In an age when political correctness prevails, here are two examples of business owners who aren’t afraid to speak up for the beliefs. Now the marketplace will respond. Those who agree can applaud and frequent their establishments, while those who disagree can exercise their right to speak up as well.
First, from USA Today:
Chick-fil-A President Dan Cathy said this week that his privately owned company is “guilty as charged” in support of what he called the biblical definition of the family unit.
Chick-fil-A released its own statement, saying it has a history of applying biblically-based principles to its business, such as keeping its stores closed on Sundays.
Second, from sister blog The Locker Room, Mitch Kokai posted a picture of the sign outside Snoopy’s in Raleigh, reflecting the business owner’s views of a hot issue in the debate over economics and business.
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