Target announced on Tuesday that it was closing down 13 of their stores. They have more than 1700 stores in the US, so it is not a scary number of closures. It still has an impact, and there are some angry shoppers that are now trying to find a way to keep the store in the area open for business.
According to CNN Money, a spokesperson for the retail chain said that, ” the decision to close a Target store is not made lightly. Typically, a store is closed as a result of seeing several years of decreasing profitability.”
Check out the list of stores closing their doors at the end January 2020 below.
- Austin North East in Austin, TX;
- Suncoast Pasco County in Odessa, FL;
- Casa Grande, AZ;
- Victorville, CA;
- East Flint in Flint, MI;
- Columbus Southwest in Columbus, OH;
- Springfield, OH;
- Northridge in Milwaukee, WI;
- Superior, WI;
- New Ulm, MN;
- Ottumwa, IA;
- Anderson, IN;
- Dixie Highway in Louisville, KY