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Target is changing design of stores

Interior of redesigned Target store (Source: Target) Interior of redesigned Target store (Source: Target)
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The store with the iconic red bullseye logo is about to undergo a makeover.

Target announced Monday plans to revamp the look of stores across the country.

They’re calling the changes a “reimagined design” aimed at “taking a customized approach to creating an enhanced shopping experience.”

New design features include two entrances, both with you in mind.

Need to run in and grab a couple of things? In the mood to browse for new clothes? One entrance will be dedicated for easier pick-up of online orders and groceries while the other entrance will feature clothing and brand needs.

The company plans to shake up the aesthetic of stores, introducing new curved, circular center aisles for ease of shopping and dedicated parking spaces for online order pickups.

And no need to leave the car! Team members will run those online orders straight to your vehicle outside.

Target plans to revamp 600 stores by 2019.

No word yet on if any North Alabama locations are in the running for a redesign.

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