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Let a sticker make your statement," former NRA President Marion P. Hammer wrote in the letter . Hammer described several ways supporters of the gun group shouldn't treat their Yeti products, including blowing them up — as one South Carolina man famously did April 23. "Don’t blow up your YETI cooler. Don’t shoot your YETI cooler full of holes. Don’t chain your YETI cooler to the back of your pick-up truck and drag it down the highway. Don’t glue a toilet seat to YETI cooler. Don’t hang your YETI cooler in a tree and beat it with a baseball bat," Hammer wrote. The sticker not only takes a shot at Yeti, but it markets the NRA in a visible way. And it will be given away for free at the NRA's annual meeting and convention in Dallas this weekend . Hammer wrote that the stickers will also be available at local “Friends of NRA Banquet & Auctions.” This continues the fallout from the NRA claim that Yeti has joined a number of businesses that have distanced themselves from the NRA or gun manufacturers after several high-profile shootings.
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