american_express_cards_credit_237428Faith Driven Consumer™ (FDC)—representing 41 million Americans who spend $2 trillion annually, has earned wide recognition for its groundbreaking (FEI), which scores more than 400 major brands for compatibility with the FDC community.

Yesterday, the group released its first annual ranking of Super Bowl advertisers, which also includes a specific score for the National Football League.

“The National Football League is significantly comprised of Christian players, coaches, and executives, and as such, many in our community assume the organization is welcoming of Faith Driven Consumers. But its score of 24 out of 100 says otherwise. As with most brands, this may not be intentional, rather it stems from a lack of awareness and understanding of this color in the diversity rainbow,” said Chris Stone, Certified Brand Strategist and founder of Faith Driven Consumer. “We look forward to working with the NFL, and all professional sports organizations—educating them on and encouraging them to specifically include Faith Driven Consumers.”

The Faith Equality Index rates, on a 100-point scale, how well brands acknowledge Faith Driven Consumers by welcoming, embracing, and celebrating them, and is the benchmark FDCs use to make consumer choices—through the lens of their biblical worldview.

NFL Rating:

  • National Football League: 24

2016 Super Bowl Advertiser Ratings:

  • Acura: 46
  • Honda: 46
  • Pepsi: 38
  • Mountain Dew: 38
  • Marmot: 38
  • Heinz: 37
  • Mini USA: 36
  • Avocados from Mexico: 35
  • Butterfinger: 32
  • Amazon: 32
  • Hyundai: 30
  • Kia: 30
  • Audi: 29
  • Buick: 29
  • Taco Bell: 29
  • Doritos: 27
  • SunTrust: 25
  • Toyota: 25
  • Skittles: 24
  • Snickers: 24
  • Coca-Cola: 23
  • Colgate: 22
  • T-Mobile: 19
  • Axe: 11

Interesting numbers.

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