From th American Family Association.
Atscore is “holiday” 172 and “ ” 3 At Gap, Old Navy and Banana Republic, hardly exists. For these three companies, all owned by only items listed as having anything to do with were a pair of boxer shorts and a child’s sleepwear set.
Last year, when Gap also censored, we contacted the company. The company refused to change their policy of censoring . This year the company has continued their practice of censoring from their stores and promotions. The only conclusion one can reach is that Gap will continue to censor , a Christian holy day.
Last year an Old Navy store manager was asked if the word “Christmas” was used in his store, he answered: “We have a lot of Christmas gifts in our stores, but the word ‘Christmas’ is not used here. Everything is ‘holiday’.”
A search of Old Navy’s website shows only the two references to, the boxer shorts and a child’s sleepwear set. There were 25 results in a search for “holiday” for the based company, including a “Holiday Gift Guide”.
A search of Banana Republic found no reference to “.” Everything is “holiday.” While scored a 0, holiday scored 41
At Gap there was a single reference to Christmas–the boxers. Gap offered 56 holiday items. However, Gap did offer video greetings called “Happy Chrismukkah” and “Merry Christmas Gaptidings.”
- Send your e-mail to Gap letting the company know that there are those who still recognize even if it doesn’t.
- After you have sent your e-mail, be sure to follow up with a phone call. Be polite. Ask Gap if they will reconsider their policy of censoring . The toll-free number is . The company number is .
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