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as a publicly traded company, i wonder how this will play out with shareholders, and board of directors...

normally the reason companies don't like to let non-customers use the bathrooms is the cost of maintenance, and time/diligence required of staff to keep the restrooms up to meet customer standards....and keep customers coming.

this might not work out well in communities with high homeless numbers, etc.

it will perhaps solve the bad press created recently by disrespecting actual customers. maybe it pays out in the end?
(won't be easy)
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