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Denny's commercial mentions the 2A, then jokes about it. Pro or con?

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    Considering that Dennys is antigun in that they have a corporate policy forbiding anyone except law enforcement from carrying in their resturants I don't see any reason to beleive it is Pro. If they publicly change their policy to allow the lawful carry of guns, jus as other retailers do, then I might see it differently.
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    Are all Denny's corporate owned?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yale View Post
    Considering that Dennys is antigun in that they have a corporate policy forbiding anyone except law enforcement from carrying in their resturants I don't see any reason to beleive it is Pro. If they publicly change their policy to allow the lawful carry of guns, jus as other retailers do, then I might see it differently.
    The Denny’s in Selma NC used to have door length “No Firearms” signs on both front doors. Recently I went by there and both signs are gone with no replacement signage. I am not sure but I think all Denny’s are franchises rather than company stores.
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    Quote Originally Posted by msgt/ret View Post
    The Denny’s in Selma NC used to have door length “No Firearms” signs on both front doors. Recently I went by there and both signs are gone with no replacement signage. I am not sure but I think all Denny’s are franchises rather than company stores.
    If so, I would think owners can decide whatever they want to post on their door, notwithstanding franchise agreements.

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