ESPN’s Endorsement Policy: In the wake of recent events where certain ESPN personalities were not allowed to endorse certain products, while other ESPN personalities were allowed to endorse other products, ESPN has wisely revised their policy. “Beginning Monday, we plan to publicly list any relevant, approved endorsements involving ESPN commentators on ESPN.com. We are more committed than ever to our mission of serving sports fans and we feel the steps we are taking today will help us better meet that goal.” Read the guidelines here. I love that there’s a special bullet point for firearms and ammunition. Now let’s get Jenn Brown back on those 40’s. (Front Row)
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