Skip to comments.Frozen yogurt company gives discounts to gun owners (Utah)
Posted on 02/17/2013 3:44:13 PM PST by 2ndDivisionVet
Show a concealed weapons permit and get a discount.
The owner of a frozen yogurt shop in Utah is holding a Second Amendment Week.
Hes offering a dollar off to anyone who shows him their concealed weapons permit when they come into his store.
He says he thinks gun owners arent treated fairly in the US...
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I love hearing stories like this. It confirms my belief that there are still some Americans living in this country.
Has anyone ever seen a story like this where the writers and reporter strove SO HARD to avoid revealing the name and location of the store?
Makes one realize how important the Bill of Rights was to our forefathers. They lived through the conditions that precipitated these RIGHTS of every individual. They didn’t want it to happen again...........ever.
I’m going to guess that this shop will not be robbed anytime soon-— just a guess.
BTTT for a true patriotic businessman, not to mention downright smart!
If you ask a liberal it will be the next mass shooting, because he allows guns. Unlike Columbine, VT, Aurora, Sandy Hook, etc. were guns were prohibited and no mass shootings occurred.
Discriminating against open carry proponents? Oh...open carry folks don’t eat that sissy stuff anyway.
I like this idea except for a couple of things: first, if you believe you need a ‘permit’ to possess a weapon, you do not truly understand the two parts of the Second Amendment, and second, the shop is not close enough for Me to frequent anyway.
Within the space of a few seconds, the two customers in the store drew and shot him centre through the side of the chest, closely followed by the cop shooting him with his (the cop's) service weapon and then the owner also shooting him as soon as the guy's weapon wavered. I forget whether or not the guy hired as security managed to get a shot off as well before the suspect dropped.
Some people just are not intelligent enough to continue breathing.
Pizza in Virginia Beach and Yogurt for dessert in Utah - challenging, but possible...
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