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By Rev. Ted Pike
14 Mar 12

Today, March 14, NPN staff and I were told by Pepsi representatives that partly because of “consumer complaints” they formally decided last Thursday not to sponsor any more episodes of GCB (“Good Christian Bitches”). A Pepsi ad had appeared on the sitcom’s debut.

Unlike Kraft, which publicly announced it will no longer sponsor GCB, the trend of sponsors may be to quietly cancel, possibly avoiding bad relations with ABC.

American Family Association announced recently that Mentos, Chef Boyardee (ConAgra), and Hellmann’s (Best Foods) have similarly backed out, their ads not appearing on the second show. (See Are Three Sponsors Dumping "Good Christian Bitches?") NPN contacted several of the above, who say they have no public statement at this time.

Pepsi’s exit, again, is proof positive that your calls are hitting sponsors hard. With a possible five sponsors now having ended support, a “domino effect” of corporate flight from ABC is a real possibility—if you keep calling!

Robert Harling, script writer for GCB, says he and the cast are dismayed that controversy unexpectedly continues. What is the "controversy" he is talking about? Actually, ABC's insult to Christian women everywhere has been distinguished, with few exceptions, for its lack of opposition from Christian leadership groups. Such silence caused Rush Limbaugh to ask, "Where's the outrage?" Only opposition by AFA, Parents Television Council, NYC Councilman Peter Valano, Jr. and Newt Gingrich stands out as high profile criticism.

That is except for the National Prayer Network. Harling is talking very largely about the nine articles and postings critical of GCB I have put up, primarily on Truthtellers.org and Rense.com over the last two weeks - as well as three national radio shows. These articles have now been read by many tens of thousands and posted on scores of blogs and websites. He is also dismayed that you, unlike most Christian leadership groups, have not decided to lie down and let the anti-Christ Jews of ABC trample our Savior and His followers. Instead, thousands have called sponsors in protest. "Lots of calls are being reported."

Keep up the calling and emailing, even contacting the same sponsor repeatedly on different days. Here’s the new updated list of sponsors with a huge corporation, Pepsi, missing!

List of GCB Sponsors:

Old Navy 1-800-653-6289
Email: custserv@oldnavy.com

Burger King
Click here for an Email Form

Target: 1-612-304-6073
Click here for an Email Form

Virgin Mobile: 1-888-322-1122
Click here for an Email Form

Click here for Contact Information

Nissan: 1-800-NISSAN-1
Click here for an Email Form

Click here for an Email Form

Hyundai: 1-800-633-5151
Email: consumeraffairs@hmausa.com
Click here for an Email Form

Straight Talk: 1-877-430-2355
Email: custsrv@straighttalk.com

Hulu Plus: 1-310-571-4700
Click here for an Email Form

JCPenny: 1-800-322-1189 and 1-972-431-8200
Click here for an Email Form

Victoria's Secret: 1-614-415-7000
Click here for an Email Form

Scrubbing Bubbles: 1-800-494-4855 (U.S.), press 3

bareEscentuals: 1-888-795-4747 
Email: be-pr@bareescentuals.com

Apple iPhone: 1-408-996-1010 
Click here for an Email Form

YouTube: 1-650-253-0000

Verizon: 1-212-395-1000
Click here for an Email Form

Subaru: 1-800-782-2783 
Click here for an Email Form

Post Honey Bunches of Oats: 1-800-431-POST 
Click here for an Email Form

Citi ThankYou Card: 1-212-559-1000

Chef Boyardee: 1-800-544-5680 (possibly discontinued)
Click here for an Email Form

Best Foods: 1-800-418-3275 (possibly discontinued)
Click here for an Email Form

Mentos (Perfetti Van Melle): (possibly discontinued)
Click here for an Email Form


ESPN: 1-888-549-ESPN
Click here for an Email Form

ABCFamily: Click here for an Email Form

Disney: Click here for an Email Form

ABC News: Click here for an Email Form


Rev. Ted Pike is director of the National Prayer Network, a Christian/conservative watchdog organization. 

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