In late July 2019 a San Antonio location of the restaurant chain, Fogo De Chao, made heads when an employee of that location asked a [soft] uniformed law enforcement officer to leave because he was armed. Fogo De Chao was quick to issue an apology to the officer and the San Antonio Police Department as […]
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ConcealedCarry.com is bringing you another article about the gun policies of companies across the country. This time we are taking a lo at Whataburger, a Texas-based fast-food company that is in the news for an incident that happened at one of their restaurants in the Houston suburb of Friendswood.
In recent weeks here on ConcealedCarry.com we have been taking a lo at major companies in the United States and their gun policies in order to give curious gun owners some knowledge about where they and their firearms will or won’t be invited with open arms. Today we continue that trend by taking a lo […]
The Anti-Gun backlash continues throughout the United States as Dick’s Sporting Goods, one of the nation’s largest sporting goods stores has announced that it along with its outdoor-centric subsidiary, Field & Stream will be making immense changes to the company’s policy regarding the sales of firearms.
Today we are going to be taking a closer lo at one of the businesses whose company policy is strictly anti-gun and that is the ironically named Target Corporation.