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What is a BuyCott?

It is collectively showing appreciation for a company by purchasing their products or services – the opposite of a boycott.

What is a BuyCott?

You probably didn't hear about this on the evening news or read about it in the newspaper, but after a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Pennsylvania donated some sandwiches and brownies to a marriage seminar hosted by the Pennsylvania Family Institute, pro-homosexual activists went ballistic. According to syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin:

All that because one Chick-fil-A franchise donated a few sandwiches to a seminar aimed at helping couples strengthen their marriages. That reaction certainly seems like making a mountain out of a mole hill. You get the sense that there's more to this attack on Chick-fil-A than meets the eye. And you're right. There is. Chick-fil-A operates on Biblical principles and that irritates secularists.

When is the BuyCott?

Please plan to dine at a Chick-fil-A restaurant the week of April 25-30. When you pay for your meal, take a moment to thank them for standing for Christian values as well as print off and hand them the PDF card at the top of this page so they'll know you are from AFA.