Many of the protesters who marched Friday carried Tiki torches.
The Tiki brand is a product of Lamplight, a Wisconsin company that is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bradley company.
Lamplight, in a Facebook post Saturday, said, in part, "TIKI Brand is not associated in any way with the events that took place in Charlottesville and (we) are deeply saddened and disappointed."
Olivie said the torches are a shining light symbolizing joy, not division and hatred.
“I would hope people would continue to use them for enjoyment and being together with friends and family. And that's the way these products should be used,” he said.
Tiki brand's 70 employees were also upset to see their product used in the controversial march.