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Topic - Melissa Fry
"It's not a political move for us in any way, shape, or form. We're strictly taking a stand for the fair treatment of women. At our franchise alone, we employ 1100 beautiful, talented women," she said.
Melissa Fry, director of marketing for HootWinc, told Slate that the signs went up at four San Diego locations.