Jared Jewelry store "NO GUNS" sign

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    I can hear the would-be thief now. "Oh crap, Marv, look at this sign. So I guess that means we can't go in here now and knock this place off. What are we gonna do?"

    But, at least under Colorado state law as I understand it, weapons aren't permitted where the property owner/business operator has exercised his right to prohibit them.
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    Dont need to go there, plenty of jewelry stores around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MadMac View Post
    Jared's Jewelry = Kay's = mass-produced crap.

    Your wife will be happy you didn't go to Jared's. Trust me on this.
    I second this, my finance and I went to Jared just to look around and I didn't see a single piece worth buying. It looked like mall jewelry in a standalone store. Ended up buying designer and a custom-made piece by Martin Flyer. SO GLAD I didn't buy Jared.

    I didn't notice a sign at our Jared location.
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    The Missouricarry.com website has business cards you can print out which in effect says "no guns = no $$$$"
    www.missouricarry.com/list
    I've handed a few out to local business which post no guns allowed. Their reaction is priceless

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    Quote Originally Posted by awb View Post
    well that ought to stop all crime ..not.......
    Beat me to it....bad guys can read...they teach them in jail....
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    Quote Originally Posted by MissouriBoun View Post
    The Missouricarry.com website has business cards you can print out which in effect says "no guns = no $$$$"
    www.missouricarry.com/list
    I've handed a few out to local business which post no guns allowed. Their reaction is priceless
    That link is inside a frame. Try Free "No Guns, No Money" Cards.

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    I'd keep on walking too. Besides. I can't stand their stupid "He went to Jaaarred" commercials!

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    OK. Jared's in now on my list of ...NEVER to spend a dime on anything that could eventually benefit them. Just below Cuba and North Korea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    My view:
    (1) It's the store's right to refuse to allow guns on the premises.
    (2) It's also your right to shop elsewhere.
    (3) Everyone should exercise their rights as they see fit, as long as no one is harmed.
    Well, sure. A company can make whatever rules they want against gun owners, but if you don't follow them you're not breaking the law, only some lame "rule," that has no legal standing whatsoever. The most they can do is ask you to leave, but if the gun is concealed anyway, how would they know?

    Say a BG comes in to rob the place while you're there with your concealed pistol - so what? Let him take the jewelry, it's not your job to stop him. If he starts executing people and you nail him, you're a big hero and the company probably gives you a medal. The police sure aren't going to arrest you for it.

    Why would you be wasting time in a jewelry store when there is probably a good gun store nearby?
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    I do my best to speak with my wallet and my votes. If possible, I'll spend my money elsewhere. There are people who will say that even if all of us gun owners boycott a certain chain/store/company, it won't make a huge difference. That's the same kind of logic that people use when they justify why they don't vote. "It's just one vote, it won't make a difference."

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    My view:
    (1) It's the store's right to refuse to allow guns on the premises.
    (2) It's also your right to shop elsewhere.
    (3) Everyone should exercise their rights as they see fit, as long as no one is harmed.

    Why would you be wasting time in a jewelry store when there is probably a good gun store nearby?
    My thoughts exactly
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    personally i dont even let it bother me anymore.
    if businesses cant see the stupidity in that they are actually asking for robbers to come in rob due to robbers are NOT law abidding citizens. fine, There are alot of other shops to shop at that would LOVE to get my business....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mardet65 View Post
    Jarad's and Kay Jewelers are the same company . . .
    They aren't the only ones owned by the same parent company.

    A few years ago I was looking for something specific and went to both places a 3 others. At the last place I mentioned that I was at the other stores and still didn't find anything. The sales person mentioned that they are all owned by the same company. It was funny since out of 8 jewelery stores in the mall only one wasn't under the same umbrella.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesv View Post
    They aren't the only ones owned by the same parent company.
    The following is so everybody will know what other companies to avoid in addition to Jared and Kay.

    Jared and Kay are owned by Sterling Jewelers, a wholly owned subsidiary of Signet Jewelers.

    Other stores owned by Sterling/Signet are J.B. Robinson Jewelers, Marks & Morgan Jewelers, Belden Jewelers, Osterman Jewelers, Shaw's Jewelers, Weisfield Jewelers, LeRoy's Jewelers, Rogers Jewelers, Goodman Jewelers, and Friedlander's Jewelers.

    Information from Wikipedia.

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    I am certain the robbers will turn away when they see those signs.....morons
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