This is a discussion on goodyear tires and ccw not in their store within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I know these stores and have never done business with them for years. Not because they ban firearms but because they are just a terrible ...
I know these stores and have never done business with them for years. Not because they ban firearms but because they are just a terrible auto business. Knowing they don't allow concealed carry is just more reason to avoid them.
I got my Goodyear tires at Sears in the Huntington Mall. Got a better deal on them and I could carry in there if I wanted. Didn't see any signs saying I couldn't.
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Maybe the Journal News should publish all gun free businesses.....
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Things gun forums have taught me:
-Some people shoot guns others "run" them.
-I don't dislike Glocks but often dislike Glock owners.
-Open carry is to a handgun as bluetooth is to a cell phone!
-Simple math can deliver posts per day... some gun forum members need to get out more!!!
Never liked Goodyear tires anyway. X2 now.
We should not forget that the spark which ignited the American Revolution was caused by the British attempt to confiscate the firearms of the colonists. -
Good for you.. Boycotts work indeed.
From experience I avoid just writing a letter. Whenever possible I include a copy of my receipt (with personal information redacted).
A lot of people say I'll never do business but over time they cave, companies count on this. Showing a receipt drives home the point of no cash for you.
Good job! It may not make any difference to Good Year. But you speak and vote with your wallet! At least they know why you aren't buying their products.
As Benjamin Franklin left the hall in Philadelphia, he was asked, “What kind of government have you given us, Dr. Franklin?” He replied: “A republic, if you can keep it.”
If at all possible I avoid "properly" posted businesses including paying more from another location that allows carry. If it is a need that can only be met by a specific business in my area I disarm do business and leave as quickly as possible. But I do not go without for the sake of a principle and "I" do not consider that pandering to an inconvenience.
Less than 3% of the adult buying public will never change laws and/or opinion through commerce deprivation. However, 2.5% of the adult buying public "can" stop a state candidate from being elected and "I" place most of my time and effort there.
As to participation and/or obstruction of laws I would ask who is actually the law breaker!?!
Most every state has a RTKBA/self-defense statement in its constitution. This surely means the law abiding resident citizens “in public”. Knowing this in advance; of planning, starting, opening, continuing operations, growing and/or whatever the business, does a business, open to public trade, truly have "equal rights" to control, deny and/or usurp the "law abiding and licensed” citizen's right to bear arms when they open their doors to the said same public citizen? The "law" states codes that are to be followed in the operation of a business open to the public. What happens if the business owner does not follow them? Are those laws more binding than the laws established by the state regarding the licensed carrying of firearms..?
I say they “do not” have the right to deny a lawful practice regulated by the state; those laws being duly enacted by the elected legislature...
Through legislative means I make every and all effort to get more carry freedoms.
Who is John Galt?
Sometimes there's justice, sometimes there's just us...
When political power is up for grabs, personal liberty is usually one of the first casualties…
If its posted on there door I will spend my money elsewhere.
This is just not on the door this comes from the goodyear headquarters .
So I am done with goodyear
My question is: everybody wants to boycott Goodyear Stores (I am good with that) but are you buying Goodyear Tires somewhere else?