Nike favorability slumps after Kaepernick campaign debuts

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"I've been wearing Nike jogging shoes since 1980", says Morris, "I got news for you, I've bought my last pair of Nike shoes".

Rev. Mack Morris, of Woodridge Baptist Church in Mobile, found a news hook for his sermon on Sunday morning.

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A poll of 2,000-plus Americans shows that 19 percent would buy more Nike products after the company announced Colin Kaepernick as a face in its "Just Do It" 30th-anniversary campaign.

Former WWE star Eva Marie dropped a thirty-minute video this weekend in which she talks about being unhappy with the verbiage in Nike's recent Colin Kaepernick advertisement. Then he added, "I don't know about you, but I'm a little exhausted of that", to which the congregation responded with amens. "And when my father can look at me and tell me that he's not offended and that he understands, then how could I - who didn't do that service - be offended?" He is credited with being the first NFL player to kneel during the national anthem in protest of social injustice. While nearly nobody had a negative view of Nike prior to the Kaepernick campaign according to ESPN, 17 percent of respondents in the latest poll now view Nike negatively. "Nobody knows and nobody's telling how many multi-million dollars that is going to be simply because he does not want to stand when the national anthem is sung".

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Kaepernick filed a collusion grievance against the NFL earlier this year alleging that the league's owners had conspired under pressure from President Trump, to keep him out of the league. He was greeted by cheers, laughs and eventually, what appeared to be, a standing ovation from his congregation. The jerseys are not made by Nike. Sales surged in the days immediately after the campaign's announcement, but Nike stock is still down from where it was at the beginning of the week.

Jerry Falwell Jr., the president of Liberty University, has said although his school has a contract with Nike, the school may not renew it when it expires.

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