I can’t be the only one who doesn’t believe that a retailer would voluntarily set up their store so…

I have two theories:

1- They’re either trying to court more high-end customers (clean layout, big-ticket items at the back of the store, more streamlined customer experience)

2- Literally the opposite. They’re trying to win back the convenience customers who might go to CVS or whatever instead, knowing that if they go to Target for shampoo they’ll walk out with a cartful of new stuff.

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