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

The National Football League 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 player’s union 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?

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  • PatriotGal

    GREAT!!! Now we know which companies to BOYCOTT along with the NFL, WNBA, etc.

    • Daze Inde

      Yes. Thanks 2d Vote for advising us which sponsor to boycott.

  • Devorah Pace

    THANKS FOR LIST TO BOYCOTT, our family will 😡NOT support DISRESPECT😡 of our 🇺🇸AMERICAN PATRIOTISM🇺🇸⚠ HAVE GLASS OF FILTERED water instead of A busch⚠

  • Marilyn Lambert Byrd

    I will not be buying these products anymore.

  • Daze Inde

    I love Quaker Oats products. Now I won’t be able to purchase them. Tried to access their e-mail address on this site but it did not work.

    • American Patriot KY

      Walmart Great Value Oatmeal is just as good as Quakers, and cheaper.

      Truthfully boycotting large corporations will let them know how you feel but it won’t hurt their bottom line other than a dent. Put yourself in their shoes, if you own a business will you advertise in a small market, or a super large market? Will you choose to cut off half your potential customers over stupid politics and go bankrupt? If so you deserve to go bankrupt.

      • Daze Inde

        Walmart is a very leftist corporation. I stopped patronizing them 2 years ago, as diid my colleagues. Yes, you bet it lets them know how we feel. If you choose to support
        them, it is your prerogative. We boycott. Boycotts work. It helps us practice sacrifice while praying. We will continue to boycott. Sorry you feel it is okay for corporations to
        ‘ignore stupid politics’ and continue to support leftist causes.

        • American Patriot KY

          Leftist? Really? Document it is so. Secondly it may not occur to you but in very small towns Walmart is about the only store with decent prices. Just like Papa Johns is on the list yet he has been a 100% supporter of President Trump. Of course, most never let facts get in the way of a good rumor. LV is a perfect example.

          • Daze Inde

            ‘’Corporate America is drawing a line in the sand over America’s
            foundational freedom and they have decided to stand on the wrong side. In the past week, [ 4/2/15) corporations from Angie’s List to Walmart to Yelp have weighed in against religious freedom
            protections in Indiana and Arkansas, having sided with the anti-religious Left.’’ (FRC 4/2/15). As FRC reported two years ago, “on the eve of Good Friday, big business leaders jingled some silver in front of Indiana’s elected leaders to entice them away from defending religious freedom and sadly they took the silver. After huddling with CEOs and LGBT groups, the legislative leadership unveiled a new law that not only guts the state’s newly enacted Religious Freedom Restoration Act but imposes punishing fines on people who follow their beliefs . . .” Religious freedom is not just the freedom to believe, but the freedom to live your life according to those beliefs. I do not support corporations
            who work to crush my freedoms. I REPEAT, I do not support leftist corporations who work to crush my freedoms, particularly my religious freedoms.

  • Greg Price

    N ational F elons L eague