Target launched its Cartwheel Perks reward program in September in five areas, including Raleigh. Employees like Montaya Hinton, a cashier at the Target in North Hills, promoted the program by wearing Cartwheel T-shi.ts. Now the company says it’s discontinuing the perks and the app.
Target launched its Cartwheel Perks reward program in September in five areas, including Raleigh. Employees like Montaya Hinton, a cashier at the Target in North Hills, promoted the program by wearing Cartwheel T-shi.ts. Now the company says it’s discontinuing the perks and the app. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com
Target launched its Cartwheel Perks reward program in September in five areas, including Raleigh. Employees like Montaya Hinton, a cashier at the Target in North Hills, promoted the program by wearing Cartwheel T-shi.ts. Now the company says it’s discontinuing the perks and the app. Juli Leonard jleonard@newsobserver.com

Triangle Target shoppers can say goodbye to Cartwheel Perks rewards program

July 20, 2017 02:21 PM

UPDATED July 20, 2017 07:15 PM

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