In 1902, George Dayton Draper formed the Dayton Dry Good Company, today known as the Target Corporation. In 1960, Target ventured into discount retailing, and its signature bull’s-eye logo was created in 1962, when executives agreed that “As a marksman’s goal is to hit the center bulls-eye, the new store would do much the same in terms of retail goods, services, commitment to the community, price, value and overall experience.” And Target doesn’t just deliver on discounts. Target has been listed on Orion International’s “Top 20 Military Friendly Companies,” named a Navy Reserve Top Employer, and works with the Veteran Jobs Mission. In 2013, Target also made a commitment to Joining Forces, the White House initiative to hire more veterans and their spouses. When you shop Target, you can expect more and pay less.
Target has been a Veterans Advantage military verification partner since 2007.
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