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Toys R Us is an American toy store that started out by selling baby furniture. Today, it's one of the biggest toy sellers in the U.S.
All about Toys R Us
This store's name really says it all - it's all about toys and products for kids! The store has been around for nearly 70 years and sells a huge range of products for the littlest members of the house. Some of their most consistent best-sellers are Toys R Us bikes, Toys R Us swing sets, and Toys R Us games.
Apart from standby childhood classics, Toys R Us also frequently brings in new items. You can stay updated with all their latest products with the Toys R Us ad, which you can find right here. This major retailer also manages the spin-offs of Kids R Us (for kids' clothing) and Babies R Us.
While Toys R Us prices are always competitive, they also run sales on a consistent basis. Toys R Us clearance sections both in store and online are a great option. Have a look at the Toys R Us catalog first, check your local Toys R Us hours, then start shopping!
The history of Toys R Us
The Toys R Us we know today was evolved from Children’s Supermarket, a baby furniture retailer in 1948. Owner Charles Lazarus started getting requests to carry baby toys, then toys for older kids too. That's how the giant toy store that Toys R Us is today got started!
Now it's located in 37 different countries and has more than 1,500 locations, including over 800 stores in the U.S. alone.
Plans are being made to open several superstores that would include Toys R Us and Babies R Us in one building.
The Toys R Us store in Stockholm, Sweden has decided to become entirely gender neutral.
When you’re getting the bedroom ready for a baby, you might think of blue paint for a boy and pink for a girl. Well, Toys R Us is trying to break that stereotype by making their Stockholm store entirely gender neutral. Barbie dolls will be rubbing shoulders with army men in an effort to stop children from being afraid to play with what they want to, rather than what social norms say they should do.
Toys R Us catalogues now also have been made gender neutral. Now both boys and girls playing with all toys, whether that’s a boy pushing a stroller or a girl firing a toy gun.
The U.K. followed Sweden’s example with a gender-neutral move of their own by dropping gender filters from its website, though the U.S. store still has categories for “Boys’ Toys” and “Girls’ Toys” on their website.