"Customer feedback has caused us to review our relationship with the NRA".
The nation's largest privately-owned bank holding company and a major vehicle rental chain said Thursday they will stop promotions aimed at National Rifle Association members.
NRA members "are still able to purchase NRA-branded prepaid Visa debit cards because those are made available through a separate entity, NetSpend, which is now "reviewing the relationship" it has with the NRA", Sara Boboltz reports for HuffPost. "Visa has no contractual or financial relationship with the NRA", the spokeswoman tells Boboltz. Some users said they would move their business because it offered the branded Visa card.
A spokesperson for Enterprise Holdings said the company had "ended the discount program, effective March 26", but did not answer CNNMoney's inquiries about when and why the program was terminated.
"Much like AARP or AAA, the organization promotes its discounts for members as a selling point for why people should join".
Following another school mass shooting in the U.S., American citizens are now calling once again for stricter gun control laws bringing heat to the National Rifle Association. "He added that gun-control advocates and the media 'hate the NRA, they hate the Second Amendment, they hate individual freedom, '" Davidson continues. While this step was seen as a win for many in pursuit of gun reform, many were still angry about the existence of a partnership at all.