What Other Companies Can Learn From The Aftermath Of Caitlin Breedlove’s Shopping Center Ouster

Here’s what I love most about (what happened after) Caitlin Breedlove got kicked out of a North Carolina shopping center for holding hands with and kissing her girlfriend: York Properties, the management company of Raleigh’s Cameron Village, not only publicly apologized but met with Breedlove and asked what they could do to make the situation right. “York Properties gave us everything we wanted,” she tells Joy Behar, adding “it’s important to tell that part of the story.” She’s right.

Kissing Her Girlfriend Got Caitlin Breedlove Kicked Out Of This North Carolina Shopping Center

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  • TommyOC

    More important is to note that York Properties reacted swiftly to determine the party at fault and to make it right.

    This is in stark contrast to just about every other similar display of prejudice and discrimination. The organizations at fault in those circumstances not only dragged their feet at obtaining a resolution, but offered late and limp excuses along the way.

    Take, for instance, the Obama Administration.

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