Clearly this individual was not speaking on behalf of Target.Should guests ever have questions on whether a communication from Target is legitimate, we encourage them to reach out to guest relations at 1-800-440-0680." [UPDATE: That was a pretty dry statement.
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That dynamic played out in particularly rogue fashion on Target's Facebook page this week.
As the retailer received a steady stream of nasty comments from people upset about its move toward gender-neutral labeling of children's products in its stores, Facebook user Mike Melgaard came to Target's defense—in a provocative manner.
"That being said, this was, for me, more about the laughs.
I absolutely love satirical humor, and I think America could use a little more laughter." Target gave this statement to Ad Freak on Thursday: "At Target, we are committed to providing outstanding guest service to our guests wherever we engage with them—in our stores, online, or on our social pages.