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Target Management Face-off with Shareholders Today Wednesday

Target Management to Face Shareholders Wednesday

from NCPPR news release:

" National Center for Public Policy Research to Be Among Those Shareholders in Attendance Wondering Why the Retail Giant Has Chosen to Be an Aggressive Player in the Culture Wars

Target Announced April 19 that Fitting Rooms and Restrooms are Not Assigned by Biological Sex in Its Stores

A Boycott Petition Has Reached 1.3 Million Signers

Target Stock Has Dropped by 18 Percent

Costa Mesa, CA / Washington, D.C. - The retail chain Target will hold its annual shareholder meeting Wednesday, June 8 at 9 AM Pacific time, the first time Target's management will come face-to-face with shareholders since it aggressively entered the culture wars on April 19 by announcing it would "respect" its customers by letting everyone use the fitting and restrooms of their choice -- regardless of the views of the other customers using those facilities.

Since then, Target has been the focus of a boycott petition drive by the American Family Association that has quickly reached over 1.3 million signatures.

Coincidentally or not, the share price or Target stock has dropped by 18 percent during the seven weeks since its culture wars announcement.

The National Center for Public Policy Research's Free Enterprise Project will be among those shareholders in attendance wondering why Target seemingly has chosen to make the culture wars a priority over retail sales this year.

The National Center will be represented by its Free Enterprise Project Director, Justin Danhof, Esq. Danhof will be available to the press following the meeting. To talk with him, contact Judy Kent at (703) 759-7476 or cell (703) 477-7476 or jkent@nationalcenter.org.

Last week, Mr. Danhof attended the shareholder meeting of Target's main rival, Walmart. He addressed that meeting, speaking in support of a shareholder proposal submitted by the National Center.

Danhof has spoken at over a dozen shareholder meetings of major corporations this year alone, and many dozens more in recent years................."

Public Advocate president Eugene Delgaudio said "I am thankful someone with the experience and conviction as the people at the National Center will professionally place on the record at a corporate meeting the feedback from the general public over an insane embrace of a corrupt and bankrupt moral policy."

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