FedEx will not be cutting ties with the National Rifle Association. More may follow in the near future. Others, including FedEx, are staying put.
To Jena, the findings highlight the fact that there is always an injury risk when people own firearms - no matter how well-trained they are.
However, not all companies partnered with the NRA have given in to public pressure. According to the NRA, that results when a candidate "Refused to answer the NRA-PVF Candidate Questionnaire, often an indication of indifference, if not outright hostility, to gun owners' and sportsmen's rights".
Though FedEx won't be severing ties with the NRA, it also said in the original release that it doesn't agree with the gun lobby's positions on firearm regulation.
She believed the NRA and its members are being unfairly targeted.
Supporters of the National Rifle Association (NRA) holding a counter-demonstration against gun control advocates outside the NRA building in Fairfax, Virginia, last year.
Translation: They got an earful from angry people who either have an anti-gun agenda or don't know what else to do with their rage over the deaths of 17 innocent people in Florida.
Delta Air Lines Inc.is based in Atlanta.
With a national force deriding the organization's stance on gun control policies following the deadly Florida school shooting, activists turned their focus on the companies that do business with the gun lobby.
"Let it be absolutely clear", the statement said. No particular reason. Documentary urgency just isn't a regular thing in my life, and, for packages, the United States Postal Service and UPS are more conveniently located. Boycotts are, of course, as American as the original Boston Tea Party.
"We have notified the NRA that we are ending the NRA's rental vehicle discount program with Hertz", the rental auto company tweeted Thursday afternoon. "Not anymore", a Changed.org petition says.
This purge of the NRA is different, however, because these companies are essentially boycotting their customers. And yet some firms, such as FedEx, continue offering discount programs for NRA members while publicly calling for an end to assault weapons.
"How well can they position themselves so that they're being viewed as honest and supportive of what is a national crisis and not walking away from the Second Amendment?" said Robert Passikoff, president of Brand Keys, a consumer research firm.
Ultimately the voting booth is the most effective way for outraged citizens to loosen the NRA's grip on lawmakers.
Does this mean we need to arm the clergy in houses of worship; or sales associates in malls; or servers in restaurants; or doctors and nurses in hospitals?
No NRA member has committed mass murder - not at a school, a church or anywhere else. Other credit card companies did not respond to requests for comment.
Yep, the gun industry really does make a killing from every mass shooting.
"[When] those with the greatest exposure to firearms take a break from handling loaded firearms in their homes, and in other contexts, fewer people are shot", Webster said. It is indeed shameful cowardice.