JOB CREATORS NETWORK CONGRATULATES ATLANTA BRAVES ON WINNING WORLD SERIES, SLAMS MLB FOR MOVING ALL-STAR GAME
Washington, DC (November 2, 2021) — Tonight, the Atlanta Braves won the World Series. This spring, Job Creators Network (JCN) sued Major League Baseball for moving the All-Star Game from Atlanta to Denver, costing Greater Atlanta businesses about $100 million in revenue. MLB abandoned Atlanta in protest of Georgia’s election integrity law. JCN’s campaign against MLB included two mobile billboards going around Atlanta and the stadium during the World Series and radio ads on The Erick Erickson Show. To see the mobile billboard, click here.
Alfredo Ortiz, JCN President and CEO, released the following statement:
“Job Creators Network congratulates the Atlanta Braves on winning the World Series. This is a fitting end to the MLB season, with the Braves on top. The Braves and the Greater Atlanta community were unfairly punished by MLB who moved the All-Star Game out of Atlanta when woke activists lied about the Georgia election integrity law and MLB caved to win their approval. JCN stood up for Greater Atlanta small businesses when no one else did, suing MLB for costing Greater Atlanta about $100 million in revenue. Commissioner Manfred is being forced to hand the World Series trophy to the team and community he hurt. You couldn’t have scripted it any better.”