Hundreds of individuals have lost their livelihoods due to Bud Light’s catastrophic gender-ideology campaign.
According to the U.K. Daily Mail, a glass company that produces bottles for Anheuser-Busch, the parent company of Bud Light, is closing two facilities in the southern United States.
According to an investigation by WRAL-TV, the closures of Ardagh Group factories in Wilson, North Carolina, and Simsboro, Louisiana, were caused by declining Bud Light sales.
According to one Ardagh machine maintenance mechanic, the decision is directly related to Bud Light’s difficulties.
“Because of Budweiser no longer selling the bottles, they no longer needed our product,” glass manufacturer David Williams stated.
After Bud Light released a promotional video featuring transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney, conservatives engaged in an abrupt and aggressive boycott of the light beer.
After SINGLE HANDEDLY costing Bud Light $20B…..Dylan Mulvaney is now attacking Bud Light for not standing with him!?!
— Graham Allen (@GrahamAllen_1) June 30, 2023
Budweiser is offering $15 rebates in exchange for the purchase of a pack of Bud Light, essentially giving the product away for free, due to the dismal sales of what was once America’s best-selling beer.
Alissa Heinerscheid, a marketing executive who orchestrated the Mulvaney farce — widely regarded as one of the most detrimental marketing moves in business history — has left the company.
JUST IN: Bud Light has officially fired two top Anheuser-Busch marketing executives after they destroyed the Bud Light brand with their Dylan Mulvaney campaign.
Group VP for Marketing Daniel Blake and Bud Light Marketing VP Alissa Heinerscheid are no longer with the company… pic.twitter.com/FRRGtlo8m0
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) June 27, 2023
More on this story via The Western Journal:
The employees at the two glass factories never had a choice about going into business with a trans activist of “Days of Girlhood” fame.
The Wilson factory employs 400 people, and the Simsboro factory employs 245. CONTINUE READING…