Did you know that consumer spending for Easter is expected to reach record levels in 2017? That’s right, the National Retail Federation is predicting the average person will spend $152 this year on food, clothing, gifts, candy, and flowers.
But, as retailers gear up for the fourth-largest consumer holiday of the year, Target is having big trouble getting customers in the door as shoppers continue taking their business #AnywhereButTARGET.
A recent story in The Wall Street Journal reveals Target’s leadership is in turmoil over the fallout from last years announcement of a company policy that allows men into women’s restrooms and changing rooms.It appears the #AnywhereButTARGET movement and the American Family Association’s #BoycottTarget petition have had a bigger impact than anyone expected.
Join us by signing the #AnywhereButTARGET pledge and help us spread the word with the Twitter and Facebook links we’ve set up to share with your followers.
Then be sure to visit our Everyday Shopping Guide to see the best alternatives for your shopping dollars.
Your support has made this campaign a huge success and we can’t thank you enough!