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About those companies distancing from the NRA

Delta sold a reported 13 tickets for the NRA discount. And for their stance, they’ll likely lose a lot more business.

5 Responses to “About those companies distancing from the NRA”

  1. btlstp Says:

    Maybe I’m just cynical, but I thought that cutting the NRA discounts was more smoke than anything. I would wager that if you checked just how many folks took advantage of those discounts, it would be minimal at all the companies. Its kinda like AARP discounts at motels, yeah its there, but chances are AAA or some other organizations can get you a better deal. What will be interesting is to see if the revenue lost to boycott is more than the money given up by removing the discount.

  2. Tasso Rampante Says:

    No boycott, just common sense. If an airline doesn’t want me to exist, I won’t trust them with my life.

  3. Tasso Rampante Says:

    No boycott, just common sense. If an airline doesn’t want me to exist, I won’t trust them with my life.

  4. Ravenwood Says:

    What’s more didn’t the Georgia legislature deny them a sales tax exemption for jet fuel? Delta’s main hub is Atlanta, and they were saying it was going to cost Delta $50M.

  5. Crawler Says:

    It’s hard to fathom that someone with the book-smarts to ascend to the position of CEO of a billion dollar company could be so ignorant and commonsense-less.

    That Delta CEO deserves everything and every loss coming his way.

    SMH…@ pure stupidity.