Nike has made the biggest mistake of their business career. With Nike’s announcement of Colin Kaepernick as a spokesman for their new advertising campaign, a number of consumers are pledging to boycott the company in response. As the time goes by, more an more people are stepping up and stand for our country!
On Sunday, Rev. Mack Morris cut up his Nike gear during a sermon as a sign of protest against the company’s partnership with Colin Kaepernick.
The senior pastor at a Baptist church in Mobile, Ala., held up a Nike headband and wristband in front of the congregation at Woodridge Baptist Church and cut them with a pair of scissors, which prompted a standing ovation.
“I ain’t using that no more,” Morris reportedly said as he cut up the headband. “I’ve bought my last pair of Nike shoes.”
“He’s inked a contract with Nike,” Morris said of Kaepernick. “No one knows or is telling how many multi-million dollars that is going to be simply because he won’t stand when the national anthem is sung.”
“America may not be the best country in the world and we have a lot of faults, but I tell you what, a lot of folks died for the sake of what the flag represents,” he added.
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This is a good way to get Nike’s attention. It is a good thing that more and more people keep putting the word out on this. And the best way to make an impact is to get people to quit buying from Nike.
That can definitely make a difference! We would support someone that has no respect for our country. As it is said… what goes around comes around!
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Natalie D. is an American conservative writer who writes for Supreme Insider and Conservative US, ! Natalie has described herself as a polemicist who likes to “stir up the pot,” and does not “pretend to be impartial or balanced, as broadcasters do,” drawing criticism from the left, and sometimes from the right. As a passionate journalist, she works relentlessly to uncover the corruption happening in Washington. She is a “constitutional conservative”.