So knowing about the supposed boycott by the anti-gun idiots that was to be directed against Starbucks on the 14th, my wife and daughter and I made it a point to go and spend our money there. We first went to the bank where I got $40 in $2 bills. ($2 dollar bill = 2nd Amendment )
We went in, I was openly carrying my two toned full sized XD .40, my wife was concealed carrying her XD .40 sub compact.
When we walked in there was only one other patron in the store. He was drinking coffee and working on a laptop. We walked up to the counter and while we were looking at the menu board I asked the guy behind the counter if they had experienced any drop off from normal business because of the boycott. He asked me what I was talking about and I explained to him about the anti-gun groups calling for a boycott and that many of us pro-gun/pro-carry folks were planning on offsetting it and spending our money there. He said that was great and then said that the business was about normal but a little strange. (my wife noticed that comment, it slipped past me)
We ordered and when it came time to pay I pulled out 5 of the $2 bills to pay with. The managers eyes widened and he said "OOOH! I get it now!" I asked what he was talking about and when he took my money he showed me a large stack of $2 bills in the register. He said he couldn't remember ever seeing anyone pay with one before today but there had been several people come in and buy coffee and other items and pay with $2 bills. He asked me what the significance was and I explained the tie to the 2nd Amendment. He told me that he was not a gun person but he has no problem with us and then one of the other guys behind the counter told us he also has a carry permit and he is happy about Starbucks policy toward gun owners and those who carry.
We sat and drank our coffee and saw 2 other people who were openly carrying come in and buy coffee. It was a positive experience all around.
It looks like in that store, the impact was made.