The Gap Will Say ‘Merry Christmas’ This Year, Ditches Political Correctness

The Gap is reportedly ditching political correctness this holiday season and saying ‘Merry Christmas’ to their customers…

JAKARTA, INDONESIA - APRIL 20: An Indonesian shopper carrys a GAP shopping bag as GAP opens their first store in Indonesia at Senayan City shopping mall, on April 20, 2007 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Singapore's FJ Benjamin, a franchise partner of US specialty retailer Gap Inc, plans to open 15 Gap, BabyGap and GapKids stores and five Banana Republic stores in Indonesia by 2011. (Photo by Dimas Ardian / Getty Images)

(Photo by Dimas Ardian / Getty Images)

Yournationnews.com says that The Gap “decided that they are not going to adhere to political correctness this year and say “Merry Christmas” to the people who shop at their store.”

In addition to telling people “Merry Christmas,” there will reportedly be signs hung up in the stores that will say the same thing.

What do YOU think about the change?

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