Target closing two local stores
Target is closing two of its Dayton-area locations, a spokesperson said Friday. About 170 total employees will be affected as the store chain closes its locations at 6775 Roosevelt Pkwy.
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#1 Jan 12, 2014
Why the Middletown one? They don't have a RTA, do they?
#2 Jan 28, 2014
Target needs to realize their profit losses are due to their unwillingness to compete in prices, quality and selection. Though Trotwood doesn't need to lose another business, Target also needs to get it's nose out of the air and stop being ridiculous. Obviously the people have spoken and have shown Target something...in a profound way? Though I don't like Walmart, for it's degraded advertisements all around the media of the "only types" of shoppers who spend there, and the lack of quality... Not having a better $ option closer leaves many hands tied. The local store is just as ridiculous in prices and a bit uninviting in appearance to say the least. Though, the employees have always made up for the down side. ;) no complaints there. Right now the masses are stuck with making hard choices of prices over quality and that's a shame and a sham! Before I start digressing, I'll just stop here. Sorry to see Target going.
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