Luv10mm wrote:I don't really understand why a store wouldn't want law-abiding citizens to carry firearms in their store?
Response (Richard Latner) - 09/10/2010 02:11 PM
Dear Mr. McDonald,
I have included a copy of the Corporate Policy Regarding Firearms in Stores:
General Company Policy on Firearms
• At Toys“R”Us, Inc., the safety and security of our customers and our employees is, and always has been, our highest priority.
• As a retailer that welcomes millions of kids and families into our stores across the country each year, we take our responsibility to create only the safest shopping environment very seriously.
• While we respect citizens’ rights to carry firearms in public areas according to certain state laws, our company policy prohibits customers from doing so in any of our stores out of an abundance of caution for the safety and protection of the children and families shopping with us.
• We make our customers aware of this policy by posting signs at the front of each of our Toys“R”Us and Babies“R”Us stores nationwide.
• It is also our policy not to sell any toy gun that could be mistaken for a real gun. Toys“R”Us was the first retailer in the U.S. to adopt this policy, which was established in 1994.
I hope this answers your questions for you and you continue to shop with Toys "R" Us. I apologize for any inconvenience.
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