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    Great OC at Bellesquare Mall Apple Store....

    Not me... but Shelley from West Coast Armory...

    http://j.mp/eTJwae

    Great Read!!!

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    OC is not allowed in Bellevue Square the last time I checked. Security told me I had to cover up or leave it in the car. No big deal, covered up and went about my day. I'm glad Shelley was able to get some advertising out of it!

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    She wasn't at Bellevue Square.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpyderTattoo View Post
    She wasn't at Bellevue Square.
    Unless you know of another Apple Store in the Bellevue Collection that she refers to in her post, it's in Bellevue Square mall.

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    I thought the "Bellevue Collection" was a different shopping center than Bellevue square.
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    The Bellevue Collection includes Bellevue Square because it's owned by the same folks that built Lincoln Center across the street. It's all part of the same "collection" or retail.
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    Oh, I see. Well then, She was lucky security wasn't called, since it is well established that there is a "No Firearms" policy in most, if not all, the malls around here.
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    I checked the today and the front entrances to Bellevue Square Mall all have signs prohibiting firearms. She got lucky...

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    She broke no law and should continue to "get lucky" until told to stop.
    I am not anti Cop I am just pro Citizen.

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    You can enter the lower section through an entrance and the Apple store is nearly straight ahead. If that is all you are doing, it would be easy and unlikely that security would notice or be called. Once in the Apple store you would follow their rules and no longer the rules of the mall.
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