Enterprise Rent-a-Car: “We Don’t Want Gun Owners Business”

Rental car giant, Enterprise Holdings, which owns Enterprise Rent-a-Car, Alama Rent-a-Car, and National Rent-a-Car, has ended it’s partnership with the NRA. The company told Business Insider that it would end the program effective March 26, 2018.

Far left ThinkProgress has compiled a list of 22 corporations that offer NRA member discounts and is working to target those companies one by one.

Washington Free Beacon reports that First National Bank of Omaha also announced it would sever ties with the NRA.

For over a decade the bank has issued an NRA-branded Visa card.

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First National Bank of Omaha spokesman Kevin Langin said “Customer feedback has caused us to review our relationship with the NRA.”

Both Enterprise Holdings and First National Bank of Omaha are on the ThinkProgress list.

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