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AZ: List of Anti-Gun Establishments?

Discussion in 'Activism' started by HK G3, Aug 30, 2009.

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  1. HK G3

    HK G3 Member

    Jan 21, 2008
    The Grand Canyon State
    Okay, so I'm not if this is Activism or Planning, but ever since we passed restaurant carry, I have been hearing chatter of various establishments putting up gunbusters signs, but I've never seen a comprehensive list, and think that we need to get one up and running. After that, we'll see if we can't start changing their minds with our pocketbooks, and/or letters urging them to reconsider their stance.

    The goal I have in mind for this thread is just to simply maintain a list of all anti-gun establishments in AZ - those that have signs posted, and organize this by local businesses per city, and statewide/national corporations. I'll try and update this post to reflect all updates. I'd prefer if all chatter or discussion of how to address these businesses were taken to a sister thread so as not to make viewing and updating the list too confusing. I'm also hoping to keep a running tally of all businesses that change their anti-gun stance due to successful activism.

    So far all I really know is:


    • Costco


    • Applebees


    Haven't seen anything yet, obviously anything on the UA campus is off-limits, but that's not the business' fault...





    There's clearly more, but I'm just not aware of them. Please verify that there is actually an anti-gun sign posted, or that it's company policy, not just an overzealous or ignorant employee who asks you to remove your firearm (if you are OCing). Thanks!
  2. Eschaton

    Eschaton Member

    Feb 20, 2009
    I've walked into the Applebees on 75th Ave and Bell with my gun on my hip and no one said anything to me. I made sure there wasn't a sign on the door and walked in.
  3. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

    Jan 3, 2003
    0 hrs east of TN
    We've had this discussion before and there's almost no point of trying to do this on this scale because of the constantly shifting ground at the small and area business level.

    Make sure that you work locally where it matters and can be managed on more of a real-time basis.
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