A Patriotic boycott of Dick's Sporting Goods
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In 1948, an 18 year old American named Dick Stack, worked at a military shop in his hometown of Binghamton, New York, following the events of World War II. Not long after Dick's supervisor mocked and degraded him, with the help of his loving grandmother who gave him $300, he opened a storefront which eventually grew into the massive outdoor and sporting goods store that we know, an American symbol born from the American dream.
Unfortunately when his succeeding son, the 63 year old CEO, Edward W. Stack, took control, he made the decision to make a grand stand against the NRA and law abiding citizens by encouraging a politically driven 'common sense gun reform' agenda.
It is Edward W. Stacks right to promote the so called 'common sense gun reform' as it is well within our right as consumers to shop elsewhere until Edward W. Stacks decides to either retract his new store policies, or lose his consumer base.
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