One of Retail's Most Recognizable Logos and the Minneapolis PR Man Who Created It

Target's bull's-eye hasn't changed in almost 50 years

Stewart K. Widdess probably didn't think he was making history. For the time being, all he had to make was a name and a logo. It was 1961, and Widdess was the publicity man for Dayton's in Minneapolis. A downtown landmark since 1902, Dayton's was a fancy department store that sold things like fine jewelry and cashmere sweaters.

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