Old Navy is a fun place to shop with tons of clothing options for men, women, and children. It has over 1,000 locations worldwide and is owned by Gap, another clothing store that also carries family friendly clothing.
Many people do not know that Target actually owns, and created, Old Navy.
The Old Navy brand originated in the early 1990s when Target Corporation was looking to offer a more affordable alternative to its existing Gap outlets. Target opened the first Gap Warehouse in 1993 to accomplish this goal.
However, Gap Warehouse’s name was too closely related to the original parent company name, Gap, so Gap Warehouses was quickly rebranded as “Old Navy” only a year later in 1994 to further separate the less-expensive discount clothing brand from its parent company, Gap.
This lead to the birthing of the first physical new Old Navy store in 1994. You’re likely used to the name Old Navy representing a clothing store, however surprisingly, the name for “Old Navy” was inspired by the name of a bar in Paris.
The new old Navy stores distinguished themselves from the older Gap Warehouses in more than just name. They were built as 15,000 sq ft monster warehouses, while the older and smaller Gap Warehouses were only 10,000. The stores were also intentionally made to be similar to grocery stores with elements that made it comfortable and easy to shop and buy more including long flowing aisles, shopping carts, and impulse-buy products near the checkout areas.
The Old Navy stores’ specific warehouse atmosphere with cement flooring and metal shelves paired with their colorful clothing displays and abundance of helpful employees, set them apart from the discount store competition with their understaffed and less clean and colorful storefronts.
42 new Old Navy stores were opened in 1994 alone. It continues to grow quickly and set a record as the first retailer to pass the billion dollar mark in its first four years of business. By 2000 there were 500 Old Navy outlets and it continues to expand today.
In an effort to improve the shopping experience for you and all of its customers, Old Navy has started a survey program where anyone who has a receipt from shopping at their store has the opportunity to take an online survey.
After taking the online survey, the Old Navy shopper will receive a 10% coupon to use on their future Old Navy purchase, either in-store or online, as well as a free shipping coupon if they choose to shop online with their coupon.
- 10% off coupon + free shipping for online orders
|Prizes||10% Off + Free S/H|
|Language||English, French or Spanish|
|Offer Per Valid Receipt||1|
|Coupon Valid For||14 Days|
Here’s what to expect when you take the survey, and what the simple blue and white Old Navy homepage will look like:
- You’ll be able to take the survey if you shopped at an Old Navy store in the US, Canada or Mexico
- You’ll need to have saved your receipt
- You’ll need a computer and internet access to take the survey
- You’ll need to be able to speak either English, French or Spanish in order to complete the survey. You will have an option of which language to choose when you land on the survey homepage
- One offer per receipt
- Must be over 18 to participate
10% off coupon is valid for 14 days after taking the survey. Must use within 14 days or the coupon expires
- Save the receipt after shopping at an Old Navy store near you
- Go online to www.feedback4oldnavy.com and choose your country and language
- Enter the date, time and store number of your visit in the Old Navy online survey portal
- Validate you are over 18 and not a robot to continue with the survey
- Honestly answer the questions to help Old Navy improve its in-store experience for yourself and future customers
- After completing the survey, Old Navy will give you a 10% off coupon you can use for your next in store or online purchase plus free shipping if you choose to use your code online. Remember you must use your code within 14 days of completing the survey or it will expire.
Have fun with your new Old Navy apparel and discount! Let me know how your survey experience goes.
Many people who love Old Navy like to pair their fresh new outfit with some gorgeous Nike shoes. If that sounds like you, head over to the www.mynikevisit-na.com page to take the survey for a free $10 Nike gift card after your in store purchase
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