Are you going to continue shopping at the grocery store after their recent decision to ask customers not to carry guns in their store? The Moms Demand Action has convinced yet another business to cave to their non-sense.
The Fresh Market is asking customers not to carry guns into its stores.
The grocer said it had engaged in discussions with a group of activists called Moms Demand Action, who gathered nearly 4,000 signatures across North Carolina to support what they call a “gun sense policy.”
“We respectfully request that our customers refrain from bringing firearms and other weapons into our stores,” a spokeswoman for the Greensboro-based grocer said this week.
“This was not a decision that was taken lightly nor in response to pressure from any outside group,” the spokeswoman said. “After examining the issue from many different angles, we feel that this is a balanced policy that is in keeping with our brand and our desire to maintain a safe, comfortable and welcoming atmosphere in our stores, while still respecting the rights of all our customers,” the spokeswoman said.Read more: Charlotte Observer