One of the world’s largest rental-car companies is ending a key partnership with the NRA

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  • Enterprise Holdings, one of the world’s largest rental-car companies, is ending a key partnership with the National Rifle Association.
  • The conglomerate, which operates Enterprise Rent-A-Car, Alamo Rent a Car, and National Car Rental, said it ended a discount program available to NRA members, effective March 26.
  • That follows a move by First National Bank earlier Thursday to end a credit-card promotion with the gun-advocacy group.
  • The developments come more than a week after a deadly mass shooting in Parkland, Florida, and amid escalating demands for greater accountability from lawmakers and businesses after the massacre.

The rental-car giant, Enterprise Holdings, said it would end a discount promotion that was available to members of the National Rifle Association.

A company spokesperson told Business Insider in an email on Thursday: “We ended the discount program, effective March 26.”

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