Boycott these Anti-Gun Companies

Source: gunsamerica.com

These 200 Businesses & CEOs Want to Disarm America:
Learn Who They Are, Shop Accordingly


Our friend Alan Gottlieb at the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms has been keeping track of businesses and CEOs who want to disarm America as part of a consumer information project called “Don’t Feed the Gun Prohibitionists.”  


Gottlieb last week made the announcement that CCRKBA would be adding luxury fashion retailer Gucci to the notorious roster that currently includes about 200 companies. 


“We were reminded that Gucci donated $500,000 to the anti-gun March for Our Lives group started three years ago, and quickly was co-opted by the gun prohibition lobby,” Gottlieb said in a press release.  


“When we started this project last year,” Gottlieb recalled, “we were actually surprised, and in some cases disappointed, at some of the businesses we added to the list. We discovered several brand name businesses and corporate leaders who evidently have a nefarious agenda to limit gun rights. Their current and potential patrons should have the knowledge of what their hard earned dollars are actually funding.”


Gottlieb stopped short of calling for an outright boycott of those on the list.


“We’re not calling for a boycott of these companies,” Gottlieb said. “Businesses and the people who own them can support whatever kind of philosophy they want, and gun owning consumers can likewise not spend any money with those firms. Let the marketplace decide. Over 100 million American gun owners represent a sizeable consumer bloc, and they will decide where they spend their money.”


Here is the complete lineup of the companies. To see their respective CEOs and founders, click here


  • 20/20 Vision
  • A&M Records
  • AlleyCorp
  • Alphabet, Inc.
  • Amalgamated Bank
  • Ambition
  • AMC Theatres
  • AOL / Time Warner
  • Ariel Investments LLC
  • Artsy
  • Ascend.io
  • Aspiration
  • AT&T
  • Aura
  • AutoZone
  • Backpack
  • Bad Robot
  • Bain Capital
  • Bank of America
  • Beeswax
  • Begin
  • Betaworks
  • Beyond Meat
  • Bloomberg LP
  • Bonusly
  • Brat
  • Brookfield Property
  • Brud
  • Bumble
  • Burger King
  • Cambly
  • Catch & Release
  • Cerebras Systems
  • Chipotle
  • Circle Medical
  • ClassPass
  • Clearbit
  • Clever
  • Clockwise
  • CNN
  • Color Genomics
  • Comcast
  • Conde Nast
  • Costco
  • Credit Karma
  • Crunchbase
  • Curalate
  • Curtsy
  • Dannon
  • Delta Airlines
  • DICK’S Sporting Goods
  • Disney Company
  • DoorDash
  • Doxel, Inc.
  • Ebay
  • Ecolab
  • Edelman
  • Elektra Labs
  • Emerson Collective
  • Enterprise
  • Eventbrite
  • Farmstead
  • Full Picture
  • Fundera
  • Gap Inc.
  • Gateway Computers
  • GE
  • GEICO
  • Goat Group
  • Golden
  • Graphic Packaging
  • Group Nine Media
  • Gucci
  • Guru
  • Hallmark Cards
  • Hard Rock Cafe
  • Havas Group
  • HBO
  • Hint, Inc.
  • HipDot
  • Hooked
  • Horizon Media
  • Humbition
  • Impossible Foods
  • Interpublic
  • Intuit
  • JOOR
  • Jumbo Privacy
  • Kabbage Inc.
  • Kadena
  • Kanga
  • Knowable
  • Lattice
  • Levi Strauss & Co.
  • Lucent Technologies
  • Lyft
  • MetaProp.vc
  • MetLife
  • Microsoft
  • Modern Fertility
  • MongoDB Inc.
  • MSNBC
  • MTV
  • Navient
  • NBC Universal
  • NCR Corp.
  • Neighborland
  • NewsCred
  • Nextdoor
  • NowThis
  • Nurx
  • Oaktree Capital
  • Oberndorf Enterprises
  • Oceans
  • OfferUp
  • Okta
  • Omnicom Group
  • Openpath
  • Panera Bread
  • Parabol
  • Paravision
  • Paypal
  • Pinterest
  • Plato Design
  • Postmates
  • Presto
  • Prima
  • Progressive Insurance
  • Prologis
  • Publicis Groupe
  • Quartzy
  • Reddit
  • Ribbon Health
  • Ro
  • Roofstock
  • Royal Caribbean Cruises
  • RXR Realty
  • Sara Lee
  • SelfMade
  • Shoptiques Inc.
  • Showtime Cable Network
  • Shutterstock Inc.
  • Sidewalk Labs
  • Sift
  • Skillshare
  • SkySafe
  • Small Door
  • SmartAsset
  • Snapdocs, Inc.
  • Solve.io
  • Sonic
  • Southwestern Bell
  • Splash
  • Square and Twitter
  • Squarespace
  • Standard Bots
  • Subway
  • Sundia Corporation
  • Sunlight Health
  • Superplastic
  • SurveyMonkey
  • SV Angel
  • Symantec
  • ThirdLove
  • Thisopenspace inc.
  • Thrive Capital
  • Thrive Global
  • ThunderCore Inc.
  • Tillable
  • Tinder
  • TOMS
  • Twilio
  • Uber
  • Uniform Teeth
  • Viosera Therapeutics
  • Virtual Kitchen
  • Voxer
  • Voyage
  • Watsi
  • WayUp
  • Whalar
  • Wizeline
  • WPP
  • X.ai, inc.
  • Y Combinator
  • Yelp
  • Yum Brands
  • Zola


“We encourage people buy products from companies they can count on to not support efforts aimed at curtailing constitutional rights,” he explained. “By providing this information, we hope gun owning consumers are making reasonable decisions about which businesses to patronize. This might convince some businesses to re-think their core values.”


The assault on gun rights is coming at us from all angles.  To be frank, there’s never been a time in history where there were more forces working in a coordinated manner to destroy one’s right to keep and bear arms. 

Think about it. Big tech is actively censoring, shadow-banning, and de-platforming pro-gun voices, big banks are refusing to offer financial services to 2A businesses, Hollywood is making a fortune demonizing gun ownership, the Biden administration is vowing to enact its gun-ban agenda and, perhaps, worst of all, Bloomberg is spending hundreds of millions to eradicate 2A rights.


Pause for a minute to really consider that last point. Bloomberg spent $1 billion during the 2020 election cycle. Sure, most of it was wasted on his failed presidential bid but a large chunk was also spent to get “gun sense” candidates in office.


Bloomberg’s worth an estimated $48 billion! He has money to burn. Which means, gun owners have to do everything in their power to fight back. Showing up at the ballot box is the obvious course of action but, also, we cannot forget about voting with our wallets. Money talks, as they say.


Whether it’s buying Wranglers over Levi’s or choosing Kroger over Costco, every little bit we can do to give our dollars to companies that share our values counteracts the financial impact of mini-Mike.


Gottlieb is correct, if we leverage our collective purchasing power and stay active and informed, we may over time be able to convince some of these CEOs and businesses to rethink their stance on firearms.