BenShot, a Wisconsin gift company that manufactures newsprint glass embedded in bullets, so they look like they had shot a…
BenShot, a Wisconsin gift company that manufactures newsprint glass embedded in bullets, so they look like they had shot a shot, gave all their employees a handgun of their choice for Christmas.
Two of BenShot’s 16 employees, including veterans and evenly distributed between men and women, quit the offer first but have now retested after having taken a weapon security course required by the company’s owner, 13 News Now reported.
“I want to make sure all [of our] employees are safe and happy – a gun was the perfect gift,” told Wolf Wolf, one of the founders of sponsor son BenShot, WBAY.
Wolfgram told 13 news now He was not worried about violence at the workplace, despite the usual massacre in the United States, because his staff felt well. “For us, we now have a whole armed staff. I think it’s pretty good”.
Wolfgram told WISN 1
2 News that his employees could choose the weapon they wanted and then received gift cards to make the purchase, so the dealer would be the one who performs the background checks.
“There are two things, I have two motivators,” said Wolfgram. “One, we thought it would be good for everyone’s safety to have a gun at home. And then it’s also fun. So we’ve planned to make excursions to go to the shooting game and this kind of stuff.”
Han also said that if he gave staff a cash bonus, it might have been common to pay bills, while this is a “way they can treat themselves to something.”
Chelsea Priest, who manages BenShot’s media affairs, told WISN 12 News that after receiving her new gun, she told her bosses: “Thank you so much for giving us the right not to be a victim because you never know.”
“Of course, you see the news all the while you know things Happens and it’s a tragedy that things happen. But for [Ben] to stand for something and for the company to stand safe, it’s really great for them to do it, “said Priest. ]