THE STARBUCKS at Target may not be considered a real Starbucks, according to one employee.
Yes, you heard that right.
While Target’s food courts have a wide selection, with lots of fast food options, the fact that Target stores also has a typical Starbucks.
But, one Employee goals The name Katherine reveals that the Starbucks you find at your local Target isn’t technically part of a franchise.
The Starbucks stores inside Target are actually managed by Target, not a coffee business.
She also added: “If they switch to Starbucks, they will have to be retrained, or retrained.
“Starbucks doesn’t consider Target Starbucks to be Starbucks.”
Actually, Target Themselves confirmed this when in May 2018 Starbucks was forced to close down to have a talk and learn about race and prejudice with their employees.
Target Corporate confirmed that their Starbucks will not be closing because they are indeed run by Target.
Coffee theories aside, you may have wondered what the purpose of coffee is giant red ball outside of Target.
Are they resting spots, or simply an aesthetic addition to the eyes?
Turns out they are actually safety measures.
An iconic symbol, the famous balls are really there to prevent cars from potentially crashing into the store and harming employees and customers in the process.
Despite the goal of loss prevention, red balls are not always praised by customers.
In fact, in 2015, a mom from New Jersey filed a lawsuit against Target. This comes after her 5-year-old son was severely injured after a fall from a red ball and as a result had to have surgery on his arm.
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