Why is the NFL getting so upset with J.P. Sports?
Posted On July 23, 2021
The NFL has been in a heated discussion over its decision to let J.D. Power & Sprecher handle the naming rights of the new stadium.
The company, which was founded in 2014, has been criticized by the NFL for not following the league’s guidelines for naming a new stadium and for being “disrespectful of the NFL’s brand.”
J.W. Poole, president of J.J. Power and Associates, said the league has been supportive of Poole’s efforts.
“I think the league is very supportive of our business and our efforts and their efforts to get this project done,” Poole told The Verge.
“We’re not the first ones to say this, but the league supports our efforts.”
The decision to change the league logo comes after several months of criticism, and it was met with some skepticism.
The logo was already a bit generic and generic in the past, and some players had questioned whether it was the right look.
A lot of players didn’t even like the old logo, and others thought it was a bit too generic.
The new logo is different, and Poole said that it’s the right thing to do.
“The logo is an iconic symbol of the United States of America,” Pooles told The Daily Dot.
“It’s a symbol of American football, it’s an iconic American icon, and we have to respect that.”
JPL has already begun working with the NFL on the new logo.
“Our work on the logo will be focused on ensuring that the NFL continues to be an icon in the minds of millions of fans around the world,” Pooly told The Guardian.
“That’s the job of the league.
That’s the work of the commissioner, and that’s the way that we will approach this.”
He added that the league would work with Poole on the naming process.
“He has been a tremendous champion for us, and I think he’s very good at what he does,” Pooley said.
“But we’ve seen what the NFL can do.
We can do it.
We’ve done it in the NFL, and this is a very good way for us to get it done.”