The End is Near for Toys R Us and That's Bad News For The Entire Toy Industry - The Toyark - News
As the last toy-centric brick and mortar business from the booming toy era of the late 70’s to early 90’s, Toys R Us stood as a stubborn pillar of fun in a world quickly losing interest in everyday toys. After the closing of Lionel’s Kiddie City, the liquidation and sale of Kay-Bee Toys, not to mention Toys R Us’ own acquisition of FAO Schwartz, the toy retail industry was on borrowed time since the mid-2000’s. As a kid, and even now as an adult, I have always enjoyed trips to Toys R Us, preferring to spend my money there than » Continue Reading.