Bank posted in TX. . . allowing carry

Bank posted in TX. . . allowing carry

This is a discussion on Bank posted in TX. . . allowing carry within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; http://www.kens5.com/news/Texas-bank...103920673.html Looks like a bank that is officially welcoming customers with CHLs in TX. Maybe this will catch on?...

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    Bank posted in TX. . . allowing carry

    http://www.kens5.com/news/Texas-bank...103920673.html

    Looks like a bank that is officially welcoming customers with CHLs in TX. Maybe this will catch on?


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    Amazing bank!!!
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    That is awesome. Setting an example for all other banks. The way it should be!!
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    What if the bank asks you for your name or ID ? What are you going to do? How do you know it's not a trap to run a check on you?

    Maybe you should just stand there and say nothing with your tape recorder running.
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    While I applaud it, it is a local independent bank. Don't expect it to catch on with big chains anytime soon.

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    Finally....someone gets it. Hopefully other banks will follow.

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    It's refreshing to read this. Usually we read about banks putting up gun buster signs.
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    All banks needs to be like that.
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    Nice bank
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    While I'd seen the posting before, it was just pictures of the banks signage... It was really interesting to see the interview with the bank manager... and the customer saying some of these gals are pretty good shots too...
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    I like the managers comment about Obama "the damn yankee". Priceless!
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    Quote Originally Posted by automatic slim View Post
    I like the managers comment about Obama "the damn yankee". Priceless!
    I think he was referring to President Roosevelt...
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    I printed out the notice that was posted by the Texas bank and took it to my local branch manager. She did not comment and showed no interest in following up with a similar sign.
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    If I lived in the Houston area I would bank with them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by C5A View Post
    I printed out the notice that was posted by the Texas bank and took it to my local branch manager. She did not comment and showed no interest in following up with a similar sign.
    lol, that's rich. . . Maybe one day we'll be able to do things like that and get a response :)

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