These are the companies that need to hear from us!

RJ~PWCM~JLA 2012/03/13 21:23:09
As far as I can tell based on Think Progress' own dubious information, the below list contains the companies that are claiming to have actually pulled their ads from the Rush Limbaugh show.

The list does not include the companies that Think Progress is lying about. The ones that have never advertised on the Limbaugh show, but which Think Progress continues to include in their ridiculously inflated counts.

Although I haven't heard of most of these, I believe they need to hear from us!

And remember - if a corporation is public, you can usually request that a free copy of their annual report and other investor information be sent to you by mail.

AccuQuote - 847–850–2000 (HQ)
AOL - 877.265.1010 (investor relations)
Bonobos - 1-877-294-7737 (HQ)
Carbonite - 877-665-4466 (HQ)
Citrix - 954-267-3000 (investor relations)
Constant Contact - 781-472-8100 (HQ)
Legal Zoom - (323) 962-8600 (HQ)
Polycom - 925.924.5907 (investor relations)
Pro Flowers - 1-800-580-2913 (sales or service)
Quicken Loans - (800) 863-4332 (main office)
Reputation Rhino - 1-888-975-3331 (HQ)
Sears - (847) 286-2500 (HQ)
Sensa Weight-Loss System - (866) 514-2554 (customer service)
ServiceMagic.com (couldn't find number)
Sleep Number - (763) 551-7000 (HQ)
Tax Resolution Services - (818) 774-1813 (HQ)
Vitacost.com - (561) 982-4180 (HQ)

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  • hari 2012/03/14 18:22:36
    THOSE companies are wise enough
  • safari 2012/03/14 06:16:39
    I saw a partner post by Legal Zoom here tonight hmmm guess I won't be answering those either. I'll just let them have their lib fan club give them the slanted answers they most likely crave.
  • TheTruth1313 2012/03/14 05:39:35
    Glad to see that I don't use any of these cowardly corps.
  • goatman112003 2012/03/14 02:24:10
    Look these companies are fair weather friends and stop doing business with them period.
  • RJ~PWCM... goatman... 2012/03/14 03:10:26
    Yes, agreed. But it wouldn't to let them *know* that we've stopped doing business with them. They need to understand that their decisions have consequences, the same way you'd teach a child.
  • seadog6608PWCM 2012/03/14 02:13:02
  • RJ~PWCM... seadog6... 2012/03/14 03:10:48
  • safari seadog6... 2012/03/14 06:17:53
    Really? Because I just poopooed the notion of using Carbonite earlier today for a computer back up. So - did they pull and come back or was that just a rumor? If they pulled and came back that is almost as lame.
  • seadog6... safari 2012/03/14 11:55:24
  • RJ~PWCM... safari 2012/03/14 14:26:12
    I'd think twice about using them anyway. They lost $24 million last year!
  • PoliticallyIncorrect 2012/03/13 23:02:18
    AOL was bought out by Huffington, so there's one incestuous relationship that I would expect to pull their ads. Carbonite is a flaming liberal group and was taking a poll to see if their sales would be impacted. Lear Capital isn't on your list, but they are also polling the people who call. Can't speak about the others.
  • RJ~PWCM... Politic... 2012/03/14 03:11:25
    Thanks for the information! I got this list off the Think Progress website, and didn't see Lear Capital there.
  • Temlakos~POTL~PWCM~JLA~☆ 2012/03/13 22:43:01
    Actually, I don't use any of those firms.
  • Thor American EXPAT n New G... 2012/03/13 21:35:10
    Thor American EXPAT n New Guinea
    Actually I think NOT hearing from us would be a better solution. AS IN NOT PURCHASING their products.
  • RJ~PWCM... Thor Am... 2012/03/13 21:55:24
    Well that too.

    But remember, they're responding to perceived pressure from a SMALL number of people calling and bitching. It wouldn't take many on our side to help them understand the error of their ways.

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