Phoenix vintage shop sign goes viral for mandating masks

A photo of the sign ricocheted around the internet, racking up thousands of shares in just one day after Antique Sugar owner Sarah Bingham posted it to her personal Facebook account Monday morning.

By Helen Wieffering | Arizona Republic

Snarky signs aren’t anything new for Phoenix vintage shop Antique Sugar, but a recent notice asking customers to wear a mask hit a nerve online.

A photo of the sign ricocheted around the internet, racking up thousands of shares in just one day after Antique Sugar owner Sarah Bingham posted it to her personal Facebook account Monday morning.

She’d typed out the requirement in bold typeface on four sheets of printer paper, respectfully asking patrons to wear a mask or postpone their visit.

 “We’ll be happy to debate the efficacy of masks with you when this is all over and you come in to sell your dead grandmother’s clothes,” it said.

“TL;DR: Masks required,” the sign finished

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