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    Kroger

    I just wanted to share that Kroger has been an amazing company to stand up for whats right despite some of the most vial and filthy tactics thrown against them. Whats every one else thoughts on Krogers standing strong?
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    What are you talking about in particular?

    While i haven't had any bad experiences at Kroger, i do recall several members being asked to leave Kroger for OCing while shopping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kopis View Post
    What are you talking about in particular?

    While i haven't had any bad experiences at Kroger, i do recall several members being asked to leave Kroger for OCing while shopping.
    Kroger has not corporate wide bent to the demands of the Mad Moms/antis. Instead have chosen to follow the laws of the state in which each store is located.

    I am not aware of the "asked to leave" incidents. Wonder if such was less for OCing a handgun and more for the conduct while in the store.

    Have been OCing in the stores since Kroger came to my area. Gotten to know one of the managers so well that I'm frequently in his elevated office chatting and looking across the huge offering and customers below.
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    I think it's great. However, I do not personally know of any Kroger locations in Oklahoma.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arin Morris View Post
    I think it's great. However, I do not personally know of any Kroger locations in Oklahoma.
    while there are no kroger stores in Oklahoma the fact that they are among the largest grocery chains out there is symbolic. Since they have not caved they proved that moms demand communism does not have the backing they claim along with the voters.

    Moms demand communism claims 90 percent of americans support communism but kroger has bucked them and profits have soared. not relly possible if 90 percent of america was to take their business elsewhere.

    had kroger caved it would have led to more retailers following suit nation wide
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    Not trying to be a butt or anything, but since there aren't any Krogers in OK, why is this posted in the OK forum?
    I wish there were Krogers around. I remember shopping at one when I lived in Texas. Nice store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glock 1st fan View Post
    while there are no kroger stores in Oklahoma the fact that they are among the largest grocery chains out there is symbolic. Since they have not caved they proved that moms demand communism does not have the backing they claim along with the voters.

    Moms demand communism claims 90 percent of americans support communism but kroger has bucked them and profits have soared. not relly possible if 90 percent of america was to take their business elsewhere.

    had kroger caved it would have led to more retailers following suit nation wide
    Quote Originally Posted by Kebler414 View Post
    Not trying to be a butt or anything, but since there aren't any Krogers in OK, why is this posted in the OK forum?
    I wish there were Krogers around. I remember shopping at one when I lived in Texas. Nice store.
    See the post directly above yours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arin Morris View Post
    I think it's great. However, I do not personally know of any Kroger locations in Oklahoma.
    The corporate entity "Kroger" also owns other grocery stores like the City Markets and King Soopers. You couls check their web pager for other stores the own.

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    Kroger has zero market share in Oklahoma that I can find. When Flemming went bankrupt, Kroger bought some of their Food 4 Less stores. I believe either the Oklahoma stores were not purchased by Kroger or if they were, closed soon after. I would love to have a Kroger here, but I'll have to support them in spirit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kebler414 View Post
    Not trying to be a butt or anything, but since there aren't any Krogers in OK, why is this posted in the OK forum?
    I wish there were Krogers around. I remember shopping at one when I lived in Texas. Nice store.
    We got them here in Dallas. But my question is when driving through OKC is 'where is it?' A few things over in brick town, but never have seen a ' downtown'....


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