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Anecdotal evidence about the success of the great Bud Light beer boycott continues to pour in.
In Houston, a restaurant owner added to the narrative when he confirmed in a television interview his Bud Light sales went flat after the brand used transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney as a spokesman.
Raul Jacobo, the owner of Cobo’s Eado, told KRIV-TV, Fox 26 Houston, about the drop in customer demand for the now-controversial beer brand: “We pretty much can’t even give it away.”
The culture being what it is, and being with Jacobo being a businessman, after all, he was careful not to offend anyone in his interview.
“Personally, you know, it doesn’t matter to me what your beliefs are,” Jacobo said.
But he also spoke the truth of what he’s experienced running his restaurant.
“Business-wise, it’s affected us a lot,” Jacobo said. Since the controversy began, his inventory of Bud Light has not gone down. He has about 14 cases that have not moved since April.
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