Toiletries and home goods giant Bed, Bath, and Beyond has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy due to a shift in consumerism and a purported “woke” agenda
The popular beer manufacturer, Anheuser-Busch, also faced a similar fate. However, Hobby Lobby, a conservative scrapbooking and crafts supplier, has seized the opportunity and purchased over two hundred Bed, Bath, and Beyond locations with the intent to provide for consumers.
“The Lobby will now be in your favorite mall, plaza, even in Queefsdale, Florida,” said Sandy Batt, Chief Sprinkles Officer of Hobby Lobby. “The Lobby will provide and you will consume. The Lobby is all.”
Hobby Lobby plans to replace Bed, Bath, and Beyond’s products with its own, including plastic scissors and glow-in-the-dark paints. The company has already begun to clear out stores and remove products such as toothbrush holders, which have been replaced with Elmer’s glue pyramids.
By the end of May, Hobby Lobby will have encompassed almost all of the old Bed, Bath, and Beyond locations. The company is preparing to celebrate with a significant marketing push and a sale on selected items.