Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars play Target Corp's staff meeting


The rumors are true. Justin Timberlake and Bruno Mars turned out to be the big acts at Target Corporation's fall meeting.

Downtown Minneapolis was awash in red-and-khaki masses Thursday as Target headquarters employees swarmed over to the Target Center for the company's semi-annual meeting, which has previously featured big-name concert acts.

Among the past featured guests at the annual bullseye confab: Oprah Winfrey, Taylor Swift, Beyonce, James Taylor and Tony Bennett.

There was speculation about who the headliner of the company's event would be, some rumors suggested Michael Buble would perform.

However, JT was a logical choice since Target sells an exclusive deluxe version of his latest album that includes two bonus tracks.

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