Restaurant Owners Stop Selling Popular Drink Brands, Because of Beliefs

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By Andrew Reed

Waha, Idaho (KMVT-TV) The owners of a popular Waha restaurant near Lewiston, Idaho are no longer selling Miller-Coors or Pepsico products because the values of the companies don't meet with their own.

Mike and Mari Fuller won't include any of those drinking products because those corporations support the national gay and lesbian chamber of commerce.

The Fullers have owned the restaurant since 2008 and made their decision to be conscientious consumers one year after they opened.

"The National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce is an entity that collects money from major corporations to further promote policies for the gays, lesbians, bisexuals and transgenders, and as Christians, we don't support that” said Mike Fuller, Owner Waha.

The fullers said, this isn't a permanent removal.
They said that they'll start selling Pepsico, Miller and Coors products again if the corporations stop affiliating with the NGLCC.


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