Quicken Loans has decided to suspend any and all on-air advertising with the Rush Limbaugh radio program, citing “inflammatory comments” coupled with valuable feedback from both clients and employees. This news comes from Cleveland Cavaliers majority owner and Quicken Loans CEO Dan Gilbert.
Limbaugh, a nationally-syndicated political radio personality who lasted all of three weeks as a color commentator for Monday Night Football, derided a Georgetown University law student, who was a representative in a contraception hearing, as a “slut” in addition to other comments which have drawn the ire of many.
How long the company will suspend advertising on the radio program is yet to be determined.
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