Acevedo, who is of Puerto Rican descent, wrote Tuesday in a Twitter post that he was outside the luxury fashion outlet waiting for it to open when a salesperson refused to let him in.salesperson looked me up and down and asked me if I was going to buy anything, and when I said, you really just ask me that?, she proceeded to lock the door on me, Acevedo wrote.Acevedo says the store remained locked until a white customer showed up.minute later, a Caucasian woman knocks on the door to see if they open and (the salesperson) opens the doors for her, he said.Acevedo told Postmedia he wasn sure what problem the saleswoman had with him.have to ask her that. I think she judged me for what I was wearing, thinking I couldn afford to buy anything in the store. Either way, it horrendous and shallow, he said.have no idea what you are talking about and there is absolutely no one here that wants to comment on that, the employee said before hanging up the phone.In a statement released Thursday afternoon, Coach said one of the company core values is inclusion.are deeply committed to diversity and do not tolerate discrimination of any kind.
Pete Rose, whom Schmidt credits with making the difference between the great Phillies teams of the late 1970s and the World Series winner in 1980, deserves to be in Cooperstown, Schmidt said Monday upon his election to the Hall. “He’s served his time,” said Schmidt, a three time National League MVP who is seventh on the career list with 548 homers. “He’s been in exile, if you will, long enough.