Who turns down a donation for CHILDREN?
Costco stores in Citrus Heights, and Roseville, California, allegedly rejected a $500 donation for the Children’s Miracle Network because the donation came from a gun store, Breitbart reports.
For years, a Sacramento Black Rifle banner has hung in the Citrus Heights, California Costco. Black Rifle generously gives to the Children’s Miracle Network via the wholesale retailer. For this, they get a banner in the store.
Then, according to a Black Rifle manager Nick Robertson, Citrus Heights Costco reported a complaint from an employee. And down came the banner. Representatives from the store later changed that to a “customer complaint” and explained the decision came directly from the Costco corporate office, according to Robertson, Townhall reports.
“Pursuant to Costco Wholesale’s Regional Office direction. (Enclosed) please find your company check for $500.00 made out to COSTCO WHSE 00 representing a refund of your CMN banner donation made to Roseville Costco on April 3rd, 2018.”
Townhall reports that a Costco in Reno, Nevada, likewise rejected a $500 Children’s Miracle Network gift from SBR this year.
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