An American veteran named Tyler Merritt has launched a new apparel line as a response to Nike hiring Colin Kaepernick for their new ad campaign. Merrit’s line features the words: Just stand.
The FOX News Insider reports:
Army Veteran’s Apparel Line Counters Nike-Kaepernick Campaign with ‘Just Stand’ Shirt
An Army veteran called out Nike Saturday on Fox & Friends for featuring Colin Kaepernick at the center of the company’s “Just Do It” campaign.
Tyler Merritt’s company, Nine Line Apparel, has countered Nike by releasing a shirt of its own that reads “Just Stand.”
Merritt, a former Army captain and Nine Line’s CEO, said Saturday, “They decided to take a stance. This is our stand.”
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