Stemming from a $1,500 state grant from Target students taking a “Principles of Management” class at King’s College had the opportunity to participate in the third annual Target Case Competition. The grant from the retail giant was used as prize money for the competition where students were given a case study from Target and had to design a solution and present their findings to a panel of judges. The winners received $300 each in prize money. Representatives of Target judged the final round. Target representatives and the winning team, from left, are: Nicholas Durham, Target; Ian Hogan, Ryan Lobb, Juliette Mortimer, Alyssa Sebold and Dana Trentalange, students, and Brett Bochicchio, Target.