Target. Store remodeling included not only refreshing the look of the stores, but creating small format stores in urban and college-focused areas and creating space for dedicated drive-up.
Target to expand new ‘Drive Up’ service to Ohio this week. This week’s 200 store expansion means Target’s "Drive Up" service is available at more than 800 stores in 25 states. The retailer is planning to expand to more cities in August with a goal of offering the service at around 1,000 Target stores by the holiday season, according tot he company.
And this is exactly what Target is aiming to achieve with Drive Up. With Drive Up, the employees meet the customers halfway, in a very literal sense! customers order whatever they need through the Target’s app, drive up to a store and employees will bring the purchases out to their car.
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Target Expands Curbside Pickup. Following a beta test in Minnesota, Target is expanding its Drive Up curbside pickup service. By the end of 2018, the retailer plans to introduce the service to nearly 1,000 of its brick-and-mortar stores, TechCrunch reported. Through the service, customers order products through Target’s app and drive to the store.
Target has extended its Drive Up curbside pickup service to more than 1,250 stores. This week, the discount store chain launched drive Up at approximately 150 Target stores in Maryland, Virginia, Texas, Georgia, Florida, and California.
Target expands curbside pickup in Midwest. Target Corp. has rolled out its Drive Up curbside pickup service to 200 more stores in the Midwest. The discount store chain said Drive Up is now available at Target locations in Chicago; Indianapolis; Columbus, Ohio; Lansing, Mich.; Louisville, Ky.; Erie, pa.; south charleston,
This week, the discount store chain said Drive Up launched at approximately 150 Target stores in Maryland, Virginia, Texas, Georgia, Florida and California.
Target has brought its Drive Up service to 200 additional stores in the Midwest and select states with its latest expansion of the service. Drive Up allows consumers to order products through.