The fire power of a sticker: Businesses jump to declare support for gun rights

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This window sticker is designed to show a business' support for the Second Amendment. Like a license plate decal, businesses will renew them each year. (Courtesy Brian Crosswhite)

This window sticker is designed to show a business’ support for the Second Amendment. Like a license plate decal, businesses will renew them each year. (Courtesy Brian Crosswhite)

WASHINGTON – Businesses across the country are ready to stick ’em up in the name of gun rights, a window sticker that is.

A sticker declaring support for the Second Amendment has become the must-have item for like-minded shop owners across the country. And it’s the brainchild of a Leesburg restaurant owner.

The seemingly-insatiable demand to sign up for the sticker highlights a political debate that is far from resolution. And interest for the stickers has exploded since The Washington Times published a story mentioning the sticker earlier this week.

Bryan Crosswhite, owner of Leesburg’s The Cajun Experience restaurant, which is known for its Open Carry Wednesdays, founded the website in response to questions from his customers.

“A lot of patrons come in and ask us what other businesses in the area support the second amendment,” he says. “We really didn’t have an answer for them.”

On Dec. 27, 2013, he launched the online database for businesses to register as gun rights supporters and receive a decal to display their support of the second amendment. Read More

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