Take that, Toby Keith: Virginian creates registry of restaurants friendly to gun owners

by Meredith Somers-The Washington Times  |  published on December 31, 2013

Bryan Crosswhite
The windows of restaurants and businesses are often crowded with signs and stickers denoting store hours and accepted credit cards, but a Leesburg restaurateur is looking to add one more decal in the name of constitutional rights.

Bryan Crosswhite has created 2amendment.org, an online database where gun-rights businesses can register their names and addresses and get stickers for their windows that signal they are friendly to legal gun owners who exercise their right to bear arms.

We want to make it something for business owners who are pro-Second Amendment,” said Mr. Crosswhite, owner of The Cajun Experience. “A sticker on the door, just like Zagat [Survey], and that way people who want to do business with pro-Second Amendment companies will automatically connect with those Second Amendment companies.”

The move comes after singer Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar & Grill drew ire after posting a “no guns permitted” sign on its door.

The Woodbridge pub has been open less than a week, but already made national headlines after the owners decided to prohibit firearms in the restaurant.

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