National Center for Public Policy Research’s Free Enterprise Project focuses on shareholder activism and the confluence of big government and big business.
The Free Enterprise Project (FEP) is the conservative movement’s only full-service shareholder activism and education program.
Free Enterprise Project (FEP) files shareholder resolutions, engages corporate CEOs and board members at shareholder meetings and petitions. Justin Danhof, our Director, stands alone in his fight to stop liberal corruption of Corporate America. Stand with Justin.
Justin Danhof was presented with a 2019 Impact Award by Ginni Thomas, President of Liberty Consulting, for his work leading the Free Enterprise Project. Hear what Justin has to say ([link removed]) about what is happening to corporations in America.
NIKE CEO SHOULD RESIGN AND APPOINT COLIN KAEPERNICK AS OBVIOUS REPLACEMENT
Free Enterprise Project Offers Gift Of Rush Limbaugh’s “Stand Up For Betsy Ross” T-Shirt To CEO Mark Parker, Who Refuses It
Find out what happened at a Nike Shareholder Meeting in September
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LEVI’S anti-gun politics puts brand at risk
Levi's ([link removed]) will continue its anti-gun activism and support for anti-gun causes even after the Free Enterprise Project gave them polling data showing it hurts their reputation and can drive customers elsewhere.
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National Center for Public Policy Research ([link removed]) commissioned a poll asking Americans their view on Levi's
([link removed]) before and after learning about President & CEO of Levi's Chip Bergh’s support for curbing Second Amendment rights. The poll found that support for Levi-Strauss dropped over 20 percent after respondents learned that the company supports bans on certain weapons, surveillance of gun purchases by credit card companies, and restricting Second Amendment rights based on age.