The mayor of Kenner, Louisiana has reportedly banned city departments from buying Nike merchandise. A Sept. 5 memo from Mayor Ben Zahn prohibits the city’s recreation department or any booster club using its facilities from purchasing or accepting delivery of Nike athletic products or apparel that features the company’s logo, NOLA.com reported. The memo comes after Nike released its “Dream Crazy” campaign featuring former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Kaepernick set off a wave of controversy last year when he refused to stand during the National Anthem as a protest against police brutality and racism. The reaction to Nike’s decision to use Kaepernick was swift and heated, with customers voting to boycott items from the sportswear maker. Zahn’s memo said the purchase of any Nike merchandise, including clothing, shoes, athletic equipment or other items, must have approval from the city’s Park and Recreation Department director. The policy isn’t the first reaction to Nike’s controversial ad. Last week, College of the Ozarks in Branson, Missouri dropped its affiliation with Nike over the Kaepernick ads.