I have young grand daughters…
I sure would welcome them back…..
By Christmas maybe?
Tru Kids Brands, a licensing firm formed last year by creditors following the toy chain’s September 2017 bankruptcy filing, plans to open a handful of US stores in time for the holidays that will span about 10,000 square feet each, The Post has learned.
That’s downsized sharply from the 600 stores that were shuttered for good last spring, which had typically spanned 20,000 to 50,000 square feet.
“We are a little startup company now,” Tru Kids Chief Executive Richard Barry said, confirming the pint-size store plans.
Barry declined to comment on where the new shops will open, but the chain’s biggest locations previously were in New Jersey and on Long Island, according to Jim Silver, president of toy-review site TTPM.
“There’s no guesswork on their part about where to open stores because they know which ones performed the best,” Silver told The Post…..