Grocers warning of anti-Walker stickers
Posted: Thursday, April 28, 2011 Racine Journal Times.com
MADISON (AP) – The Wisconsin Grocers Association is warning its members to be on the lookout for opponents of Gov. Scott Walker who are planning to deface some products in grocery stores on May 1.
Walker opponents have urged consumers to boycott companies that have donated to the governor’s campaign. The Journal Sentinel says there’s a current effort to expand the boycott nationally by placing stickers on products in grocery stores. Among the targeted products are Johnsonville brats, AngelSoft toilet paper, Sargento cheese and Coors beer.
The grocers group has created a sign for stores to post alerting people that placing stickers on products in stores is illegal.
The Racine Tea Party is responding by calling for a “buy-cott” of these products. To see their news release go to: