Texas Phone App Shows 'Second Amendment Unfriendly' Businesses Near You:
(October 11, 2016)
Gun advocates and licensed to carry holders can search for and add businesses to the interactive website or use the iPhone and Android apps for free. The founder of the website, Russell Jones told Breitbart Texas, “This is not a for-profit venture. We are in it to help the community because it’s important to know both who supports the Second Amendment and who allows us to protect ourselves and our families.” The Texas3006.com website has almost 11,000 registered users and 9,200 updated entries.(H/T: thegunfeed.com)
I am fortunate that I live within walking distance of a Kroger store (Fred Meyers). They don't post rude signs on the door, and they have a corporate philosophy that CHL folks are their friends and neighbors ... and darned good customers. (Now they have a gas station in town, so they even get my business there,) I purchase most of my 'consumables' there, but they don't have much of a sporting goods department. So I just go to Bi-Mart for those items, (including ammo in calibers I don't reload) which is another business without rude signs on their door.
Why give your money to a business that doesn't trust you?