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Businiess name:  Keith's Sporting Goods
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
I went into Keith's wanting to purchase a firearm to carry with my concealed weapon permit. I browsed the cases, looking for something specific. I finally found it-I waited to be helped. I could see available employees ... surely they would be over soon. We had made eye contact, they knew I was there. The only employee that even spoke to me was the one who was helping another customer. He said someone would be with me in just a minute. I said thanks and continued to wait. One man in particular aggravated me. He was middle aged, salt and pepper hair with black rimmed glasses. He was walking back and forth behind the counter, obviously not busy. He kept glancing at me sideways-we made eye contact every single time ... and still he chose to ignore me. Sadly, I didn't get to make my purchase that day, I didn't feel right about spending money where I was treated like a second class citizen. I fully believe I was treated that way because I am a female. I'm not sure this store is as modern as wears they sell. More and more women are owners of firearms-they need to realize this or eventually they will fail. Friends and family are appalled at the way I was treated and will not be shopping there again. How long can they last when they treat half of the population like they don't matter? Everyone has a mother, sister, or daughter ... We all matter and, in my family, we all carry guns.

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