Levi’s CEO writes open letter on LinkedIn: Leave your guns at home

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Chip Bergh, CEO of popular clothing company, Levi Strauss & Co., penned a heartfelt open letter to customers asking them to leave their guns at home. 

In the letter posted to LinkedIn on Wednesday, Bergh made a plea for Levi customers not to enter stores carrying weapons following a recent incident, in which a gun inadvertently went off in one of the company’s stores, injuring the customer who brought it.

Bergh offered his opinions on the “complex” and “divisive” U.S. debate over gun safety and rights as a former army officer, a father and business leader of a 163-year-old company. Read more…

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