This seems to be the most up-to-date list of companies that have cut ties with the NRA. I strongly suspect that they will feel some serious backlash. It will be a good taste of what will come should the Left attempt to infringe on our Second Amendment rights (further) or to confiscate our guns.
A portion of corporate America is rethinking its relationship with the National Rifle Assn., taking a closer look at investments, co-branding deals and other ties to the gun industry after the latest school massacre.
The NRA has aggressively resisted calls for stricter gun control in the wake of the Feb. 14 shooting at a Florida high school that left 17 dead.
Now, companies that partner with the NRA to offer members-only deals, ranging from life insurance to wine clubs, face mounting pressure from customers to take a stand. More than a dozen have ended business partnerships with the group.
Some retailers have also taken steps to restrict gun sales, saying that it’s become clear that firearms outlets must go beyond what current U.S. law requires.
Here’s a list:
First National Bank of Omaha
The bank announced last Thursday that it will not renew a contract with the NRA to issue a branded Visa card.
Enterprise Holdings Inc.
The car rental company, which also owns Alamo and National, announced last Thursday that it plans to cut off discounts for NRA members starting March 26.
Allied and North American van lines
The moving services providers, which share the parent company Sirva Inc., both announced last Friday that they have terminated discounts for NRA members.
Avis and Budget car rental
The car rental companies, which are both operated by Avis Budget Group, told multiple social media users last Friday and Saturday that they will end discounts for NRA members as of March 26.