Starbucks’ Chief Executive Howard Schultz said in an open letter to customers late Tuesday that pro-gun events “disingenuously portray Starbucks as a champion of ‘open carry.’ To be clear: we do not want these events in our stores.”
However, the coffee chain did not issue an outright ban on guns in its cafes, saying this would potentially require staff to confront armed customers.
The Seattle-based company hoped to give “responsible gun owners a chance to respect its request,” Schultz said.
Starbucks' Chief Executive Howard Schultz said in an open letter to customers late Tuesday that…
by Personal Defense World / Sep 18, 2013