In response to questions on their twitter page, Walgreens confirmed that they are no longer advertising on the Rush Limbaugh Show and that they do not approve of his content.
In response to an inquiry from Media Matters For America, Proactiv indicated that ads that ran during the Rush Limbaugh Show did so in error and that they are taking steps to ensure no further such ads air.
Proactiv statement from Media Matters:
In response to questions on their twitter page, Arby’s indicated that they have taken steps to ensure that their ads do not run any more on the Rush Limbaugh show.
From Arby’s twitter page:
In a statement on their twitter page, Papa John’s indicated that they are looking into reports that their ads ran on the Rush Limbaugh Show, and that they will not be advertising on it going forward.
From the Papa John’s twitter page:
In a statement on their Facebook page, Fisher Nuts indicated that ads that ran during the Rush Limbaugh show ran in error and they have taken action to ensure no such further ads run.
For those of you who have posted about our recent radio commercials, we did not intend for those commercials to run during the Rush Limbaugh show and have rectified this scheduling error. Thanks again for your feedback and support of Fisher Nuts.
In a statement on their Facebook page, Reputation.com indicated that due to feedback they had received, they would pull advertising from the Rush Limbaugh Show.
Statement from Reputation.com’s Facebook page.
Thanks for your feedback on Rush. We’re adjusting our advertising and pulling these spots.
In response to inquiries on twitter, the Ohio Tuition Trust Authority indicated that its ads would no longer run on the Rush Limbaugh Show.
From their twitter page:
In a statement on their website, H&R Block indicated that ads that aired during the Rush Limbaugh show did so in error and they would take action to ensure that such spots do not air in the future.
From H&R Block’s website:
It has come to our attention that local news/traffic radio sponsorships have been aired during political radio talk shows in clear violation of our media buying guidelines. As always, H&R Block does not advertise on political talk shows – no matter who the host – and we’re working to rectify these errors and remove the spots immediately.