Which Companies Sponsor the NFL Players Association? Here's a List ⋆ American Lens

Which Companies Sponsor the NFL Players Association? Here’s a List

NFL - Sponsors - CorporationsThe NFL Players Association (NFLPA) is a labor union affiliated with the AFL-CIO that represents football players in the NFL.

In recent weeks, the NFLPA has defended the players engaged in the controversial national anthem protests and their political statements made using the NFL as a platform.

The NFL Players Association is sponsored by several major corporations and most of those companies are scored in 2ndVote’s database. Follow the links below to the company scorepages where you can find contact buttons that will allow you to reach out to their leadership and voice your displeasure with the players’ conduct:

Anheuser-Busch
Barclaycard US
Bose
Bridgestone
Campbell’s Soup Company
Castrol (BP)
Courtyard Marriott
Dairy Management, Inc.
Dannon
Extreme Networks
FedEx
Frito-Lay
Gatorade
Hyundai Motor America
Mars Snackfood
Microsoft
Nationwide
News America (News Corp/Fox Entertainment Group)
Papa John’s
Pepsi
Procter & Gamble
Quaker Oats
Verizon
Visa
USAA

Remember, a family of four will save $757 by NOT going to a game this weekend. Isn’t it time to tell these companies to use their influence to put a stop to the disrespectful anthem protests and get the players to take their politics out of football?

This article was originally published at 2nd Vote.

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