Buffalo Wild Wings respects the right of individuals to carry firearms. One of our top priorities is the comfort, safety and enjoyment of our Guests and we have elected to exercise our right to prohibit the carrying of firearms in our company-owned restaurants. We regret any inconvenience this may cause but believe that this long-standing position is in the best interest of our Guests and our Team Members. This position may vary in independently owned franchised locations.
Arby’s is buying the anti-gun and sometimes controversial sports bar chain Buffalo Wild Wings for a cool $2.9 billion.
Brian D. wrote:It could be the owners are letting the managers decide. Since they've posted for so long, I never think to go there or even have a look-see anymore.
ArmedAviator wrote:I remember all Buffalo Wild Wings had posted their doors like the picture above back in 2013. It stuck around for about 3 years. Starting 2016, I saw the signs slowly dissapear. Now I'm hardpressed to find a BW3s with a gun buster sign. Looks like they quietly realized their mistake - only to make it again when the media prompts them to.
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