COUNTRY FIRST! CEO Explains Decision to Pull Ads From NFL after Anthem Fiasco!



As the NFL continues its anti-American protests, the majority of the country is getting fed up with hearing overpaid athletes whine about “social injustice” while disrespecting cops and veterans.
Now, Americans are taking a stand, and many people have already come out swinging against the protesters, including several business owners.
Allan Jones is one of them, and he joined Fox News today to discuss his recent decision to pull his commercials from NFL games because of the hateful protests.
Jones is the CEO of “Check Into Cash” and “Hardwick Clothes,” and said his businesses “will not condone unpatriotic behavior.”
“At some point, our country comes first,” said Jones, who is determined to stand against the hate and division being promoted by the NFL now.
From Fox News
A Cleveland, Tennessee business owner is pulling commercials from NFL broadcasts for the rest of the season due to ongoing player protests of the national anthem.
Allan Jones, CEO of Check Into Cash and suit maker Hardwick Clothes, said his companies “will not condone unpatriotic behavior.” More than 200 NFL players conducted protests during the national anthem last Sunday after President Trump called on the league’s owners to fire anyone who kneels during the pregame ceremony.
“For the 29 states we operate in, this isn’t much to them, but it’s a lot to us. The Tombras Group is our ad agency in Knoxville and our national media buyer for both TV and radio [for Check Into Cash] and don’t look for Hardwick on the NFL either,” Jones wrote on his Facebook page.
It’s unclear how many national advertisements Jones’ companies run on NFL broadcasts each season. Jones did not immediately respond to FOX Business’ request for comment.
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