The origins of the Target stores go back to the turn of the 20th century, when its founding company, Dayton Dry Goods, started selling its wares out of a building in Minneapolis, Minnesota. By 1956, Dayton had opened the world’s first two-story indoor shopping mall, changed its name to Target, and was expanding into book selling and electronics. This was a glimpse into things to come for the Target chain, which now boasts an eclectic mix of merchandise designed to appeal to shoppers of all ages. The younger crowd especially enjoys the stylish home décor items that Target has become famous for, and everyone from moms to dorm-shopping college students can find what they need at competitive prices. And, while Target has branched out into other ventures, such as financial and office design services, most people just love it for its huge selection of merchandise and the fun, eclectic atmosphere that makes their shopping experience special. Target gives its loyal customers even more ways to save. When purchasing online, make sure to take advantage of the awesome deals you can get at Target.
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