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Enterprise Is Getting DESTROYED For Canceling NRA Member Discounts


Enterprise Rent-a-Car is getting absolutely destroyed on social media for quietly announcing Thursday they’d canceled their discount program for NRA members following last week’s shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida.

Even though the NRA had exactly nothing to do with the shooting, the 5 million-member Second Rights advocacy organization has been publicly ridiculed, accused of being complicit with murder, and, now, apparently targeted by some companies willing to jump into the political fray.

Interestingly, Enterprise  did not make the official announcement on their own Twitter feed, but in a response to another Twitter user’s post.

Enterprise’s announcement was immediately met with thousands of responses from angry Enterprise customers incensed that the rental car company – and its affiliated brands, National and Alamo – would penalize the NRA and its millions of law-abiding gun owners for the unrelated actions of a madman.


And those are just a few of literally thousands of online pledges to boycott Enterprise, who has yet to issue any sort of statement explaining why they've chosen to target law-abiding gun owners in response to a mass shooting by a criminal.

According to the NRA's website, the organization still has discount deals with rental companies Avis, Budget and Hertz.

Additionally, First National Bank of Omaha, one of the country’s largest privately held banks, also announced it would end its credit-card co-branding deal with the NRA. 


The bank had previously offered what they called the “Official Credit Card of the NRA,” which included 5 percent back on gas and sporting goods store purchases and a $40 bonus card, according to the Washington Post.

Not a good move, guys.

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