Liberal activist Shannon Coulter’s campaign on social media to boycott products related to U.S. President Donald Trump and his family suffered a blow this week when Ivanka Trump’s line announced a 346 percent surge in sales from January to February this year.
Coulter, founder of the #GrabYourWallet campaign, made it her personal crusade to punish retailers that sell Ivanka’s merchandise simply because she’s the president’s daughter.
To make matters worse, Coulter also found out that her scare tactics on social media did not gain traction with Neiman Marcus, debunking claims that the luxury retailer has completely dropped Ivanka’s line.
The vindictive Coulter tweeted on March 9 calling for a consumer boycott of Neiman Marcus as they have started to sell Trump merchandise in their stores again.
100% Fed Up reports:
Not only has Neiman Marcus reintroduced the wildly popular Ivanka Trump line of jewelry on their website… Boutique buyers are snatching up her merchandise at the three-day Coterie trade show taking place in New York’s sprawling Davits Center for the upcoming season. It’s in this marketplace, one of a number of similar events that take place around the country, that retailers sort through the noise to locate the items they think their customers are most likely to want.
Some store owners in Brooklyn who spoke on condition of anonymity said they will continue to stock Ivanka Trump products because they sell with customers, particularly the sandals and boots.