They deiced to post a no firearms sign. Rather than just say to hell with it and carry concealed anyway, I decided to put my money where my mouth is. I haven't hit send yet so typos and punctuation can still be corrected. Opinions welcome. Here's the re-wright. Store Team Leader Jeffery Zerweck RE: Recent change to the store To: Mr. Zerweck My family and I started shopped at Whole Foods in 1990 and have been shopping at the XXX, XXX location since it opened. Since we enjoy the friendly courteous service and verity of goods we spend on average $0,000.00 a month at your market. Last week my wife and I arrived and were disappointed to find that someone had posted a No Firearms sign at the entrance to the store. My wife and I are both license by the state of Louisiana to carry a concealed firearms and I possess a City of XXXX Special Officers Commission. Since we always carry canceled we returned to our vehicle and left. You have rendered both our carry permits and my commission null and void on your property. You have also announces to the criminals that you have created a victim rich environment for them. Do you honestly believe a sign is going to stop "criminals" from bringing firearms in you store? All the sign does is stop honorable men and women who have qualifies and carry firearms for self-defense from entering. Whole Food is the only Market in XXXX that has chosen to post such a sign. Since you have chosen to deny us our right while on you property, my family and I will be shopping elsewhere. Should you choose to remove the sign we would enjoy making Whole Foods our grocery store once again. Sincerely, Jerry Xxxxxx Cc: John Mackey, co-Chief Executive Officer Whole Foods Market, Inc. 550 Bowie Street Austin, TX 78703-4644 Wanna kill these ads? We can help!