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    Talk about cutting your own throat!

    I posted in the lounge because Yeti has not give a reason yet.

    #BoycottYeti Movement Erupts After Cooler Maker Ditches NRA Foundation | Breitbart

    Doesn't hurt my feeling as there are other coolers just as good for a lot less money.
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    Yeah it makes me angry and I'd love to boycott them but I have never been a customer. I hope they pay a price for it.
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    You'd think they'd have known their market... oh well.
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    Lots of other companies out there that make very similar (if not better) products that do support the NRA and affiliates. Sadly, this appears to be a recurrent theme of companies that grow large fast. They always seem to want to crap where they eat and take major hits in profits and stock values.
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    I'm going to boycott boycotting.

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    I'd buy Yeti, but they are so over priced, not worth pursuing. I buy RTIC. Quite a bit less expensive and made in same process (and probably manufacturing plant). Both are Texas companies, so win win for me.
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    Whats wrong with a garbage can or a five gallon bucket?
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    These people, who want to boycott the NRA or blame the NRA for the disturbed people in this country who own, and or use a gun to commit the unthinkable crimes, are in fact blaming everyone on this and other gun forums for these acts. Because, if you are a member of the NRA or not, you still support the NRA monster machine by your legal ownership of a gun, coupled with your strong stance in support of the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution.

    As we find these individuals/companies/organizations, we must not allow our hard earned money to find its way into their coffers.

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    How exactly were they thinking they would hurt the NRA. The NRA sells Yeti products through their online store. The NRA will just switch suppliers, no problem, no muss, no fuss.
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    I see this being an end to them. Such a stupid move. They obviously don't know who their major market is. I hope to see their advertising go away on the outdoor channels and every event that pertains to the outdoor sports. Not a stretch in my mind. Very bad move.
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