Brands strive for inclusivity with holiday marketing

Apple, Delta, Amazon and Zales have all earned positive feedback for their efforts to bridge divisions among consumers and across the nation as a whole.

The 2016 presidential election has proven to be divisive, but many brand managers are attempting to bridge the chasm in their marketing and PR efforts.

Delta endeared consumers—and pacified critics—when it banned a passenger for shouting belligerent political statements on a flight.

The New York Times reported:

Delta Air Lines has barred a disruptive passenger who shouted pro-Donald Trump and anti-Hillary Clinton remarks at fellow passengers on a flight from Atlanta to Allentown, Pa., last week, the airline’s chief executive said on Monday.

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