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SpendOnLife.com Pulls Ad From FoxNews.com

FoxNewsBoycott.com just received the following response from SpendOnLife.com, a credit report site, regarding their decision to cease advertising on FoxNews.com:

Subject: Contact Form Results: We have removed advertising
Date: Thu, August 27, 2009 6:15 pm

Just FYI, SpendOnLife.com has stopped advertising on FoxNews.com

Thank You

Their small banner used to be found at the bottom of FoxNews.com and it has been confirmed that it is no longer there.

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UPS Pulls All Ads From Fox News, Not Just Glenn Beck

As of yesterday, 36 sponsors have pulled their ads from Glenn Beck’s show on Fox News. One of those recent drop outs is UPS. It has now been confirmed that UPS, like Chrysler, has pulled all of its advertising from the Fox News Channel, not just Glenn Beck’s show.

Rich Hallabran, spokesman for UPS Stores, which he said has temporarily halted buying ads on Fox News Channel as a whole.

If you’d like to thank UPS for their decision, here is their contact information:

United Parcel Service of America, Inc. – UPS
UPS Corporate Headquarters
55 Glenlake Parkway, NE
Atlanta , GA 30328
customer.service@ups.com

https://www.ups.com/upsemail/input?loc=en_US&reqID=SUP

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16 More Companies Flee Glenn Beck’s Show

There are now a total of 36 companies that have pulled their ads from Glenn Beck’s show on Fox News Channel.

The new companies distancing themselves from Beck include Airware Inc. (makers of Brez anti-snoring aids), Ancestry.com, AT&T, Blaine Labs Inc., Campbell Soup Company, Clorox, Ditech, The Elations Company, Experian (creator of FreeCreditReport.com), Farmers Insurance Group, Johnson & Johnson (makers of Tylenol), Lowe’s, NutriSystem, Sprint, The UPS Store and Verizon Wireless.

Here are some statements from some of the recently departed sponsors:

SPRINT: “Sprint ads appeared as part of a broader rotational package of advertising purchased on the Fox Network… They were not specifically targeted to the Glenn Beck Show nor should they air during this program going forward… I wanted to let you know that we have taken steps to make sure that [Sprint] will not be advertising on the Glenn Beck show.”

LOWES: “While we will continue to advertise on news programming, including FOX News, there are certain programs on the FOX Network that do not meet Lowe’s advertising guidelines, including The O’Reilly Factor and Glenn Beck Program.”

CLOROX: “Per our advertising standards, we don’t advertise in programs that display exploitive sex or violence, treat ethnic, religious, or political groups in a disparaging manner, present facts inaccurately or distort them to blatantly partisan advantage, and treat individuals or groups in a demeaning manner… We have had limited advertisements on the Glenn Beck Program in the past, however the statements he made during that show would not adhere to our programming standards. Furthermore, we will not be advertising on his program in the future since he did violate our own advertising standards.”

THE UPS STORE: “We have addressed the issue… You will not see our ads on The Glenn Beck TV program.”

NUTRISYSTEM: “We are no longer advertising on Beck’s program… You can now include us with the other companies that have stopped advertising.”

CAMPBELL SOUP CO.: “We obviously neither condone nor endorse Mr. Beck’s comments… We were not pleased when we heard them [the comments] and they certainly don’t reflect the views of this company. We have no advertising currently slated for Mr. Beck’s program and don’t have any plans for the future… In light of the consistency of comments that are made, we don’t plan to advertise there in the future… We have communicated to our media buying agency that we will not be advertising on that show.”

JOHNSON & JOHNSON: “Thank you for bringing this to our attention… These advertisements ran on Glenn Beck as part of a rotational advertising package on Fox News, and I have shared your thoughts with those in our organization responsible for making those rotational buys. We have now informed the network to not include it in our rotation moving forward.”

VERIZON WIRELESS: “We, on our own, looked at where we’re spending our advertising… We made a decision that we don’t want to be advertising on that program for a lot of reasons.”

DITECH: “We hear your concerns and are no longer advertising on the Glenn Beck show.”

ANCESTRY.COM: “Ancestry.com buys television advertising on many networks, including Fox News, but does not sponsor any specific content or program… However, once this issue surfaced, we instructed Fox News to exclude our advertisements from the Glenn Beck program.”

AIRWARE INC.: “I wanted to let you know that AirWare Inc., the manufacturer of Brez anti-snoring aids, has instructed its advertising agency to insure that none of our advertisements run on the Glenn Beck show… Because of the way TV advertising is purchased, company executives were not aware in advance that our ads would be running on the show.”

BLAINE LABS, INC.: “We have requested that the ads not appear on the Glen [sic] Beck show… Our contract is essentially a, ‘fill in where there is empty space’, [sic] and lately, I guess there has been a lot of empty space on the Beck show due to your organization. Our new contract comes up sometime in September and that show will be stricken from the rotation. We do not support [G]lenn [B]eck and do not support his show.”

FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP: “What we did last Thursday was our advertising department requested of Fox News Channel that they no longer place a portion of our ads on the Glenn Beck Program [sic].”

THE ELATIONS CO.: “Just want to let you know that we will no longer be advertising on that [Glenn Beck's] program.”

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Kraft Pulls Ads from Glenn Beck’s Show

Kraft Foods is one of many companies to pull their ads from Glenn Beck‘s show on Fox News recently. Here is a visitor-submitted response received from Kraft regarding their decision.

In recent years, there has been a proliferation of shows with extreme content, including on the political front. These shows often are controversial and do not align with our company or brand values. We do not want to become associated with controversy simply because of the placement of a 30-second spot. That’s why we have made the decision to stop advertising on the more politically extreme programs, including The Glenn Beck Show, on all networks.

If you haven’t done so already, please add our site to your favorites and visit us again soon!

Kim McMiller
Associate Director, Consumer Relations

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Response Received From L.L. Bean

Visitor submitted response from L.L. Bean:

From: L.L. Bean Public Affairs – publicaffairs@llbean.com
Sent: Wednesday, August 19, 2009 1:20 PM
Subject: L.L.Bean

Dear Sir/Madame,

Thank you for contacting L.L.Bean with your concerns regarding our advertising on Fox.

L.L.Bean does very limited television advertising and we instruct network and cable stations to show our commercials at a time when a large number of people may see it.  Viewers should not assume that L.L.Bean endorses or opposes a specific view expressed by Fox or any other station.

To reach a broad audience we run commercials on all the major networks (ABC, NBC, FOX, CBS, etc.) and cable channels (BRAVO, CNN, Weather Channel, etc.).

It has always been L.L.Bean’s mission to provide information to our customers on our products and services while recognizing a responsibility to, and a deep respect for, all of our customer groups. We are very concerned that you felt compelled to write to us on this issue and hope that the information I have provided gives you a better understanding of our television advertising criteria.

Again, thank you for taking the time to contact us.  You are a valued customer and your opinion is very important to us.

Sincerely,
Carolyn Beem
Manager, Public Affairs

Isn’t it nice that they instruct us to “not assume that L.L.Bean endorses or opposes a specific view expressed by Fox or any other station.” Obviously, they do endorse FNC views by spending part of their advertising budget there. Keep up the pressure. Here is L.L. Bean’s contact information:

L. L. Bean
Freeport, ME 04033-0001
1-800-441-7513
Fax: 207-552-3080
publicaffairs@llbean.com

http://www.llbean.com/customerService/contactUs/contactUsPhone.html

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Response Received From Office Depot

Visitor submitted response from Office Depot:

Thank you for taking the time to contact Office Depot. We value feedback from our customers and those who live in the communities in which we serve.

One of our stated values is to build and sustain an inclusive culture that approaches all opportunities and challenges by respecting the diverse thoughts, beliefs, backgrounds, faiths and cultures of customers, suppliers, associates and shareholders. In terms of our marketing practices, our goal is to advertise in suitable, non-offensive programming which reaches our target audiences in an effective and efficient manner. We take reasonable measures to avoid airing advertisements on broadcasts that do not meet our general criteria. Occasionally, a program we’ve elected to include in our advertising mix may air an episode with content that some may find objectionable. Please understand that while we are generally able to select or reject programs based on the overall content contained in prior episodes, we do not know, nor do we have access to, the content of any future episodes.  Further, Office Depot does not support or endorse the views expressed on any particular show or segment.

As always, we will approach our business in a manner that is respectful to our diverse customer base and we will continue to advertise in a variety of outlets in accordance with our guidelines stated above. Thank you again for writing to Office Depot.

Sincerely,
Sandy Akin
Senior Lead E-Commerce
Office Depot Corporate
6600 North Military Trail
Boca Raton, Florida 33496-2434
Email:sandy.akin@officedepot.com
Fax: 561-438-6624

I’m reminded of the saying, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” Fox News & Glenn Beck have a history of hateful and violent rhetoric, but Office Depot has chosen to ignore that. Here is Office Depot’s contact information:

Office Depot
2200 Old Germantown Road
Delray Beach, FL 33445
Office Depot Corporate:
6600 North Military Trail
Boca Raton, Florida 33496-2434
Sandy Akin, Senior Lead E-Commerce
Fax: 561-438-6624
Email:sandy.akin@officedepot.com
http://www.officedepot.com/…

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Response Received From Nissan

Visitor submitted response from Nissan:

Thank you for your correspondence to Nissan North America, Inc. dated 08/18/09.

We at Nissan North America, Inc. are very concerned about acceptable advertising environments for programs. Like other advertisers, Nissan North America, Inc. does not participate in the development of scripts for TV. We do have both a professional screening service and our advertising agency monitoring the general content of programs carrying the Nissan message.

We recognize that people have different standards as to the acceptable content, and we are sorry that you found this program in particular to be unacceptable. We appreciate your time and concern in contacting us.

Sincerely,
Nissan North America, Inc.
Jennifer Lamont
Consumer Relations Representative
National Consumer Affairs

Short and to the point – they support Fox News’ hateful and incendiary programming with their advertising dollars. You can use the information above and mention that Chrysler will not advertise on Fox News in your correspondence with Nissan. Here is their contact information:

Nissan
P.O. Box 685003
Franklin TN 37068-5003
(800) NISSAN-1 (800-647-7261)

http://www.nissanusa.com/apps/contactus

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Response Received From Ford Motor Company

Visitor submitted response from Ford Motor Company:

From: crcfmc@ford.com [mailto:crcfmc@ford.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 18, 2009 8:12 PM
Subject: Ford Motor Company

Thank you for contacting the Ford Motor Company Customer Relationship Center regarding Ford’s television advertisement.

We believe one of the most effective ways to connect with customers and generate mass awareness of our products is through television advertising. We treat our purchase of commercial time as we do any other prime time, mainstream television program.  By buying commercial time on top-rated shows, we are not making judgment on the specific content of the show but simply making an optimized attempt to reach our many customers through award-winning television programming.  Ford Motor Company values the opinions and sensibilities of our customers worldwide and will continue to try to place advertising on programs that reach and appeal to our diverse customer base.

Sometimes e-mail communication does not allow us to gain additional information that may be helpful in responding to your inquiry.  Should you feel that we have not adequately addressed your questions, please feel free to contact us via telephone at (800)392-3673 between the hours of 8am and 5pm, local time, Monday through Friday.  Hearing-impaired callers with access to a TDD may contact 1-800-232-5952.

Sincerely,
Joy
Customer Relationship Center
Ford Motor Company

Obviously Ford has chosen to support Fox News’ biased and incendiary programming. You can use the information contained in the email above to tailor your communications to Ford. You may also want to mention that Chrysler will not advertise on Fox News. Here is Ford’s contact information:

Ford Motor Company
P.O. Box 6248
Dearborn, MI 48126
800-392-3673
Customer Relationship Center:
crcfmc@ford.com

http://www.ford.com/owner-services/customer-support/contact-ford

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An Honest Response From Sargento re: Glenn Beck

I stumbled across the following email response from Sargento, which is much more direct than their previous response we received:

We appreciate your sharing your concerns about our advertising. Our organization remains true to its mid-western roots and values. Some would say that means we’re conservative. In the end, we hold true to our nation’s heritage that values free expression of varying political opinions. We advertise on Fox News, however, we felt Glenn Beck went too far when he suggested poisoning someone with whom he disagrees. Rhetoric that reflects action that would result in the death of someone is never acceptable to us. Therefore, we have advised our advertising agency that they should reallocate our Fox News buy among other Fox News programs.

Our wish overall is to move beyond the conversation about politics and focus on our primary mission to bring consumers great cheese products. We don’t want to be associated with inflammatory speech used by either liberal or conservative talk show hosts. Again, thank you for taking the time to share your views with us.

Pat Lombardo
Sargento Consumer Affairs Department

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Chrysler: No Plans To Advertise on Fox News

A Chrysler Group Communications representative, Jodi Tinson, stopped by FoxNewsBoycott.com this morning and left the following comment – reposted below from the comments section here.

I would like to correct the response from our Customer Call Center regarding our advertising on Fox News. Chrysler had previously bought time on Fox News as part of a national news advertising buy. This media flight ended on July 31. There are no plans to advertising on Fox News in the future.

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GEICO’s Response to Fox News Supporter

The following is a response from GEICO to a Fox News / Glenn Beck supporter who contacted GEICO about pulling their ads from Glenn Beck’s show.

Hi, my name is Terri Kliskey and I will be happy to assist you today.

If the inflammatory nature of the comments on a program overshadows our message and causes GEICO to be drawn into a national debate, we are likely to reconsider where we place our marketing messages, which is what we did.

GEICO delivers very important messages through its major marketing campaigns: we’re saving customers’ dollars, we’re easy to do business with, we’re looking out for our policyholders. That’s what we hope the public hears and sees and focuses on.

As a company, we do not take positions on controversial issues.

As an advertiser, while a national debate on issues can be healthy and appropriate, we don’t see ourselves in the role of taking part in those debates.

Our business is auto insurance. We want to bring people value and we attempt to reach large audiences with that message.

It is of little benefit to us if a program gets so much attention that our message is drowned out.

GEICO Corporate Communications

For all future requests, please log into our Policyholder Service Center with your activated password and click on the appropriate link.  Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding.

Sincerely,

Terri Kliskey
GEICO: Internet Service Representative

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Response Received From Chrysler

Visitor submitted response from Chrysler:

From: customerassist customerassist@chrysler.com
Sent: Friday, August 14, 2009 8:20 AM

Subject: Re: Chrysler Group LLC Customer Assistance

Thank you for contacting the Chrysler Customer Assistance Center.

In response to your email, we would like to inform you that we appreciate the time and effort you have taken to express your concerns to us and we appreciate your feedback with regards to the Fox News program.  The advertising that appeared on Mr. Beck?s show was part of a media buy on national news programming that was purchased more than a week before it actually aired.

It is important to recognize there are multitudes of individuals that have different preferences in television programming.  Like other companies and auto manufacturers, the brands of Chrysler Group advertise using a wide variety of programming as well as both print and web-based mediums.  From trends in popular culture to feedback from both our customers and dealer network, we are constantly evaluating decisions and ideas as they may relate to where the future advertising dollars will be committed.  We take this approach to reach a diverse and broad audience with information about our products.

Considering these factors, we plan to continue our commitment to advertising on a diverse range of programming.  We do this not with the intent to offend, but with an appreciation for diversity in consumer viewing preferences.

Chrysler Group has a long history of supporting America through the innovative products upon which so many people rely.  Whether it’s long-term product durability, design, utility, or the comfort, convenience and security that is synonymous with our minivans, we are proud of our heritage.  As we look forward to the future, we know that Americans will continue to look to us to provide them with both safe and reliable vehicles to meet their transportation needs.

Thank you again for sharing your thoughts with us.  Your opinion is very important and your dissatisfaction has been noted.

Thanks again for your email.

Sincerely,
Angela Thomson
Customer Service Representative
Chrysler Customer Assistance Center

Obviously, this response is less than satisfactory. Keep the pressure on Chrysler. Here is their contact information:

Chrysler
Chairman: C. Robert (Bob) Kidder
CEO and Director: Sergio Marchionne
SVP and CFO: Ronald E. Kolka
P.O. Box 21-8004
Auburn Hills, MI 48321-8004
1000 Chrysler Dr.
Auburn Hills, MI 48326-2766
MI Tel. 248-576-5741
1-800-992-1997
customerassist@chrysler.com

http://www-5.chrysler.com/webselfservice/chrysler/index.jsp?screenName=customer&country=us&emailUrl=goToEmailForm(%27R%27)

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Walmart, CVS, Best Buy Pull Ads From Glenn Beck’s Show

As mentioned yesterday, GMAC Financial Services pulled their ads from Glenn Beck‘s show on Fox News. Joining them, and rounding out the count to 20 advertisers lost, are WalMart, CVS and Best Buy.

And that’s not all. Here is a complete list of the eight latest companies to pull their ads from Glenn Beck:

  • Allergan (maker of Restasis): “We reviewed our commercial schedule, and based on your feedback, we’ve put any programming featuring Glenn Beck on our “do not air” list. This means that you will no longer see any Restasis ads during programming featuring Glenn Beck. Thanks again for bringing this to our attention.”
  • Ally Bank (a unit of GMAC Financial Services): “Ally advertises on a broad spectrum of programs to reach our potential customers. Our advertising is not an endorsement of editorial content on any program. We have ceased to advertise on the Glenn Beck program.”
  • Best Buy
  • Broadview Security: “Given the considerations, we have requested of Fox News not to include us in the rotation that would have our commercials running on Glenn Beck’s show.”
  • CVS: “While advertising on Fox is part of our communication plan, we had not requested time on Glenn Beck’s show specifically. We have instructed our advertising agency to inform Fox to ensure Glenn Beck’s program is not part of our advertising plan.”
  • Re-Bath: “…We are no longer airing our commercials on the Glenn Beck Show…”
  • Travelocity: “We did not specifically place our ad on the show. We buy ads in bulk and then they are placed somewhat randomly. However, we have now specifically asked that our ads do not appear during this show.”
  • Wal-Mart: “Walmart today confirmed the retailer pulled ads from the Glenn Beck show on August 3rd,”

Keep in mind that, while this is a step in the right direction, they do still advertise elsewhere on Fox News Channel.

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Glenn Beck Loses Another Sponsor – GMAC Financial Services

Spokesperson for GMAC Finanacial Services, Sue Mallino, confirmed that they have pulled their ads off of Glenn Beck‘s show on Fox News Channel; however, she did not comment as to whether it was because of Beck’s racial comments about President Obama.

GMAC Financial Services joins a growing list of advertisers who have recently abandoned Beck’s television show, including ConAgra, Roche, Sanofi-Aventis, RadioShack, Men’s Wearhouse, State Farm Sargento, LexisNexis-owned Lawyers.com, Procter & Gamble, and Progressive Insurance.


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Response Received From Nestle

Visitor submitted response from Nestle:

From: nestlebaking@casupport.com
Sent: Thursday, August 13, 2009 1:32 PM
Subject: Response from Nestlé Baking

Thank you for contacting Nestlé® Baking Products.

We are committed to protecting and maintaining the longstanding heritage and quality image of Nestlé and its brands. Although we work with a number of third parties and outside spokespersons as part of our promotional activities, it is essential to make clear that their personal comments, apart from our brands, are not representative of Nestlé.

We appreciate your interest and hope you will visit our website often for the latest information on our products and promotions.

Sincerely,
Tara Williams
Consumer Response Representative

This is a a typical neutral, take no responsibility, response. Here is their contact information:

Nestlé USA, Inc.
Chairman and CEO: Brad Alford
SVP and CFO: Dan Stroud
GLOBE Executive and CIO: Kimberly (Kim) Lund
800 N. Brand Blvd.
Glendale, CA 91203
CA Tel. 818-549-6000
Toll Free 800-225-2270
Fax 818-549-6952

http://www.nestleusa.com/Public/ContactUs.aspx

Nestle also owns PowerBar, Perrier, Purina, Gerber and several other brands.

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