US retail giant Target has opened temporary storefronts in major cities carrying popular items for quick shopping on the go, reports Ad Age.  The stores, called Target-to-Go, are being launched in New York, San Francisco and Washington D.C. from Dec. 11-13.  In stock will be about 50 of the most popular products for holiday shoppers, ranging in price from under a dollar for items such as Christmas ornaments to high-priced electronics.  Ad Age says Sony PSPs are among products being stocked.  Target is using Twitter to promote the stores, with each storefront running its own Twitter feed to inform people about their location and items for sale.

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