Tell Target To Save Thanksgiving
November 15, 2011 by staff
This year though, Hardwick will be working. A part-time employee at Target in Omaha, Neb., he is scheduled to start his 10-hour shift at 11 p.m. In order to make it through the night, he’ll need to sleep on Thanksgiving Day.
“My fiancée is sad because I was supposed to have Thanksgiving dinner with her family, and talk about wedding plans,” he said.
Hardwick started an online petition in the hope that Target would push the store opening back to Friday to allow workers to spend more time with family.
“It’s kind of a raw deal,” he said.
Hardwick created the petition, entitled “Tell Target to Save Thanksgiving,” through the online advocacy site Change.org, which collected more than 80,000 signatures as of Tuesday.
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