Patrons and business owners rights

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As previously stated in one of my blogs titled service transcends everything. As a business owner, you are allowed to have your opinions just as long it doesn’t affect the way you treat your customers. When you own a business, the only reason you should refuse service is if they are violating the rules of conduct and policy, which is the responsibility of the rep to make clear what those rules are and the consumer’s responsibility to agree to those terms, for example, Hosta Muerte coffee, Starbucks, Waffle House and happiest hour I’m going to break as short and sweet as possible

  1. In the case of hasta muerte coffee, They profile and judge one man based on the actions of many this is the same thing the few do to the minority community; two wrongs don’t make a right; their policy has been fought against throughout history
  2. According to Starbucks, they don’t have a policy stating that you have to buy something to sit down nor is it unorthodox to wait for a party to arrive depending on the behavior of the patron will justify if you as a manager or business owner can have them removed from the premises and instead of using police as your security considering they have a difficult job hire a security company to handle trivial matters like the one in LA.
  3. Waffle house I want to talk about two instances. The first happened in Saraland, Al. If you are going to change for plastic cutlery, charge it in the meal for the to-go orders, and if you are a customer, write a review. Don’t make a scene. Police should be called under extreme emergencies, like if it becomes a violent situation; the second incident was in pinson, Alabama, where they locked the door and claimed they were closed; now there are 2 possible explanations why they would be closed and still have people in there 1. It’s a private event now because there weren’t over 20 people that could possibly be ruled out 2. It was the last call they were going to shut down temporarily to replenish stock or fixing maintenance issues; they weren’t going to open to anyone; these were the last customer for that time, and, Coincidentally, not everything is about race.
  4. Now onto our final businesses, which is the happiest hour vs. Greg Piatek in January 2017 a patron went into a bar by the name of the happiest hour to get a couple before heading to the 911 memorial while there he claimed that the bar staff kicked him out for having a maga hat stated that anyone who supported Trump and policy’s would not be welcomed at the bar let’s give him the benefit of the doubt for a second and say it was due in part to his hat a lot of places of business have strict dress code, for example, the Chucky cheese in Harlem has a policy that bars Saggy pants, due rag, bandannas, and gang-affiliated paraphernalia. Now back to the bar, the bar owner is claiming that the customer was belligerent and rude. If the customer is being difficult and is a threat to the establishment as an owner, you are justified in kicking him out.

In conclusion

  1. If you feel bold enough to discriminate, wear the scarlet letter
  2. Cops have a hard enough job as it is, do not bother them with trivial matters or use him as personal security
  3. business owners notify potential customers of any changes to the restaurant
  4. Neither Should jump to conclusions
  5. If you feel mistreated, write a review
  6. Support businesses that will welcome your company

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