For the second time in two weeks, after speaking the manager (Brenda) I personally heard her say the phrase, "Well, the owners are Hispanic --and I don't have any problem with that, but..." which was followed, in some form by, "They want to turn it into a Hispanic market of some kind and I just don't know if that sort of thing would work here [in Kennesaw]." Honestly, any sort of representation that would openly say such things about the business they work for or its owners is simply appalling and I refuse to support such businesses, regardless of their convenience to where I live. This is off-putting especially given the diversity of Kennesaw's Hispanic and Latino community that is only growing in positive ways. The pharmacy, however, has always been willingly helpful with any and all of my needs. But as I understand it, they are a separate entity within the same building as the store/market. Then again, what could one honestly expect from an establishment that is less than 1 mile up the the same street as, Wildman's, an establishment that openly supports racialist superiority and other continued manners of segregation? Such a shame and a pity that only one aspect of Main Street Pharmacy store ruins the good the actually pharmacy is so clearly doing and that it diminishes this establishments overall rating, in my personal experience.