Some funny messages: Woodstock (VT) Home and Hardware
See "Orgill grows on Woodstock: Woodstock Home & Hardware stocks its shelves with a bold promise" from Home Channel News.
Retailers are often advised by commercial district revitalization consultants to not be too distinct especially out there with "political" messages, because such messages are likely to rile at least part of your customer base. These are funny nonetheless. (And I didn't include one that might rile part of the readership.)
Labels: protest and advocacy