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Boycott Macerich Malls

Macerich is one of the largest owners of regional and community shopping centers in the United States, with 95 malls in 19 states.  The company’s website can help you locate a Mall near you, should you want to avoid it.  Or you can browse the list we found on Wikipedia below:

Macerich Malls
Mall Location Metro Area
Arden Fair Mall Sacramento, California Sacramento, California
Arrowhead Towne Center Glendale, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona
Biltmore Fashion Park Phoenix, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona
Broadway Plaza Walnut Creek, California San Francisco, California
Capitola Mall Capitola, California Santa Cruz, California
Cascade Mall Burlington, Washington Seattle, Washington
The Centre at Salisbury Salisbury, Maryland Salisbury, Maryland
Chandler Fashion Center Chandler, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona
Chesterfield Towne Center Chesterfield, Virginia Richmond, Virginia
Cross County Shopping Center Yonkers, New York New York, New York
Danbury Fair Mall Danbury, Connecticut New York, New York
Deptford Mall Deptford Township, New Jersey Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Eastland Mall Evansville, Indiana Evansville, Indiana
Fiesta Mall Mesa, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona
Freehold Raceway Mall Freehold Township, New Jersey New York, New York
Fashion Fair Mall Fresno, California Fresno, California
Flatiron Crossing Mall Broomfield, Colorado Denver, Colorado
Great Northern Mall Clay, New York Syracuse, New York
Green Acres Mall Valley Stream, New York New York, New York
Inland Center San Bernardino, California San Bernardino, California
Kierland Commons Phoenix, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona
Kings Plaza Brooklyn, New York New York, New York
La Cumbre Plaza Santa Barbara, California Santa Barbara, California
Lake Square Mall Leesburg, Florida Orlando, Florida
Lakewood Center Lakewood, California Los Angeles, California
Los Cerritos Center Cerritos, California Los Angeles, California
The Mall at Northgate San Rafael, California San Francisco, California
The Shops at North Bridge Chicago, Illinois Chicago, Illinois
NorthPark Mall Davenport, Iowa Quad Cities
The Mall of Victor Valley Victorville, California San Bernardino, California
The Oaks Shopping Center Thousand Oaks, California Thousand Oaks, California
Pacific View Ventura, California Ventura, California
Palisene Phoenix, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona
Queens Center Queens, New York Greater New York
Redmond Town Center Redmond, Washington Bellevue, Washington
Rimrock Mall Billings, Montana Billings, Montana
Ridgmar Mall Fort Worth, Texas Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas
Rotterdam Square Rotterdam, New York Schenectady, New York
Santa Monica Place Santa Monica, California Los Angeles, California
Scottsdale Fashion Square Scottsdale, Arizona Phoenix, Arizona
The Shops at Atlas Park Queens, New York New York, New York
Somersville Towne Center Antioch, California San Francisco, California
SouthPark Mall Moline, Illinois Quad Cities
South Plains Mall Lubbock, Texas Lubbock, Texas
South Towne Center Sandy, Utah Salt Lake City, Utah
Southridge Mall Des Moines, Iowa Des Moines, Iowa
Stonewood Center Downey, California Los Angeles, California
Superstition Springs Center Mesa, Arizona Mesa, Arizona
Towne Mall Elizabethtown, Kentucky Elizabethtown, Kentucky
Twenty Ninth Street Boulder, Colorado Boulder, Colorado
Tysons Corner Center Tysons Corner, Virginia Washington, D.C.
Valley Mall Harrisonburg, Virginia Harrisonburg, Virginia
Valley River Center Eugene, Oregon Eugene, Oregon
The Village at Corte Madera Corte Madera, California San Francisco, California
Vintage Faire Mall Modesto, California Modesto, California
Washington Square Tigard, Oregon Portland, Oregon
Westside Pavilion Los Angeles, California Los Angeles, California
Wilton Mall Wilton, New York Saratoga Springs, New York

Their “Code of Conduct” prohibits all weapons, including firearms, regardless of whether an individual possesses a state-issued concealed handgun permit.  This policy applies to all Macerich Malls.

Below is a “Code of Conduct” provided to us by management of one of their malls called Tyson’s Corner Center located in an affluent Northern Virginia suburb of Washington DC.  Rule #2 applies to weapons, or potential weapons.

Code of Conduct – Tyson’s

Coincidentally, a Kay Jewelers (also on our boycott list for banning guns) located in Tyson’s Corner Center has recently been the victim of a “smash and grab” robbery during business hours.  The brazen act was captured on video by an employee.  According to reports, a similar robbery happened at a Kay Jeweler at another mall a few miles away.  A gun-free store within a gun-free mall should be perfectly safe according to the logic of anti-gun fools.  Obviously, reality doesn’t always live up to their naive hopes.  The thugs that robbed Kay Jewelers completely disregarded the mall’s no weapons policy because they knew a weapon would be required to get the job done.  Stay away from gun free zones like Macerich Malls for your own safety.

Contact Them:

http://www.macerich.com/contact.aspx

Santa Monica Corporate Office
401 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 700
Santa Monica, California 90401
Phone: (310) 394-6000

2 Comments

  1. Four dead in a shooting tonight at Cascade Mall in Burlington, WA – a Macerich property. Shooter still on the loose. Well done, Macerich.

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  2. I had to leave my vehicle across the street at Discount tire for 2 hours and was going to do some shopping at Superstition springs center. I found the policy prohibited firearms. This policy excluded me from shopping as I have a concealed carry permit and was armed. It is not people like me that you will have problems with, but instead will be the criminals that will not obey your policy. You are loosing good business due to this policy and I will never shop in your mall as long as this policy is in effect.

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