company sells Ivanka Trump's lines of shoes and handbags.
The discount department store no longer sells Ivanka Trump clothing and accessories online, but reportedly continues to sell the first daughter's line at brick-and-mortar locations.
The Home Shopping Network no longer sells the Trump Home line of home furnishings, but continues to sell official commemorative Trump coins.
Jared Kushner, who is married to Ivanka and owns part of the real estate company, stepped down as the company's CEO in January, accepting a role as President Trump's senior advisor.
The discount company sells Ivanka Trump's shoe and clothing lines.
The budget retailer sells a range of brand names, including Ivanka Trump's fashion lines.
The department store no longer sells Ivanka Trump's lines of clothing, jewelry, and handbags online, but items are still available in stores.
The retail giant sells Ivanka's shoe, apparel, and handbag lines.
The Southeastern department store chain no longer sells Ivanka Trump's lines of shoes and handbags online, but continues to sell the brand in brick and mortar stores.
The department chain sells Ivanka Trump clothing and accessories.
The retailers — owned by the same parent company — sell Ivanka Trump's clothing line.
The retailer sells Ivanka Trump diaper bags and baby shoes.
The home improvement retailer sells the Trump Home line.
The Grab Your Wallet list says that the far-right website known for pro-Trump coverage is on the boycott list for "hate speech" and propagating "fake news."
The retailer carries Ivanka Trump's brand.
The online retailer sells a range of shoes from Ivanka's line.
The regional chain, which has notoriously loyal customers, sells wine from Trump Vineyard — owned by President Trump's son Eric — at Virginia locations.
The food company, known for its Hawaiian sweet bread, is an advertiser on the "Celebrity Apprentice," a show on which Donald Trump is an executive producer.
While Perfumania cut ties with the Trump in July 2015, the company recently restocked its Donald Trump fragrances, like Empire by Trump and Success by Trump. It also carries Ivanka Trump's perfume line.
The cult classic candy company is an advertiser on the "Celebrity Apprentice".
The upscale department store sells Ivanka Trump lines, including perfume and handbags in stores, but not online.
Trump is still executive product on 'The New Celebrity Apprentice," despite Arnold Schwarzenegger taking over as host last season. Schwarzenegger has said he would decline to host the show again if asked, and blamed the season's poor ratings on Trump's continued involvement in the show.
The gum brand, owned by candy and snack food giant Mondelēz International, advertises on "Celebrity Apprentice."
The amusement park advertises on "Celebrity Apprentice."
The jam and jelly brand is another "Celebrity Apprentice" advertiser.
The roofing supply company's cofounder and chairman, Diane Hendricks, raised money for the Trump campaign and served as an economic advisor for the president.
The online loan broker's CEO, Doug Lebda raised funds for a pro-Trump SuperPAC.
Peter Coors — a member of the Coors family who sits on the board of MillerCoor's parent company, Molson Coors — hosted a fundraiser for Trump in July 2016, landing MillerCoors on the list despite the company's apolitical stance.
The sneaker company's chairman, Jim Davis, donated $396,500 to support Trump's campaign. However, even before Davis' donation was reported, people were threatening to throw out their New Balances based on what they perceived to be pro-Trump comments from Matt LeBretton, New Balance's vice president of public affairs.
The company said in a statement it "did not endorse a candidate in this presidential election or any other."
Liz Uihlein, a co-founder of the supply company, sits on Trump's economic council. She and her husband, Uline co-founder and CEO Richard Uline, are long-time donors to right-wing campaigns and causes.
While during the primaries Hobby Lobby's CEO David Green has said Trump "scares him to death," the executive threw his support behind Trump because of concerns regarding Clinton's Supreme Court nomination.
Chairman Brian France was an early supporter of Donald Trump's campaign.
UFC President Dana White spoke at the Republican National Convention in support of Donald Trump.
Yuengling's fifth-generation owner, Dick Yuengling Jr., voiced his support for Donald Trump prior to the election.