my dad lives next to the target store in inver grove heights. He is paralyzed due to a stroke.
I used to take him to Wallmart to use the mobility carts when he lived by that store, he has now moved closer to Targer. One 3 of our 5 attempts to use the mobility carts at Target they have been "uncharged" because "somebody" didn't plug them in last night. NOT my problem. I have been met by rude indifference from store employees at both the IGH & West St Paul stores.
It is a HUGE disappointment for my Dad to not be able to shop when these carts are not charged up at Target. When he lived by Wallmart we never had a problem.
Shame on you Target for being so indifferent to the needs of the disabled.
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