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FYI - The Target store in Boynton Beach, FL had an EXTREMELY, EXTREMELY, let me repeat EXTREMELY small display of Chanukah items. In fact, there were so few items that all of them stacked together could fit into a small shoe box.

NO CHANUKAH WRAPPING PAPER - LIMITED SUPPLY OF CHANUKAH CARDS - NO CHANUKAH NICK NACKS - ETC. Why would the Christmas displays and items take up the ENTIRE back of the store, when the Chanukah items were hidden somewhere near the housewares? FYI - Chanukah is celebrated at least 10 DAYS BEFORE Christmas this year! A prompt and logical response - directly related to my review - would be greatly appreciated.

No scripted & formed response is acceptable. Suzie (suziew1612@aol.com)

Reason of review: LACK OF CHANUKAH ITEMS.

Preferred solution: A RESPONSE FROM THE CORPORATE OFFICE.

I didn't like: Lack of chanukah items.

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Anonymous
#1462397

A company that has recently been found guilty of screening out black and brown skin people in their hiring process, doesn't cater to a Jewish holiday?....are you really surprised?Eh, Rob? Are you?Perhaps attractive young Christian white people are Target's target for employment AND "guests" shopping in their stores.

aliens_amoung_us
#1399748

Hm, never thought of that since I'm not jewish. I actually saw some Chanukah items in Rite Aid last week.

Maybe go to another store. Also call corporate and maybe suggest they start to carry more items.

As for the bathrooms, they do have single bathrooms that lock, so safety really isn't an issue as you have a choice.

h.kitchener
#1399577

All is not lost---at least at Target you can go into and use any bathroom you want, even if you are a little girl and like old men doing their thing in there. Target is just wonderful, isn't it? Best to shop elsewhere.

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