Regarding the open carry laws, Fuddruckers decision not to allow guns in the restaurants is not a statement about gun rights or laws. It is however, a statement about the primary importance of creating and maintaining a comfortable environment for all of Fuddruckers guests.OK, fine. Fuddruck you, too.
Open carry laws are changing in various states. Therefore, restaurants are more clearly communicating their policies to guests. Fuddruckers has had a no weapons policy for several years but it wasn't being enforced in all locations. By enforcing its no-weapons policy, Fuddruckers is enforcing its rights as a private business to create the sort of dining environment we believe best suits and appeals to all or the majority of our guests.
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
WarOnGuns Correspondent Mike S sent me the following policy and I have confirmed it with Fuddrucker's/KooKooRoo Chicken Bistro management:
Posted by David Codrea at 4/13/2010 12:43:00 PM