Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Levi Strauss Tells Law Abiding Customers Not To Bring Legal Concealed Guns Into Their Stores

Via Billy
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 Levi Strauss & Co. was founded in 1800’s and became successful selling blue jeans to many people who probably carried guns openly. Now it looks as though they’re prepared to throw gun carrying customers under the bus.

Breitbart reports:

Levi Strauss: Do Not Bring Your Legal, Concealed Carry Firearms Into Our Stores
Levi Strauss & Co. CEO Chip Bergh is posting an open letter to customers, asking law-abiding citizens to refrain from bringing their concealed carry firearms into Levi Strauss stores.
Bergh said his letter represents a “request” rather than a “mandate” or all-out ban, but he hopes customers will honor the request and enter Levi Strauss stores unarmed.

Fortune published Bergh’s letter, where he wrote:

22 comments:

  1. Why pay high prices for crap...there are plenty of alternatives.

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  2. How the hell would they know? JFC!

    Fukin dumbasses.

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    1. & to boot even if they saw your CCW, asked you to leave and you did, there is no law broken in NC. If you refuse, it is a misdemeanor not a gun violation so your CCW permit isn't affected.

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  3. Will do that one better: will not enter said store(s). Nor shall I ever buy any Levi Strauss product.

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  4. Levi's hasn't had to worry about me bringing anything into their stores since they announced (early in O'Bummer's first reign of terror, I think) their desire to be the official outfitters for queer-merica.

    -jeffronimo
    sweettea&livermush

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  5. I stopped buying Levis when they stopped sponsoring the Boy Scouts because homosexuals weren't admitted. Ever since I've purchased Wranglers. (The parent company of Wrangler is VF Corporation in Greensboro).

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  6. Just buy LL Bean or Wrangler, Lee, and be done with it.

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  7. EMAIL to LeviStrauss.com: Hello, my name is Abdul Rafat Abusada and I'm a big fan of your products and a Jihad warrier for Allah (PBUH). Is it okay for me to bring my unlicensed, unregistered AK-47 into your store to kill infidels with? I swear that I don't have a pistol or a concealed carry permit. Thanks in advance for your prompt reply.

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    1. :) & add to that that you are picking his store because you know (think) there won't be any guns on premise.

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  8. Over rated and over priced, no loss here.

    Badger

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    1. Just looked down at my button and it is Wrangler.

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  9. Can I use the public bathroom of my choice in a Levi Strauss store?

    No guns.

    No moral limitations.

    No shop.

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  10. I liked things better back when companies just made product that made customers happy. Ever since company execs started using their corporations for virtue signaling and self aggrandizement, things have gone to shit. Any company that has focus for this sort of thing, isn't focused on their products or customers anymore.

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