FedEx is ending a program that offered discounts for business members of the National Rifle Association.

The NRA discount program with FedEx will cease Nov. 4, the company confirmed to Reuters.

FedEx also indicated that the decision to cut ties with the gun lobbying group has nothing to do with the massacre over the weekend where 11 people were killed by a gunman in a synagogue in Pittsburgh, but instead said that the NRA didn’t bring in enough business for it to continue the deal.

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The company has been notifying customers since earlier this month that it is planning on moving dozens of organizations, including the NRA, to different pricing programs.

Last year, FedEx stuck with the NRA after multiple companies ended their discount programs following the school shooting in Parkland, Fla., where 17 were killed. Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, and Enterprise were among the companies who broke with the NRA.

After the shooting, FexEx said that it did not believe in “discriminating” against organizations.