CWA Releases Naughty or Nice List for Christmas Shopping Countdown

Washington, D.C. ––With less than two weeks remaining before Christmas, Concerned Women for America (CWA) releases its second annual “Naughty or Nice List” for Christmas shoppers. The list identifies which businesses are embracing the true meaning of Christmas by honoring the birth of Jesus and which ones are not.

“Last year’s anti-Christmas businesses seem to be catching the Christmas spirit this year and bringing it to their stores,” said Wendy Wright, CWA’s President. “We are thrilled to see an increasing number of retailers, who previously banned the mention of ‘Christmas,’ embracing and celebrating the holiday this year. Consumers are offended when businesses deliberately mock the real ‘Reason for the Season’ by refusing to call ‘Christmas’ by its name. ‘Seasons Greetings’ just doesn’t cut it anymore. As Christmas draws near, we pray that more businesses will acknowledge the birth of Jesus Christ. Merry Christmas!”

NICE:

LL Bean (released three Christmas catologs this year!)
Belk
Target
Kohl's
Macy's
TJX Stores (TJ Maxx, Marshall's, HomeGoods, A.J. Wright, Bob's stores)
Walgreen's
Wal-Mart
J.C. Penney's
Dillard's
Joann Fabrics
Linens 'N' Things
K-Mart
Chick-fil-A
Hobby Lobby
Michael's
Farmer Jack (grocery)
Stater Brothers (grocery)
Kroger's
Denny's
In-N-Out Burger
Christian Brothers Automotive
Bath & Body Works

NAUGHTY:

Best Buy (refuses to mention Christmas)
Old Navy
Home Depot (hiding between holiday trees)
Lowe's (clerks will only say "Merry Christmas" when a customer initiates)
Plow & Hearth
Crate & Barrel
Eddie Bauer
Toys 'R' Us
Banana Republic
Bed, Bath & Beyond
Dick's Sporting Goods
The Gap
Safeway

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