Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Fanboy Foodie Frustration: Hy-Vee Halts Costly Kansas City Royals Sponsorship

Not as interesting as Kellogg's dumping Breitbart and the subsequent crybaby routine but still a sign of profit taking after World Series glory. Take a look: Hy-Vee ends sponsorship of Kansas City Royals

10 Comments:

Anonymous said...

I guess Kellogg's doesn't want my money. Screw them.

Plus Price Chopper will be happy to sponsor the Royals.

Anonymous said...

Hey, the citizens of the City of KCMO and Jackson County can not afford them either.

Anonymous said...

So the Breitbart gang is crying over Kellogg's "economic censorship" of their shitty blog. Get these entitled pussies a safety pin for their diapers! What a bunch of pathetic, hypocritical, entitled little boys they are. A company choosing not to advertise with a blog is not censorship. Christ, I shudder to think how such folks would react if faced with real adversity or actual censorship and oppression.

Anonymous said...

Good maybe it won't cost so much to shop at Hy-Vee now.

Anonymous said...

:)

Anonymous said...

4:45, Calm down, have a Coke and a smile.

Anonymous said...

Not gunna miss all of the over priced Royal's shit. , Made in China sweat shops all over every isle ! Royal's shit trying to extract from you $$$ ¡

Anonymous said...

Good for HyVee!

Quit wasting your money subsidizing a sports franchise that wouldn't exist without grossly excessive public subsidies.

Now, if they'll stop giving The KC Star their weekly advertising business, maybe we can go ahead and bury the rag.

Anonymous said...

You make a good point. 445.

Anonymous said...

Hyvee is positioning itself to attract upscale shoppers. That does not include rednecks getting drunk in parking lots before baseball games.