Grocery Store Boycotts Pepsi Products Because Of NFL Logo!


Article by Bryan Howard

October 15, 2018

A grocery store in Alabama is refusing to sell Pepsi products that display the NFL logo. The owner opposes the NFL for the players kneeling during the national anthem and refuses to support anything the promotes the NFL.

S&Z Grocery Store in Athens, Alabama announced to it’s costumers it will no longer sell Pepsi products until they remove the NFL logo from their products.

Owner of the grocery Phillip Stewart, told WAFF he removed the products that have the NFL logo imprinted on them because he does not support the disrespect of the Country.

Stewart said,“I don’t want to support them in any way, because I feel like it’s just wrong. I can’t in good conscious sell the product because it does have the logo on it.”

Stewart added, “I pulled them myself, the customers didn’t know I was doing this. I sold the product that I had that did not have the logo on it. And I told my rep as well as the delivery guy that I did not want those brought into the store because I would not sell them.”


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