New to the list last year was Facebook (FB), Tesla (TSLA) and Yelp (YELP). It even produces a shopping guide for consumers looking to support companies that take a stand.This ad featuring two men is a first for Tiffany. Here is a rundown of how some prominent companies and brands have addressed LGBT issues ranging from political and personal actions by high profile CEOs to product advertising to workplace policies.Amazon: CEO Jeff Bezos has voted with his wallet: His 2012 donation of $2.5 million to a same sex organization in Washington state was believed to be the largest such donation at the time.
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Stuntman MikeGet daily updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!But now the lads singer Scott Hetherington, guitarist Billy Mulholland, drummer Roy Argyle and Martin Rennie on bass are looking forward to taking to the stage closer to home.Billy, who along with Scott and Martin, went to Caldervale High, said: “The tour has been going really well. We had a cracking gig in London which was pretty much a sell out. We didn’t know what to expect and it turned out to be a great night.”We have played King Tuts quite a number of times so we know what to expect there and it will be nice to be back in front of a few familiar faces.”Scott added: “We love playing to our hometown fans, who have helped create some really special nights for us, but there is an added sense of excitement when playing to a new audience, especially when they show real appreciation for your music and performance.”The band members have day jobs but they are all ambitious and want to make a living from their music.”We have all got 9 to 5 jobs which get in the way a lot,” Billy says.Their busy schedule includes the recording of their next single and finalising some festival gigs in the summer.The lads’ debut single was produced by Stuart McLeod (The Dykeenies/Amy Macdonald) and released on download from all the major UK and international digital music sites.