We Reserve the Right To Refuse Service To Anyone Statement:

We reserve the right to refuse service to anyone when they pose a potential threat or health concern, as well as no shirt, no shoes, no service; which includes proper and appropriate workout attire.”

Code, U.S.C.A. Title 11 Section 366. (h): The utility may refuse to provide service to an applicant when there is evidence that the applicant is using service in an unauthorized manner or is tampering with the equipment furnished and owned by the utility.

Constitutional Right to Refuse Service

Business owners have the right to refuse service or turn away a customer to protect their patrons and business from a potential threat or health concern. For example, “no shirt, no shoes, no service” and other dress codes are the types of requirements that private businesses can impose on potential customers if it is not discriminatory.

No Child Left Unattended Statement:

“Please Do Not Leave Any Child Unattended.”