Yesterday I posted about a situation between a Kiosk owner and the management of the Mall at Johnson City in Tennessee.
Dan Fuchs, owner of the Graphic Edge, was given an eviction notice by the management of the aforementioned mall, based on "complaints from customers" regarding some items on display. Fuchs' kiosk sold many items, some of which were special order items. He chose to display some of these special order items, many of which were items with an "anti-Obama" message.
Fuchs said mall officials met with him and told him to take down the anti-Obama items on display or face immediate eviction. Fuchs said these items were taken down, yet he still was evicted from the mall.
Today I received a comment on that article, from "Graphic," which read:
“We thank all the viewers, readers and listeners for your ongoing support. Your responses, emails and telephone calls have been overwhelming.
Graphic Edge has reopened online http://www.graphicedgeonline.com , and a portion of the proceeds from sales will go to our legal fund to help in our fight against our wrongful eviction from the Mall at Johnson City.
The website will be expanding and evolving over the next several weeks. Please keep checking back, as we will be adding new merchandise and special offers.
For those who wish to have a custom order, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks again, Team Graphic Edge"
Additionally, Fuchs has started a blog, located at http://graphicedgeonline.wordpress.com/.