So It Begins… Owner of Historic US Clothing Company Pulls Ads From NFL Games
Well, that’s a good start. Now let us see the snowball effect!
The NFL purposefully choosing “Gold Star Mothers Day” to have their own protest that is the most hateful, vile, disrespectful action, I have ever seen in my lifetime. All my respect and admiration goes to Allan Jones.
TGP: Allan Jones is CEO of Hardwick Clothing and Check Into Cash payday loan company announced on Tuesday he is through with sponsoring the wardrobes and advertising on the NFL.
Hardwick Clothing is America’s oldest suit maker.
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In his statement, Jones said, “Our companies will not condone unpatriotic behavior!”
The Times Free Press reported: Two years ago, Cleveland, Tenn., businessman Allan Jones was proudly showing off his newly acquired Hardwick Clothing-brand suits by providing the wardrobe for NBC’s on-air talent during the network’s broadcasts of NFL football games.
But after NFL players and coaches challenged President Donald Trump and many took a knee during the national anthem played before their games over the weekend, Jones said he is through sponsoring the wardrobes or advertising on stations that air the National Football League.
Jones, CEO of the payday lending chain Check Into Cash and owner of Hardwick Clothes — America’s oldest suit maker — tweeted his criticism and change of heart Tuesday.