I forgot to mention that Mr. Maloney of TCF Bank Corporate Security referred to folks being nervous as a result of the shooting in Aurora.
In response, I said "Yes, a place where people died in greater number because nobody could shoot back. They have a no carry policy at their theater too. Where do all the mass shootings happen? The U.S. Postal Service is a gun free zone, but that's where mass shootings got started. The term 'going postal' came from the fact that shooters had nobody to stop them, so they killed lots of people. Or how about Columbine? Gun Free School Zones have given us mass shootings one after another. Is that what you want for your customers? A ready made victim pool?"
Mr. Maloney acknowledged my point, but stood firm on the idea that anybody who felt nervous could result in the carrier being asked to remove his weapon from the property and leave it in their car.
I should have mentioned that bearing of arms is protected by the constitution, which does not afford a similar right to people who 'feel' nervous about it, much less that such feeling should trump a constitutional right.