Seems as if Target is leaving no stone unturned these days. The Wall Street Journal ran a story last week about Target's lesser-known commerical Interiors division. With such notable projects as Arizona's Diamondbacks clubhouse, revamps for General Mills and a project underway with Minneapolis' W Hotel they aren't kidding around.
The unit called Target Commerical Interiors or TCI has 100 employees and though they don't necessarly shop at Target for their wares, they do use the massive sourcing capabilities at their fingertips including the two year old TCI furniture store that carries professional grade office furniture. Their clients seem to be more than happy with the results, "when the team's chief operating officer Tom Garfinkel told him he was hiring Target to spruce up the stadium, bypassing companies that specialize in athletic facilities. "Now, I don't know what I like better, the job they did or what they charged us," says Mr. Moorad"
for more information read the full story at the Wall Street Journal.