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Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. Message Board

  • riskywaly riskywaly Dec 21, 2013 1:22 PM Flag

    Cracker Barrel boycotts Duck Dynasty.... are you serious, bad part of the country to pull this S#!T... Huge backlash coming on this deal !

    Reverse of the Chick-fil-A outrage....get a clue magt. how stupid is this decision !

    Sentiment: Hold

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    • JC Pennys tried pulling something close to this and it backfired big time, almost bankrupted the company (look at their stock), they still might go under. Chased away their market base to appease the homosexuals. #$%$'s only represent 2% of the country, enough of GLAAD and their far left totalitarian tactics

      Sentiment: Buy

    • Clueless move...lose customers, lose gift store sales (Walmart is selling out of Dynasty gear), and invite Bob Evans to gain market share you may never get back.

    • You hit that squarely on the head. We enjoy the food and store but we will not be going there until this is corrected.

      • 1 Reply to mwalk65
      • CBRL needs to look at their demographic and typical customer. This demographic is highly supportive of Duck Dynasty. Pulling the merchandise in order to appease a much smaller demographic who is "offended" by the comments, risks alienating the bigger demographic who actually eat at the Cracker Barrel Stores. So I would expect these people who tend to have the same opinions as the Duck Dynasty folks to basically say the hell with Cracker Barrel at this point. It's bad enough this management team won't allow for a shareholder to keep buying shares on the open market and have performed poorly in operations and creation of shareholder value.

        Sentiment: Sell

 
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