But on Tuesday, signs at Marriott properties – including the Charlotte hotel – remained in place while Marriott executives became “unavailable” for, according to office receptionists, a litany of conflicting reasons. Meanwhile, Charlotte Marriott Director of Loss Prevention Sammy Jones refused to comment on the status of signs.
IMMEDIATE ACTION REQUIREDSince Marriott seems to think gun owners are easily fooled, it is time to redouble our efforts and deliver a clear message by taking the following actions:
- Call all Marriott executives on the “Feedback Days” designated below. If they can make outgoing calls, you aren’t really trying. To avoid charges of “harassment” call each executive only once (presuming you manage to reach them) and maintain a civil tone. If you don’t get through to them, keep trying. If you can’t call during the designated hours, call whenever you can. Additional Feedback Days may be designated in the future.
- Counter Marriott’s disinformation campaign: Post the “Marriott lies to gun owners” message on every forum and blog you can find. Failure to do so will allow an anti-gun multi-national corporation to control the message.
FEEDBACK DAYSStay tuned for additional days as required.
Wednesday (5/26): 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM (Eastern Daily Time)
Thursday (5/27): 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM (Eastern Daily Time)
Friday (5/28): 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM (Eastern Daily Time)
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Gun rights Marriott boycott spreads nationwide
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