Sure. Wore my gun into my Sbux today into three different Sbux and they were all packed, and like their policy said, no one asked me to leave, and they could not have been more friendly. The democrats you speak of were not as friendly, but still cool enough.
I see my local Starbucks usually so busy that sometimes getting a seat not so easy.
So we've seen a pretty regular increase in existing storesales of 6-8% yearly for quite a while but at what point is a store so full it really can't grow sales any more?
Maybe what happens is what happened at one of the small local shops in a strip mall. A stand alone store was built in the parking lot, including a drive through unlike the old one. The new place is very busy including the drive through so I asked the girl behind the counter if their business has doubled and she replies a lot more than that!
Starbucks has really established itself as the true meeting place for a casual break, which by extension is no place for people packing guns. That's what bars are for.
Oh, okay. We understand your role in this whole thing. Honestly, you can persuade more people by not trying to be funny and making up words. Anyway, the fact is, on a rainy day in Marietta, Georgia (yes, Georgia), three Starbucks are full. I know this because as a shareholder, I am curious if there is going to be an effect from the letter.