Published: Wed, September 12, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Fall out from Kaepernick Nike ad continues

Fall out from Kaepernick Nike ad continues

He described the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback as "a person known for wearing pigs on his socks, mocking law enforcement, kneeling against our flag, and mocking our troops".

Thank you for signing up for the Speed Feed Newsletter. YouGov also found a 10 percentage point increase in the number of Nike customers versus the general public who say a company should take a stand on social issues and have a "moral message".

"If Nike chooses to apologize to our troops and to our law enforcement officers, then - and only then - will TMU reconsider their brand", President Caner said in a statment.

Truett McConnell University in Cleveland, Georgia, released a statement Friday announcing the end of its partnership with Nike and detailing plans for the rest of its Nike merchandise.

"Nike is a company that is focused on younger generations and expanding their market".

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But it's the principle, Caner said, that's important to the university. I don't know. I think I would have'. It's something the students need to learn and discuss, and that's what we've done. Monday, Avery was at the school's university campus store, buying a Truett McConnel Nike-branded shirt before all of the inventory runs out. "Personally, being an athlete, I love Nike". "I do believe there needs to be more organization between the players and the ownership".

It's been incredible to watch Kaepernick receive a great deal of criticism from fans after kneeling during the National Anthem, to now being one of the most popular figures in sports, even though he hasn't played in a game since 2016. "I've always worn Nike".

Michael said on Ellen: 'I take my hat off to him because he really did sacrifice and put so much on the line for other people that he had no idea who they were - he never met them doesn't know them - and he put his whole life his career on the line'.

Any current Nike gear will still be sold, but all proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warriors and the Fraternal Order of Police.

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