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Each year, the Human Rights Campaign releases its Corporate Equality Index, giving consumers the option to take a good hard look at where they spend their money. With LGBT buying power at an estimated $830,000,000,000 in 2014, it’s good to know which retailers gladly support our community, and which ones don’t pass muster when it comes to LGBT rights.

This year saw a record-breaking number of companies with a perfect score of 100. What’s better, 13 of the 20 top-ranked Fortune companies were privy to that honor this year, including Apple Inc., Ford Motor Co., Citigroup Inc., and Chevron Corp. So, what other “everyday” companies give their LGBT employees a fair shake? Here are a few:

Barnes & Noble Inc.

Wells Fargo & Co.

Gap Inc.

American Eagle Outfitters Inc.

Target Corp.

GameStop Corp.

Staples Inc.

Armani Exchange

MillerCoors, LLC

Best Buy Co. Inc.

Google Inc.

Marriott International Inc.

Humana Inc.

Hewlett-Packard Co.

Campbell’s Soup

And the ones you might want to take a closer look at before you part with your dollar?

Bed Bath & Beyond

Dillard’s

Lowe’s Home Improvement

Priceline.com

Regal Entertainment (Regal Cinemas, Edwards Theatres, United Artists)

The Container Store

Zales

Brook’s Brothers

Cabela’s

What does the HRC consider for the score?

  • Sexual orientation in discrimination policy
  • Gender identity in discrimination policy
  • Domestic partner health benefits
  • Transgender-inclusive benefits
  • Organizational competency practices
  • Public commitment to the LGBT community

For the full list, visit HRC.org/apps/cei.