In Chapel Hill, NC a parent is pissed off about the local Target selling t-shirts with Corona and Guinness logos on them.
Dale Pratt-Wilson is a member of Community for Drug-Free Teens, an advocacy group opposed to alcohol and drug use among teens. She wants the Target on 15-501 to stop selling T-shirts emblazoned with Corona and Guinness beer logos in the young men's section.
“I was there with my 17-year-old son and I was outraged that Target was promoting beer logos to our young men,” Pratt-Wilson said.
“It's like we're saying to our kids… drink beer. That's what we're saying,” Pratt-Wilson said. “It's like we're saying 'It's OK for young people to drink beer,' and it's completely inappropriate.”
What are your thoughts? Should Target pull the t-shirts?