USA: Retrospettiva Receives Second Fall Order From Target
Retrospettiva, Inc (Nasdaq:RTRO), a supplier of moderately priced women's apparel, today announced it received an additional order, valued at $600,000, from Dayton Hudson, a division of Target Corporation (NYSE:TGT). Borivoje Vukadinovic, CEO for Retrospettiva, said: "We are delighted with the level of returning clients being realized at our company, as it highlights our commitment to top quality service. Dayton Hudson is one of our most loyal clients and one which we look forward to having a relationship with for several years to come. We anticipate additional orders from Dayton Hudson this year and look forward to surpassing last year's sales."
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