Once again, you can soon say “I’m a Toys ‘R” Us” kid as the company plans to reopen a handful of stores by holiday season 2019, reported Bloomberg.
It’s been a year since all of the stores closed but Richard Barry, former toy store executive now CEO of Tru Kids Inc. has shared his vision to bring back the brand at a recent industry toy conference.
No locations for the new stores have been released but they will be much smaller than the previous stores with only 10,000 square feet. They will also offer in-store experiences like play areas for kids.
Toys ‘R’ Us previously had 700 locations including one in Franklin.