TONTITOWN, Ark. - Popular cooler maker Yeti is cutting back on discounts it provides to NRA members, which is sparking controversy from stores that carry the product.
On its Facebook page, Ozark Sportsman Supply in Tontitown says it will not sell Yeti products anymore because of this decision.
Yeti also released a statement Monday defending the brand.
"We were offering them an alternative customization program broadly available to consumers and organizations, including the NRA Foundation. These facts directly contradict the inaccurate statement the NRA-ILA distributed on April 20."
According to Ozark Sportsman Supply General Manager Dennis Cunningham, the store may donate the Yeti products.
Cunningham says they have received over 50 messages on Facebook from people asking how they can support the store.
All future Yeti orders have been canceled and the store is not sure how long the boycott will last.
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