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Target Brings Small Stores to Big Cities

As more and more people flock toward large-metropolitan cities, big box retailers like Target don’t want to be left behind.

While Target has moved on from operations in Canada, the retailer is planning on opening more of its quick-service TargetExpress stores, which are about 20,000 square feet. The company is seeking to reach customers who move to city centers and don’t want to leave the city to shop, according to an article by Fortune.

The first TargetExpress location opened its doors last July on the University of Minnesota campus in Minneapolis, the article says. In the next year, Washington and Chicago will have TargetExpress locations as well.

To read the full article, click here.

About Renee Changnon

Renee Changnon is the retail outreach coordinator for NRHA. She meets with retailers in their stores and at industry events and introduces them to the services NRHA provides. Renee previously worked as a member of the NRHA communications team. She earned a degree in visual journalism from Illinois State University, where she served as the features editor for the school newspaper. After college, she implemented marketing and promotions initiatives at Jimmy John’s franchise locations across the country. She enjoys exploring books with her book club, Netflix marathons and hosting goat yoga at her apartment complex. Renee Changnon 317-275-9442 rchangnon@nrha.org

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