Mass Organization - Pamphlets?

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    Question Mass Organization - Pamphlets?

    Is there any large organization that offers a website, or even better, a simple pamphlet that explains to business owners the perks of allowing CCH in their place of business?

    I can't help but wonder if there is something like this already out there and I know that some of you would possibly know.

    Thanks in advance.
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    Other than your $$ what perks can there possibly be for a business?

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    Better protection for their own staff and customers. Advertised as something else other than a "free-fire zone for criminals." Doing the right thing in supporting the rights of people to defend themselves against felonious attack. Increasing the likelihood that a response could be forthcoming in the event of such attack, instead of meekly rolling over and being executed (as happens altogether too frequently).

    I, for one, feel far safer in an enclosed space where the business is not engaged in the active (and publicized) disarmament of its customers. Such sheep farms are awaiting slaughter, and that happens all too often for my tastes. That such law-abiding, $$-rich customers are not scared away is another benefit.

    In the end, many of these will result in changes to the bottom line ($$). Though, in the short run, there may even be a negative impact to the change and acknowledgment. But that's what is so tough about it, that many of the perquisites are "soft" benefits and not immediately apparent in the bottom line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gotammo View Post
    Other than your $$ what perks can there possibly be for a business?
    Since this thread didnt seem to answer my question (or maybe it did lol) I'll give you a simple reply.

    ccw9mm covered the additional perks of allowing a CCH.

    I don't want to sound rude, but I couldnt help but smirk when I saw your question. A business is in business to make money; Businesses who don't allow CCH's are loosing out on part of the population's money.

    Smart businesses know that where there is people with money to spend, there is a market. The question of just how much more money they might gain from CCH's is a valid one, and I don't have the stats in front of me to say one way or another, but common sense says there is money to be made from CCH's.
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    Hahahaha! I was in the best-defended IHOP in Florida tonight . . . It was the meeting of SACFLA (Second Amendment Coalition of Florida). First Monday of the month, dinner and the meeting are held there. This was my first time, and I really enjoyed meeting other like minds.

    I had a passing thought, that the scene would have been pretty funny if we had heard, from our back room area, the sound of a robbery taking place up front. There had to have been about 20 or more of us, and although I didn't ask, I have to assume most or all were armed . . .

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    Heh. That would be one of the worst places to be for a perp, no doubt.
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    There are the 'no gun no money' cards that somebody was making around here. You can also make your own.
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    Ha, like the cliche' of holding up a donut shop?
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