Skip to comments.FYI: NFL Sponsors 2017
Posted on 09/24/2017 9:21:56 AM PDT by janetjanet998
Anheuser-Busch Barclaycard US Bose Bridgestone Campbell's Soup Company Castrol Courtyard Marriott Dairy Management, Inc. (Fuel Up to Play 60) Dannon Extreme Networks FedEx Frito-Lay Gatorade Hyundai Motor America Mars Snackfood Microsoft Nationwide News America Papa John's Pepsi Procter & Gamble Quaker Verizon Visa USAA
***FANCOTT ALERT*** battle stations.
Time to boycott the sponsors that would sponsor an event that hates America.
Are they at a Halloween Party?
I haven’t heard or seen any of the current craziness happening with my beloved Redskins. Will keep a watchful eye before I boycott. Hoping for a miracle.
I have a Hyundai coupe and not selling it to buy another car. The rest of them no problem.
Shit! Not USAA?
I’m going to ask for special dispensation on this one as it is the only sponsor besides Frito-Lay (occasional bag of Fritos) and Campbells (OK, no more of their soup) I do business with.
Jeez, I’ve been with USAA since ‘69. Be a shame to quit now.
Don’t boycott Verizon before boycotting Comcast and ATT.
Cowboys and muslims coming soon.
Theme for the 2017 Superbowl Halftime Show:
“Naked Biracial LGBT Orgy Using American Flags As Wiping Rags”.
Bump for resource.
CK’s girlfriend is not a real practicing Muslim. She isn’t wearing her burqa! Girls like her get acid thrown in their faces or murdered for some man’s honor.
Do they play themselves ?
I’ve been with them since ‘67. My family has three generations of combat veterans.
USAA has been a sponsor for a long time; probably in the middle of a contract now. They should definitely make a public statement.
An organization created by Vets, serving Vets, should not allow any questions on where its allegiance lies.
The NFL used to be known for advertising to a core fan base comprised of younger to middle-aged men. You'd have ads for beer and pickup trucks. Later, you had luxury cars and Viagra added to the mix as this fan base aged and retired.
Now, the NFL is advertising to TV viewers who don't fit into any major demographic group at all. Their advertisers are hardly any different from what you'd see on Olympic figure skating, or weeknight TV sitcoms. That's a mark of the NFL's success over the years, but the problem is that most of their viewers now are casual fans at best, and will quickly get bored of a TV broadcast that has 11-15 minutes of football in 3+ hours of television commercials.
Well if you dig deep like PEPSI for example it hard to avoid some of these products.
Even some Mom and Pop hotels are owned by the biggies
Just boycott the NFL.
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