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Nebraska Furniture Mart Now Pro-Gun

April 17, 2013 in Featured Businesses

Nebraska Furniture Mart has publicly changed their gun policy:

http://www.kshb.com/dpp/news/region_kansas/kck/nebraska-furniture-mart-allows-guns-for-conceal-carry-permit-holders

In addition to adding armed guards, they are reversing their “no carry” policy. The Kansas City store had already removed their no-carry signage this weekend.

The prettiest piece of glass in the whole store is the 10 square inches where the no-carry sign used to be!  It’s a noticeably empty spot, next to a row of other “no” signs for smoking, outside food/drink, pets, etc.

Stop by and show them some love, either via their website or Facebook Page.

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Hohmeier Auto Body – St. Louis, MO

March 29, 2013 in Featured Businesses

Guns Welcome Sign at Hohmeier's Auto Body

Robert Hohmeier, owner of Hohmeier Auto Body welcomes gun owners with open arms. Or, he would if St. Louis allowed Open Carry.  There’s a pre-emption bill on the slate this legislative session for MO that will prevent localities like St. Louis from passing ordinances contrary to state law (which allows Open Carry). For now, he encourages his customers to feel free to carry their concealed firearms into his shop with a prominent sign on his office wall, and he offers a discount to those that show their CCW permit. If the preemption bill passes, all forms of carry will be welcomed and encouraged.

If you find yourself looking for an auto body shop in St. Louis, try Hohmeier’s Auto Body.  You can find them on the web at http://hohmeier.com or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hohmeier-Auto-Body-Inc/126174637400872

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ALDI Corporate policy has changed to follow state law

August 14, 2012 in Featured Businesses

Trying something new.  I’d like to have a spotlight for businesses that change from an anti-freedom to a pro-freedom position.

First up on the pedestal is ALDI.  I don’t believe there was a corporate policy until recently, which previously led to local managers creating their own. Now they follow state law regarding carry in their stores.  If you have an ALDI nearby, stop in and show your appreciation for the new policy by becoming a new customer. Stop by their Facebook page and leave a positive comment as well.

For more info, see:
http://www.armedbadger.com/viewtopic.php?f=64&t=4065&p=37030

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