In Light of Anthem Protests, a CEO Cuts the Cord on One of NFL’s Biggest Money-Making Sources

In Light of Anthem Protests a CEO Cuts the Cord on One of NFLs Biggest Money-Making Sources

Driven by NFL’s devouring protests against the national anthem, the CEO of Hardwick Clothes and payday lending chain Check Into Cash promised his advertising of all NFL games will be shut down. This also includes sponsoring of sports attire for NBC’s on-air talent during NFL broadcasts.

The CEO, Allan Jones clearly stated that his companies “will not condone unpatriotic behavior,” according to reports.

The Times Free Press also stated Jones instructed his media buyer, the Tombras Group, to cease every commercial of his companies in service of the NFL, “for the entire season.”

“For the 29 states we operate in, this isn’t much to them, but it’s a lot to us,” Jones said, according to the report. “The Tombras Group is our ad agency in Knoxville and our national media buyer for both TV and radio (for Check Into Cash) and don’t look for Hardwick on the NFL either.”

Jones has always taken President Trump’s side and severely criticized NFL’s shameful happenings.This came after many NFL players and team members decided to take the knee during the national anthem, giving up their basic right to call themselves Americans.

Nonetheless, Jones decided not to partake in the nonsense of this sort and is deservingly punishing the league by taking away one of their main sources of income.

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