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Make Up Ethics - Krissy Bentley Make-Up Ethical Analysis 29 November 2011 Black Friday Fanatic Parking Enforcers Was it ethical Summary Early

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Krissy Bentley Make-Up Ethical Analysis 29 November 2011 Black Friday Fanatic Parking Enforcers: Was it ethical? Summary: Early Friday morning (Black Friday), there were thousands of people parking at local businesses to shop the traditional holiday sales. Due to the volume of people in line, many individuals were forced to park in private business’s parking lots. Due to the businesses being closed until late the next morning, this was not seen as an issue by those parking there. When they returned to their cars, many of them were booted and some had already been towed. Many expressed their discomfort at the ethical issue behind this act. The tow company refuses to release any comment or statement until Monday. My ethical analysis: Personally, having dealt with the towing/booting in Provo personally, I find that the local towing agencies operate less for the purpose of assisting the community than they do to generate revenue. They are a business that makes a profit, and they have to pay their employees.
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course PHIL 2050 taught by Professor Emorywogenstahl during the Fall '11 term at Utah Valley University.

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Make Up Ethics - Krissy Bentley Make-Up Ethical Analysis 29 November 2011 Black Friday Fanatic Parking Enforcers Was it ethical Summary Early

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