The NFL has a public relations crisis on their hands after hundreds of highly-paid players decided to disrespect the very country that afforded them the opportunity to throw a ball for a living and make millions of dollars.
With entire teams hiding and cowering in the locker room while the National Anthem plays, this is getting out of hand and America is fighting back.
What blows our minds is that NFL owners, coaches and top players are under the illusion that disrespecting our country is the right thing to do, when in reality, a majority of Americans strongly oppose their “take a knee” movement.
So, here’s what we need to do to catch the attention of top NFL brass:
1. Take a look at the NFL’s 25 corporate sponsors below. Print it out, bookmark it, whatever.
2. Do your very best to NOT purchase items or services from these sponsors until the NFL sorts out this Anthem protesting crap.
3. Share this information with like-minded patriotic friends and family. And encourage them to share it.
With the 2018 Superbowl coming up on Feb. 4, it’s even more important than ever to send these companies one final message, because the NFL wants America to forget what happened over the past 6 months and are betting that you will have forgotten by the start of next season.
NFL Sponsors List 2018:
Anheuser-Busch, Barclaycard US, Bose, Bridgestone, Campbell’s Soup Company, Castrol, Courtyard Marriott, Dairy Management, Inc. (Fuel Up to Play 60), Dannon, Extreme Networks, FedEx, Frito-Lay, Gatorade, Hyundai Motor America, Mars Snackfood ,Microsoft, Nationwide, News America, Pepsi, Procter Gamble, Quaker, Verizon, Visa, USAA
When liberals attack conservative television personalities and speakers, they go directly for the sponsors. And guess what? Pressure builds and changes are made. We need to take the same exact approach.
It might be difficult to avoid products from these sponsors, but I know that patriotic Americans who love this country will be willing to make the short-term sacrifice for the bigger picture.
Let’s remind these sponsors that we’ll be happy to continue using their products once they pressure the NFL to do something about hundreds of players disrespecting a country with freedoms that were paid for with the blood of those who fought to preserve it. The very least these players can do is give up a few moments of their time to pay respect to the country that affords them a millionaire’s lifestyle.
Countless American troops have given their blood, limb and life for this great nation and if these overpaid, over-hyped professional jocks refuse to acknowledge that, then we need to follow the money and begin our assault. Boycotting the NFL’s top sponsors is a start. Power in numbers, folks!
Now, share this everywhere, please. Or give it a “like” — either way greatly helps the cause!