Although State Farm insurance ads featuring Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers were virtually nonexistent during the NFL’s slate of Sunday games, the company issued a statement on Monday confirming its support for Rodgers, who on Friday tested positive for the COVID-19 vaccine. made baseless claims. That he tested positive for the virus and lied to reporters about vaccinations.
“We do not support certain statements that [Rodgers] but we respect their right to have their own personal point of view.” a state farm spokesperson said USA Today Monday.
Despite being publicly standing by Rodgers, just 1.5% State Farm ads featured current MVPs during Sunday games, down 25% from the previous two Sundays. report good From Action Network which was confirmed Businesshala By Apex Marketing Group.
Previa Health, a Wisconsin medical clinic group, Having said On Saturday it will end its nine-year partnership with Rodgers, citing its commitment to encourage vaccination to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Rogers at his State Farm. earns an estimated $2 to $3 million per year from sponsorship, According to Yahoo!.