'Expect More, Pay Less' is what the policy of 'Target' says, but unlike the promise they offer to the people, Target's newly designed sweater wiped away the expectations of the happy customers. Target stores worldwide operate the largest retail chain of home goods, clothing, electronics and exclusive designer collections at the most reasonable prices. But this Christmas-themed sweater that they recently designed faced all the backlash from the customers owing to provoking some kind of mental illness.
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Target Corporation is the second largest discount retailer in the United States behind Walmart and is a component of the S&P 500 Index.
Headquartered in the United States, Target has always had quality product selling and makes a revenue of about 73.78 Billion USD.
...They have designed a Christmas-themed sweater which they thought would be funny and appealing to the customers printed as ' OCD Obsessive Christmas Disorder', but the response to it has been absolutely controversial.
The sweater is available in red, white and green color for $22.40 and the angry customers have huddled on the social media arguing that the sweater mocks the people who suffer from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. A user Reign tweeted, "@Target as someone with OCD I'd really appreciate it if you didn't sell my illness as a fashion statement."
The customers have lashed out on the sells of these sweaters blaming that Target is trivializing people who suffer from this disorder and it is sheer disgraceful. Shopper Kate Gannon tweeted, "Hey @Target the sweater isn't cute or funny. OCD is a serious mental illness that shouldn't be mocked."
Despite the rage that Target is facing for the sell of these stimulating sweaters, Target has no plans to remove the product from the store.
As you can see, Target is receiving no support from the customers. Target spokesman Josh Thomas said, " We never want to disappoint any of our guests and apologize for any discomfort." It evidently proves that Target will continue to sell the sweater.
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