Skip to comments.NFL Players Association - Sponsors
Posted on 09/25/2017 6:00:05 AM PDT by Oldeconomybuyer
We work collaboratively on the overall planning and integration of NFL players leveraged within our partners annual NFL player-integrated promotional campaigns.We emphasize engagement and alignment with NFL sponsors to help implement your platforms, offer guidance on activating players and collaborate on all initiatives aimed at growing and leveraging your player rights.
Campbell's Soup Company
Dairy Management, Inc. (Fuel Up to Play 60)
Hyundai Motor America
Procter & Gamble
Thank you, union, for the list of businesses we can choose to no longer patronize. I guess I’ll have to watch the commercials now on game breaks to see the local advertisers who can count on me to not spend there.
Fantastic post, thank you..!
Beer is the BIGGEST.
If the beer ads are pulled, the NFL would be in deep trouble.
USAA...?! Yet another misstep by USAA that will need to be corrected.
All this kneeling is good practice for these thugs, it will come in handy when their parole is revoked and they go back to prison where they learned to kneel the first time.
Visa is the only one I give patronage too.
Your organizations support a racist terrorist organization called Black Lives Matter! Black Lives Matter promotes the killing of innocent police officers!
Black Lives Matter lies about criminal statistics and manipulates people’s emotions! There is a political agenda to their protests and criminal activities!
NFL should have protected the game & their black players from falling for the agenda of a racist terrorist group!
Is NFL the new N word ?
USAA needs to make full disclosure about the number of “comp” tickets that are used by management at USAA.
This is a cooperative, not a cookie jar.
I have already switched to The Main Street Group a smaller company out of New England.
Millionaires need a players union?
Only when the thugs get suspended or arrested.
We should figure out how to place a resolution to not advertise at NFL games on the agenda for the next annual meeting of each of these corporations. Surely someone knows how to do this.
Time to change from Visa to MasterCard - then I’m clean of these filthy coddled Elitists.
The NFL Player’s Union doing our job for us.......Yes for win.
I think its the black players who need the union. Not many white guys playing in the league are going to get popped for beating up the baby-mammas, car-jacking or robbing convenience stores.
Be sure and let the NFL Players Ass. know WHY you’re boycotting them:
1133 20th Street, NW #500
Washington, DC 20036
Just sent the following letter to USAA:
I have just learned that USAA is a sponsor of the NFLPA. While I realize that USAA leadership probably receives some substantial perks for that sponsorship, it gives me cause to wonder just who USAA really supports.
I’m a retired Army officer and I’ve been a USAA member since graduation from OCS, which was over 30 years ago. My late brother served in the Navy, my late father retired from the Air Force as a Chief Master Sergeant and members of my family have served in the military for six generations. Seeing Alejandro Villanueva, a West Point graduate and Airborne Ranger with three deployments to Afghanistan, standing alone with his hand over his heart while ALL of his teammates boycotted the national anthem broke my heart. Now I discover that USAA supports the very organization that heaps its disrespect - disrespect that began long before our president made any comments about the so-called protests - on the country that I and my family and friends have fought and died for?
I will not be lectured about “inequality” by ignorant fools who’ve been babied and coddled by their families, their schools and coaches since at least high school, many of whom make more in a year than most Americans make in a lifetime. If USAA invests my money in an organization that openly disrespects my country and the sacrifices of so many veterans, I’ll have nothing to do with USAA. Take your free tickets in the expensive seats; I suspect that, before long, you won’t have much company in the stadiums.
Major, US Army, retired
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