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One question, what were you thinking? I have never seen such a maze of circles, nonsense flow's that lead you to no where.

You have items in small pods movable boxes and the red baskets in the middle. The floor in the food area that if you have any inner ear imbalance it makes your head spin. I have shopped at Target all my life for the even flow, clean lighting that makes shopping easy and logical.

Sorry to say - I'm going back to Walmart and HyVee where they listen to their customers. Epic failure Target - look for some store closing on this one.

I didn't like: Disappointing design.

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Anonymous
#1579694

Sounds like the layout of their store was designed by an inmate of a hospital for the criminally insane. Probably the patient who was transferred there from the regular nutward for pickup up the television over his head and smashing it on the ground because it kept messing up, to the cheers of all of the other patients!

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to TheCustomerIsAllWallsRight #1580570

I think that that patient who destroyed the television should have been made to pay back the cost to replace it out of their patient funds for good behavior and/or their nut check allowance for while they were in the hospital. They should have had to not replace the television with a similar black and white barely working model, but this patient should have been made to pay for a huge flat-screen HD television to be mounted up on the wall for the patients to enjoy. He should have been held accountable for his actions, instead of simply being transferred to the hospital for the criminally insane where he said that the doctors and food and living conditions were much better.

Anonymous
#1577009

Let's face it, Target has been moving their marketing to younger shoppers for years now. It only makes sense for them to lay our their stores to appeal to the younger age group they are targeting. Fortunately there are still plenty of stores that appreciate their more mature shoppers as well.

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