An ad from the Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America national campaign calls on Michael Ellis, president and chief operating officer, and W. Rodney McMullen, chief executive officer, of Kroger to prohibit the open carry of guns in its stores in response to incidences of gun violence in and around stores, as well as open carry demonstrations organized by gun extremist groups that brought gunmen with loaded assault weapons into stores.
An ad from the Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America national campaign calls on Michael Ellis, president and chief operating officer, and W. Rodney McMullen, chief executive officer, of Kroger to prohibit the open carry of guns in its stores in response to incidences of gun violence in and around stores, as well as open carry demonstrations organized by gun extremist groups that brought gunmen with loaded assault weapons into stores.
An ad from the Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America national campaign calls on Michael Ellis, president and chief operating officer, and W. Rodney McMullen, chief executive officer, of Kroger to prohibit the open carry of guns in its stores in response to incidences of gun violence in and around stores, as well as open carry demonstrations organized by gun extremist groups that brought gunmen with loaded assault weapons into stores.

Moms group asks Kroger shoppers not to openly carry weapons

September 05, 2014 3:01 PM