NRA backlash: These are the companies cutting ties

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Symantec (symc), which sells security software like Norton AntiVirus, has offered discounts to NRA members for products its LifeLock identity theft software, according to the NRA's website.

"We value all our customers but have made a decision to end our discount program with the NRA." said a Metlife spokesperson, who also dropped its NRA partnership.

First National Bank of Omaha had been taking heat on social media due to its relationship with the National Rifle Association.

A cybersecurity firm. Six auto rental brands.

Among those listed: The company that owns Enterprise, Alamo and National Car rental services, and FedEx.

The cybersecurity giant said Friday on Twitter that it "has stopped its discount program with the National Rifle Association".

Wyndham Worldwide, the parent company of Ramada, Days Inn, Super 8 and other nationwide hotel brands, announced that it was also splitting from the NRA.

None of the companies gave details about why or when they chose to cut ties with the NRA, but the news comes as the hashtag #BoycottNRA has taken social media by storm. Survivors from the Parkland High School where the attack occurred have also tweeted in support of the boycott, while several students asked pointed questions to an NRA spokeswoman at a gun policy debate hosted by CNN earlier this week. Loesch blamed a flawed system for letting people who shouldn't be able to buy guns slip through the cracks.

The bank wouldn't disclose details about its relationship with the NRA, including for how long it's been established, what financial terms exist or the number of NRA-branded cardholders. Lockton did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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