"We never want to offend anyone with the products that we offer," spokesman Brian Nick said in a statement. "We have taken steps to remove all items promoting the confederate flag from our assortment – whether in our stores or on our web site."
According to the website, the chain offered a 4 ft. by 6 ft. version as well as a woman's belt buckle and decals.
It also offered a license plate that featured skull and crossbones in place of the stars. And there was a "redneck firefighter" t-shirt
No prices were available, the items were listed as "out of stock" and pages redirected to the item not being found.
"We have a process in place to help lead us to the right decisions when it comes to the merchandise we sell," Nick said. "Still, at times, items make their way into our assortment improperly – this is one of those instances.”
Other politicians have echoed the call.