Jeb Bush, the former governor of Florida, will make changes to how his presidential campaign aligns itself with the Southeastern Conference after the league complained to campaign officials. That includes no longer selling a foam drink sleeve that featured "JEB" in the shape of the SEC's logo.
“The Southeastern Conference does not endorse candidates for any political office,” Herb Vincent, SEC spokesman, told USA Today. “The SEC has spoken to the Bush campaign to ensure that their activities are within the bounds of our trademark requirements.”
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