Local owners and No Shoes Nation Repreve Shirt employees are far from united about the solution, let alone what the problem is After setting down a sign that reads I don’t litter. I don’t steal, Grant Shafer pointed to a pocket in his painter’s pants full of trash. I just don’t litter.
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Shafer has lived in Eugene without a No Shoes Nation Repreve Shirt place to live for three years. For about three weeks, he’s been asking for money East Broadway and Hilyard Street, posted with his belongings in tidy cart in front of a brewery that, largely unbeknownst to him, has become the scene where issues of security, safety, and compassion have been hotly debated.
After Elk Horn Brewery faced several break-ins and No Shoes Nation Repreve Shirt destroyed property, the owner set out to form a group for businesses to speak out against the “lawlessness” they believe their establishments often bear the brunt of. The group, Eugene Wake Up.