In fact, the nationwide shutdown has left over 700 more empty retail spaces just like the one photographed and, more importantly, an $11 billion hole in the toy market.
The chain is closing its doors after filing for bankruptcy last September. We made a decision to visit the icon toy store one last time before it closed its doors forever.
The photos feature nothing but empty shelves and neon signs that say: "All sales final, ' 'Going out of business" and 'Final Day!'
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The liquidation of the largest United States toy retailer is a blow to hundreds of toy makers that sold products at the chain, including Barbie maker Mattel Inc, board game company Hasbro Inc and other large vendors such as Lego. "I was surrounded by children".
One user tweeted the photo saying: "Goodbye, Geoffrey the Giraffe".
Lazarus founded the company in 1948 and built it up to be an icon that enjoyed 70 years of success.
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The second-to-last line, "Don't ever grow up", is a riff on Toys R Us' famous jingle: "I don't want to grow up, I'm a Toys R Us kid".
It's been a rough year for Toys "R" Us, whose founder Charles Lazarus died aged 94 on March 22, the same day the company was scheduled to begin its liquidation sale.
Many kids grew up watching Geoffrey the Giraffe in TV commercials.
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