By Steve LackmeyerBusiness email@example.comAt a time when the once cozy relationship between Oklahoma City-based Ackerman McQueen and the National Rifle Association has turned toxic, the two sides are in agreement it’s time to end a 38-year relationship that included legendary campaigns and creation of NRATV.
Revan McQueen, CEO of Ackerman McQueen, announced Wednesday the city’s largest and oldest advertising agency is seeking to terminate its contract with the NRA after a series of lawsuits, countersuits, allegations of blackmail and misspending.
The NRA responds they’re ready to move on as well — but that won’t end the war where millions in damages are being sought by each side.
William Brewer III, attorney for the NRA and also brother-in-law of Revan McQueen, said litigation will continue.
"Given the scrutiny it is facing in multiple lawsuits, it is not surprising that Ackerman now attempts to escape the consequences of its own conduct," said Brewer, partner at Dallas-based Brewer, Attorneys & Counselors.Read more on NewsOK.com