Following is a list of some of the companies that have cut ties or distanced themselves from the NRA:
First National Bank of Omaha — The bank announced that it would not renew a co-branded Visa credit-card with the NRA.
The Hertz Corp. — The rental car company ended its discount program for NRA members.
MetLife Inc. — The insurer terminated discounts that had been offered to NRA members on the NRA website
Enterprise Holdings Inc. — The car rental company that also owns Alamo and National cut off discounts for NRA members.
Symantec Corp. — The software company that makes Norton Antivirus technology ended its discount program with the NRA.
Chubb Ltd. — The insurer announced it was ending participation in the NRA’s gun-owner insurance program, though it provided notice three months ago.
Best Western — The hotel chain told multiple social media users that it was no longer affiliated with the NRA, though it did not say when that decision was made.
Wyndham Hotels — The hotel chain told social media users it is no longer affiliated with the NRA without specifying when that decision was made.