Welcome from just outside of Huntington!
Glad you chose to take your business elsewhere. If I ran goodyears on either if my vehicles, I'd certainly do the same.
So far as business' goes,i've seen two here,that has the no ccw signs up, and neither one of them are the right ones.
Im from Huntington that the place over on 3rd av near the stadium?:aargh4:
I am glad to see a lot of gun owners are waking up,,,, I will NOT buy anything from stores
that post these types of signs,,,,, not even if they were by brother,,,, which it won't be.
Accept me & my gun or do not get my money
I too live in a state where these signs carry the weight of law. I obey them and choose to take my money elsewhere. I wouldn't want to be charged with a misdemeanor, have my permits revoked, or be the cause for more strict gun laws. I believe that people that do it, to prove a point (where posted signs carry the weight of law), are causing more harm than good - specifically for the argument of legal gun owners and the retention of what little rights we have left.
I never buy Goodyear anyhow. Now I will make sure to not even price them.
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its the one on 4th and it does come from there main office
I have Bridgestones on my Tundra. I'll replace them with the same. I don't have a need to do any business with Goodyear. Good thing too as I see now.
Some very good points here from both sides. Kind of a catch 22 situation, the company has rights and we have rights. All we can do is to keep educating those that can be educated. I'm going to google search for similar issues after I finish my comment here. I'm looking for any crime or shootings related to this company in the past, or a reason this policy exists. This could shed some light on the subject.
I do believe I will honor those signs, if noticed, so far I have never seen one, in all my years of running around the country in many states, and I have been looking. Stay safe out there folks.
I don't buy GoodYear anyway.
Jared Jewelrs has a similar sign, so i get my TAG serviced elswhere.
What about State preemption?