Guess Who’s Still Advertising on Glenn Beck’s Show?

Tuesday, August 25, 2009


Thirty-six companies have pledged to stop advertising during Glenn Beck’s show on FIXED News.

However, as of yesterday (August 24, 2009) the following list of companies continued to run ads during his program:

Binder and Binder
Liberty Medical
Superior Gold Group
Bank of America
Rosland Capital
Johnson Law Group
Citrix (GoToMeeting)
Strong Carbonite
Merit Financial
Discover Bank (Discover Credit Card)
Binder and Binder
Pulaski and Middleman
Bank of America
Pulaski and Middleman
Sandals Resort
The Villages
Smart Balance
Rosland Capital
Zero Technologies (ZeroWater)

While the excellent grassroots work of to get the word out to American companies that associating themselves with a racist lunatic like Glenn Beck will not be tolerated, it’s clear there is still work to be done.

If FIXED News plans to continue their relationship with Glenn Beck, his salary will not come from corporate sponsorship.

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12 Responses to Guess Who’s Still Advertising on Glenn Beck’s Show?

  1. Harry says:

    I’m not surprised by Sandals Resort. They are the company who refused to book gays and lesbians guests at their properties. They’re assholes.

  2. feminazi says:

    I bank with Bank of America. I promise to write them a letter of protest about advertising on Glenn Beck’s show. I can easily switch my accounts to other banks if they refuse to pull their ads. This is intolerable.

  3. R.J. says:

    Awesome. I never use any of those companies.

    And F Bank of America. Aren’t they getting sued for steering minority borrowers with good credit into subprime loans?

  4. lea-lea says:

    Beck is mentally ill.

    Fox should be ashamed of themselves for exploiting a man who needs psychiatric care for ratings.

    I will not support any of the companies who run ads on his show.

  5. Tiny Dancer says:

    To be honest, I haven’t heard of most of the companies on the list. Of course, I know BofA and Applebee’s but EasyWater and The Villages?

    Those to me sound like house ads run by the local affiliate station.

    My prediction is, as long as Beck brings in ratings, Murdock will eat his salary and keep him on the air.

  6. Joaquin says:

    Glenn Beck has limited intelligence and even less education yet, he was savvy enough to figure out how to go from obscurity to multi-million dollar salary on FOX News where he espousing strange and conspiratorial notions about how the world works. He attracts nearly 3 million viewers each day. I don’t pretend to understand it.

  7. stradella says:

    Applebee’s adds lots of salt to their food so you keep buying sodas and the amount of your bill increases.

    This isn’t healthy eating.

  8. Conejo1982 says:

    Beck needs to go.

    The sooner he’s off the air, the better.

  9. I believe News Corp owns DirecTV, so that’s safe. Binder & Binder….hahhahahahahaha. Same with many of the others. And Applebees…never went there, so my threat to boycott is secure.

  10. ktackit says:

    I don’t recall using any of those vendors so,Faux isn’t getting any of my money.

  11. Larry says:

    Ignore his drama and listen. Without him speaking the truth we will never know about the expected goal of the liberals which is a World Government. Of course this is predicted in the Bible and people like Glen Beck understands the insanity of all the corruption in the government. How can we criticize people like Glen Beck when the speaker of the house doesn’t even make since.

  12. sharethisurlaboutglenbek says:

    You might enjoy my blog, The Glenn Beck Review.

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