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Toys "R" Us is the world’s largest retailer of toys, games, learning aids, electronics, children’s clothing and products for infants.
About the Retailer:
The Toys "R" Us website features weekly deals and gives information on several services, including personalized gifts, Wish Lists and the Toys "R" Us Baby Registry. Discounts are also available for any corporate needs like teaching, daycares, camps or charity drives.
Toys "R" Us owns several popular brands, including the legendary FAO Schwarz brand, Toys "R" Us, Baby’s "R" Us, and IMAGINARIUM. You can also find the top brands in games at Toys "R" Us, such as Lego, Hot Wheels, Hasbro and STEM products.
Toys "R" Us offers an article on the front page of their website every holiday season recommending the top toy trends for the holidays. Use this resource to help find the perfect toy for your child, no matter their age!
Check out Toys "R" Us for all your infant and baby needs! Visit the website or your local store to purchase your child's crib, stroller, bouncer or car seat and feel confident that you have found the safest and most fashionable brands.
Origin of the Retailer:
Toys "R" Us was founded in the USA in 1948 as a baby-furniture retailer. Toys "R" Us opened in Canada in 1983 and also operates in 37 other countries. The company began under the name of Children's Supermarket before it evolved into Toys "R" Us. Today, there are more than 625 stores world-wide, and more than 70 are in Canada. Visit the Toys "R" Us website today to find a location near you.
Toys "R" Us has free events to take part in, such as in-store Toys "R" Us trampoline bounce sessions and cartoon movie character appearances. These events are sure to keep your children entertained! Toys "R" Us lives up to its new slogan: C'mon Let's Play!
Toys "R" Us is serious about its committment to Canadian charities. It support families in need and helps adapt spaces to children with special needs and their families. Since 2010, Toys "R" Us has been a national sponsor of Autism Speaks and hosts a fundraiser every March and April to raise money by selling puzle pieces online and in stores.
Geoffrey the Giraffe debued as the official mascot of Toys "R" Us in 1957. He became quite famous and even starred in a television commercial in 1973.