Well I don't see it posted yet, so...
I was at the airport yesterday, every door I found had a new sign on it.
So you can add Mitchell International Airport to the list...
So, short story I'm a service member coming home for the first time in two and a half years been doing a lot of reading to catch up on the current carry laws in WI. I am currently stationed in CO. which is a very OC and CC state except for Denver that is. I want to thank you all for all the info that is on this forum. My family and I now know which places to avoid. However I am going to marinette county where my family is and have not seen anything on the list for there. Is it just the fact that nobody on here goes up to that lil hole in the wall county or are they that friendly towards firearms up there? If anyone here happens to be from up there any info on the places that will be not getting our business would be greatly appreciated
Found this unusual report on OC in Marinette County Wisconsin - you might get a chuckle out of it:
175.60(21)(b)A person that does not prohibit an individual from carrying a concealed weapon on property that the person owns or occupies is immune from any liability arising from its decision.
Fujiyama Restaurant on Hwy 100 (West Allis) has a sign now.
Very very upset about this. This was me and my girlfriend's favorite restaurant. All the waiters know us and always give us the same seat. I figured I'd write them a letter, but would it even do any good?
Yes, talk with the manager and/or owner. Aldi's switch their position after someone stopped an armed robbery (person didn't see the sign since it was not posted properly).
Comfort Inn and Suites Downtown Lakeshore, Milwaukee.
Was there last weekend for a Bucks-Celtics game.
Parts Place in Elkhorn no longer has signs posted. I was in there the other day while OC'ing, had no problems. I know the owners personally, that might have had a part in it, but I'm pretty sure he'd have said something if he was still not wanting weapons in store.