Sanders said the stickers show that a business agrees to hire employees and serve the public without regard to sexual orientation or gender identity.
“We hope to encourage our state’s leaders to stay focused on issues that really affect the business climate in Tennessee,” said TEP President H.G. Stovall.
“Allowing truly business-friendly policies to be held captive by those with personal agendas is bad business,” said Stovall. “Too many start believing someone else’s talking points and thinking that means they know what’s best for businesses and everyone else.”
The group also is keeping a list of businesses that support the initiative on its Facebook page.