It’s Labor Day on September 5, 2016. That’s right. The first Monday of every September has been celebrated as Labor’s Day since 1894. It was in 1894 that the United States government made Labor’s Day a federal holiday. It’s a great time to shop because for two weeks almost all stores have sales in place to encourage shoppers to buy more. Labor Day sales account for some of the heaviest shopping in the year. The Target Labor Day sale is one of the most eagerly awaited sale festivals in the United States.
A Retail Giant
Target Corporation [known simply as Target] is the second-largest discount retailer in the United States. It is behind only Walmart. It was founded by George Dayton and is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The first Target store was opened in Roseville, Minnesota in 1962. As of 2015 end there are 1,792 Target stores throughout United States. It’s retail format includes the discount store Target, the hypermarket SuperTarget and ‘flexible format’ stores. While rival Walmart focuses on “always low prices”, Target focuses on the “needs of it’s younger, image-conscious shoppers.”
Some of the best Labor Day sales can be found in the Target stores. A look at their website reveals exciting Labor Day sale offers for shopping hungry consumers. There are discounts up to 30% off on all kind of shopping items. Some of the things you can buy at Target include electronics, video games, furniture, household essentials, toys, clothing and shoes. You will get a better idea of the wide range of products on sale if you walk into a Target store. So what are you waiting for? Grab your shopping bags, stuff your wallet in your pants and shop to your heart’s content.