Hi there everyone, I just wanted to get some feedback on how Target decides each store layout will be when building or remodeling a store. At my store we opened in 2000 and were scheduled for a remodel back in 2009 but it was canceled. I'm told we're long overdue and that the floorplan used for our store isn't even used by Target anymore. Just to shed some light on the type of store I work at we are a D-volume ULV store with about 15 million in annual sales, our electronics department uses the U-shaped glass camera boat and we have just the green "Electronics" sign hanging above our area otherwise no other signing is present. We currently don't have a pharmacy(one of 3 stores in our district that doesn't from what I'm told) and we also aren't p-fresh or have a photo lab. Our typical aisles are 20 feet long not includng endcaps and my ETL-HR told me that a typical Target floorplan includes 24 ft aisles not including the endcaps. Am I describing everything correctly? j/w Also does anyone know how NOP product originates in the first place? I realize this is sorta off topic but do ULV stores typically have more NOP than larger say B or C volumes? j/w Thanks for reading and any input Love the board and I know my store is so much better for the ideas and suggestions that come off of this board!!