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Toys R Us comeback tease infuriates former unpaid staff
Freshly buried toy-chain Toys R Us is teasing a comeback.
“Guess who’s back?” tweeted Toys R Us alongside a cutesy picture of iconic mascot Geoffrey the Giraffe, running around our planet. “He’s been traveling across the globe for the past few months but now #GeoffreysBack and once again ready to set play free for children of all ages.”
The tweet linked through to a statement about a group of Toys R Us-controlling lenders who intend to buy back the company’s assets and work with “potential partners to develop ideas for new Toys R Us and Babies R Us stores in the United States and abroad that could bring back these iconic brands in a new and re-imagined way”.
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