I have made the decision to no longer dine at Buffalo Wild wings which saddens me because i love the food. I roughly spend around $400 a year at your locations (over the last 10 years). But i have convinced 4 other friends who dine with me to no longer dine in your resturants. The reason behind this is because you are not allowing legal handgun permit holders to enter while carrying. To have a handgun carry permit you must have no felony convictions, no class a or b misdemeanors within the last 5 years, pass both state and federal background checks, be not delinquent in child support, student loans or state/local taxes. How much do you know about your other customers? Your sign only stops the legal permit holders from bringing a handgun into your locations a criminal is NOT going to pay attention to a sign. Your company is now on the list at multiple websites as a business that prohibits legal handgun carry on their property. Chili's and Ruby Tuesdays will be recieving more business from me and friends as they currently have a favorable policy. I really do hope you reconsider your policy.
“Buffalo Wild Wings respects the right of individuals to carry firearms but we do not believe they are appropriate inside of a public restaurant. We are focused on the comfort, safety and enjoyment of all of our guests and have elected to exercise our right to restrict the carrying of firearms in our restaurants. We regret any inconvenience this may cause but believe that this policy is in the best interest of all of our guests and our Team Members.”
Thank you for your time
To preserve liberty, it is essential that the whole body of people always possess arms, and be taught alike, especially when young, how to use them...’’ — Richard Henry Lee, 1787
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