As we hear reports of companies distancing themselves from the NRA and caving to Liberal cries to #BoycottNRA, we’re also getting reports of companies who have (at least for now) decided to maintained their relationship with them.
Yahoo reports these companies have decided to cut ties (bold added for emphasis):
Facing pressure from consumers, the First National Bank of Omaha said Thursday it would stop issuing NRA-branded Visa credit cards after its contract with the group expires. Enterprise Holdings, which operates the rental car brands Enterprise, National and Alamo, says it will end its discount program for NRA members next month, along with Avis and Budget. Hertz is out, too.
Other companies ditching the NRA include Chubb, which underwrites the NRA’s Carry Guard firearms insurance; Symantec’s LifeLock, an identity-theft prevention service, and Norton, which offers computer security software; home security system provider SimpliSafe; Allied and North American Van Lines, two moving services; and MetLife, which had offered savings on home and auto insurance to NRA members.
To date, these companies have held strong. I have to say, I’m pleasantly surprised to see some of these names.
- Harland Clarke Direct Selling Solutions
- Lockton Affinity
And Yahoo reports that “The NRA Business Alliance maintains a directory of local businesses.” So you can check to see who else you can support!