reid36 wrote:On top of that they have the absolute most irritatingly annoying ads of any jewelry store! Their ads warrant a boycott on their own, but with an anti-gun policy to boot theres no way I'll spend money there.
troyw64 wrote:Went to the store in Murray to buy my wife a gift, saw the sign on the door "no weapons" turned around, went back to my car and drove to Kay Jewelers, made my purchase, went home and sent the standard "you won't get my business and I'll spread the word about your anti-gun policy" letter to Jared with a copy of my recipt. I know it won't change their minds but it's fun to do anyway.
Over the past 14 months Kay Jewelers has earned about $2,000 of my hard earned cash, Jared's hasn't.
yung1s#2 wrote:I'm sorry but I had to laugh because Jared'd Gallery of Jewlery and Kay Jewelers are owned by the same company It makes me wonder why they have a sign at Jared's and not at Kay's.
SGT Phoum wrote:You would think being a jewelry store you would want law abiding citizens to ccw in case something does happen. My .02
Taco wrote:reid36 wrote:On top of that they have the absolute most irritatingly annoying ads of any jewelry store! Their ads warrant a boycott on their own, but with an anti-gun policy to boot theres no way I'll spend money there.
I'm glad I'm not the only one who would boycott a business because their advertising is so insulting to basic human intelligence as to be vulgar. (And of course, wanting me to patronize them while unarmed will do it every time, too.)
For the former reason, I will never eat another goldfish cracker, drink Ovaltine (which I sorely miss ), eat at Wingers, shop at Jared, deal with First Class Cars, or Furniture Warehouse.:
sculptingmyguns wrote: ...or get a sham wow
Ruger Collector wrote:... or any other advertisement where they think they have to rhyme every line..
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