These Companies Have Cut Ties With The NRA

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Since the Parkland school shooting on February 14, #BoycottTheNRA has gone viral on Twitter. This week, a number of U.S. corporations are announcing their divestment from the National Rifle Association.
The First National Bank of Omaha was among the first. The bank will halt its production of a special NRA credit card, thus paving the way for other banks, airlines, car rental companies, and insurance companies to follow suit. Many are seeing these actions as the corporate way of "calling B.S.” on the gun lobby, in the words of Parkland shooting survivor and activist Emma González.
Here is a comprehensive list of the companies and brands cutting ties with the NRA in light of the recent mass shooting.
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First National Bank of Omaha

The bank was among the first to publicly cut ties with the NRA following the Parkland shooting, announcing that it will halt production of its special Visa card for NRA members.
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Delta Airlines

On Saturday, Delta released a statement via Twitter announcing that the company will be ending its discounted rates for NRA members and "requesting that the NRA remove [Delta] information from their website."
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United Airlines

Shortly after Delta's announcement, United stated on Twitter that it will also no longer be offering discounted rates for travel to NRA's annual meeting. The airline asked that the NRA remove United information from its website.
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Allied Van Lines & North American Van Lines

Allied Van Lines and North American Van Lines, owned by parent company, Sirva, have cut ties with the NRA and have asked to be removed from the NRA website, a spokesperson for Sirva told ThinkProgress.
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Avis Budget Group

A spokesperson for Avis told ThinkProgress that Avis will no longer provide a discount to NRA members, effective March 26.
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On February 23, Hertz announced on Twitter that it had "notified the NRA that [they] are ending the NRA’s rental car discount program."
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Alamo, Enterprise & National

Owned by parent company Enterprise Holdings, these three rental car companies announced on February 22 that they will be ending their discount for NRA members, effective March 26.
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Starkey Hearing Technologies

This hearing aid technology company announced on Twitter on February 24 that they will not be renewing their discount program for NRA members.
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The insurance company announced on Twitter that they "have decided to end [their] discount program with the NRA."
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A spokesman for the insurance company told Reuters on February 23 that Chubb plans to cease its NRA insurance program, known as “NRA Carry Guard,” and that it made this decision three months ago.
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This car pricing and information company announced on Twitter that it is cutting ties with the NRA, effective February 28.
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The home security company told ThinkProgress in an email that it will be cutting ties with the NRA.
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The cybersecurity company announced on Twitter that it has halted its discount program for NRA members.