Despite the success in her sport and her success as a female athlete in general, the BIG names don’t want to sponsor her because of THIS…
Kim Rhode has been snubbed by Coca-Cola, Proctor & Gamble and other prominent sponsors.
Why? Read on…
Rhode won her sixth Olympic medal on Friday, making her “the first woman to take the podium in six straight Olympics.”
But Coca-Cola, Procter & Gamble, and other prominent Olympic sponsors are not interested.
According to Bloomberg News, Rhode’s agent, Patrick Quinn, said, “The big mystery is how someone like Kim isn’t part of the Coca-Cola, Procter & Gamble, and the Olympics sponsor push. It would be nice to have an Olympic sponsor recognize the magnitude of her accomplishment.”
Rhode and other members of Team USA believe they are being passed over because of the nonstop denigration of the right to keep and bear arms. And they believe sponsors steer clear because the mainstream media have “attached a stigma to shooting as a sport.”
…Bloomberg reports that “competition-level firearms price between $8,000-20,000,” and one “day of training” can cost as much as $450, when you add “ammunition, clay pigeons and range fees.”
Read more: Breitbart