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Old 09-14-2017, 09:51 PM   #21
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Food is the next big retail battle as Millennials become the biggest target market.
I've seen how Shipt and other curbside pickup options work in grocery stores. I would never, ever have someone else pick my produce or fruit. I've seen how much care they take. I want ripe non-abused items, not whatever someone decided to grab.
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Old 09-14-2017, 09:56 PM   #22
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The TRU's around me are terrible - as in the stores look like dumps, the employees are not helpful, and almost everything is marked up way too much. I go to TRU for 2 reasons, 1) Funko Pops, and 2) to browse their selection of toys to see them in person (for my kids), only to usually order them from somewhere else online.
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I am constantly amazed at Toys R Us' ridiculous prices. When the local grocery store sells toys way cheaper, yer doin in wrong.
I grew up with TRU and my first official job in high school was there.. but I won't miss them at all.
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ToysRUS might be on their way out of the game.
Prescient. This man sees the future.

Toys R Us preparing for bankruptcy filing
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Old 09-17-2017, 02:00 AM   #25
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This article certainly didn't garner any sympathy for ToysRus.
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Old 09-17-2017, 02:27 AM   #26
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I think I'll be going to Best Buy for my SNES.
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https://www.usatoday.com/story/money...tcy/678069001/

Toys R Us, facing imminent deadlines to pay off hundreds of millions in debt, said Monday that it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

The move comes on the cusp of the all-important holiday season, a period in which many retailers earn nearly half of their annual revenue, and a time of year that is particularly lucrative for the giant toy seller.

[Show spoiler]The filing also strikes at the heart of one of the nation's most iconic retailers, a household name for more than a generation. Toys R Us pioneered big-box toy retailing generations ago, a national chain that displaced many smaller, neighborhood toy stores.

The company emphasized that its roughly 1,600 locations will remain open and it will continue to work with suppliers to make sure its shelves remain well-stocked with games, gadgets, and other toys.

The company made the filing in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District in Richmond, Va. Its Canadian subsidiary plans to make a similar petition in Ontario Superior Court.

“Today marks the dawn of a new era at Toys“R”Us where we expect that the financial constraints that have held us back will be addressed in a lasting and effective way,” Dave Brandon, the company's CEO said in a statement.

Noting that the restructuring will enable it to deal more effectively with its $5 billion in long-term debt, Brandon added that the bankruptcy filing "will provide us with greater financial flexibility to invest in our business, continue to improve the customer experience in our physical stores and online, and strengthen our competitive position in an increasingly challenging and rapidly changing retail marketplace worldwide.''

The toy giant had been working with attorneys at the firm Kirkland and Ellis to explore options to deal most immediately with $400 million in debt due by the end of this year.

The bankruptcy filing may make some shoppers reluctant to make Toys R Us a destination during the upcoming holidays, and there may be gaps on some shelves if skittish suppliers decide to hold back on some deliveries. But bankruptcy could also give the toy store chain some relief, enabling it to cancel leases and abandon poorly performing locations.

Toys R Us becomes just the latest retailer to seek bankruptcy protection at a time when traditional stores are struggling to draw foot traffic and compete with the rise of Amazon and other online sellers. Aerosoles, Payless ShoeSource, Wet Seal, and Gymboree are among the dozens of others traditional brick and mortar chains who have also filed.

Toys R Us has acknowledged that its digital experience was lagging some of its peers, and it revamped its website this past summer.

As online shopping gains more popularity, retail stores like Macy's and Sears are closing hundreds of storefronts and focusing on their presence on the internet. USA TODAY NETWORK

Toys R Us has carried a heavy debt load since it became a private company in 2005. Its private equity investors, KKR, Bain Capital, and Vornado Realty Trust, initially planned to earn back their investment with a public stock offering, but that plan fell apart three years later when the Great Recession hit.

Brandon came on board as chief executive in 2015 to steer a turnaround that aimed to prepare the company for either another attempt to go public or a sale. The company, which acknowledged lagging behind its peers when it come to its digital experience, also revamped its website this summer. But success has been elusive. Toys R Us now trails Walmart, the biggest toy seller in the U.S. And shoppers have a range of online options when browsing for gadgets and games.

The toy store chain's long-term debt was $5 billion as of April 29. It had $701 million in liquidity, which included $400 million in committed lines of credit.

To facilitate its restructuring, a group led by JP Morgan, along with other lenders will give Toys R Us more than $3 billion in financing.

"Toys R Us is committed to working with its vendors to help ensure that inventory levels are maintained and products continue to be delivered in a timely fashion,'' the company said.
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They over price their crap most of the time. I would understand if they were competitive but they don't even do that.
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Does filing for bankruptcy mean for certain that they are going to be closing or only that it is likely?
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Does filing for bankruptcy mean for certain that they are going to be closing or only that it is likely?
Sometimes closing stores is part of chapter 11 protection, but TRU is a different animal. They make a huge chunk of their yearly profits during the November-December holiday shopping timeframe. I'm expecting all of the stores to remain open until after the new year. I noticed that they did close their Dearborn, Michigan store recently (sometime this year), so they might have closed other stores during 2017 already.
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Old 09-19-2017, 08:47 PM   #31
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Random thoughts...

This hurts me more than probably any other store going under (yeah, I know they're not technically going under yet, but it seems like this year will be their last holiday season). As a kid in the 80s, I loved going to TRU. It was the place to go for toys, video games, bikes, etc. I'm happy that TRU is still around for me to take my kids there.

TRU's prices are typically higher than other places, but you can get deals during sales (especially around the holidays). They also price match the major stores, including Amazon. So like anywhere, be a smart shopper.

Speaking of Amazon, over the past few years, some toys that my kids have asked for weren't even available for sale through Amazon, just third party sellers.

Sure, competition from other stores is hurting them. You know what else is, and maybe more? The fact that most kids 5+ would rather have a tablet and/or video game console than dolls, action figures, or any other toys. For example, LEGO recently announced that they're laying off 8% of their workforce because sales are down 5% compared to last year. I believe I read that other toy companies are seeing sales declines as well. This trend really hurts a store that specializes in toys.

I'm guessing that 2017 will be the last holiday shopping season for TRU. I'll shop there for my kids one last time....
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Which reminds me of this article...

Amazon is going to kill more American jobs than China did
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Old 09-19-2017, 09:19 PM   #33
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Amazon is absolutely killing retail. No more dedicated toy, movie or book stores in the coming years. Even GameStop wasn't doing too great earlier in the year if I remember right.

Barnes and Noble and Best Buy are pretty much all that remain from stores that I've shopped at for most of my life. Best Buy is shrinking the movie section more and more which doesn't help.
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I feel bad for friends who still work for them and my 8 year old. As that's one of his favorite stores. Something I like about them is they do price match and it isn't as much as a hassle as say, Walmart, who feel they are in a position to only price match their online store. Apparently this is something that is suppose to be going corporate wide. So if you have a store that will still price match competitors (As retailers should within reason) better ride that gravy train until it comes to a halt Anyway, that all being said, I have a beef with their online store that ripped me off a few holidays. I also wonder where Diamond Select, NECA, Mezco and other small time companies will sell their wares if TRU closes it doors forever
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There seems to be a new batch of hybrid stores that cater to pop culture.... Hot Topic, Box Lunch, Thinkgeek (one just opened in a local mall) as well as your trust old FLCS (friendly local comic store)
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https://www.bloomberg.com/news/artic...n-t-let-it-die

Pretty good article.
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TRU is going to try some pretty bold things to stay alive.

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Stores will be changing. Changes include adding:

* interactive spaces with rooms to use for parties.
* live product demonstrations put on by trained employees
* the freedom for employees to remove product from boxes to let kids play with the latest toys.
* hiring app developers to create augmented reality video games that can be played by customers on their mobile devices in stores.

There's a real estate strategy.

The plan involves cutting costs by reducing above-market rents. It also plans to:

* convert existing stores into a “side-by-side” format to combine toy and baby offerings.
* relocate, remodel and/or close targeted stores
* create event and activity spaces within existing stores
* develop plans for small format stores in urban areas.
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Yes, toy companies want a place to sell their toys, but TRU isn't as big as a their competition in the grand scheme of things. I was a merchandiser and didn't frequent their doors as much as I did other retailers
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Random thoughts...

This hurts me more than probably any other store going under (yeah, I know they're not technically going under yet, but it seems like this year will be their last holiday season). As a kid in the 80s, I loved going to TRU. It was the place to go for toys, video games, bikes, etc. I'm happy that TRU is still around for me to take my kids there.

TRU's prices are typically higher than other places, but you can get deals during sales (especially around the holidays). They also price match the major stores, including Amazon. So like anywhere, be a smart shopper.

Speaking of Amazon, over the past few years, some toys that my kids have asked for weren't even available for sale through Amazon, just third party sellers.

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I'm guessing that 2017 will be the last holiday shopping season for TRU. I'll shop there for my kids one last time....
There is actually a decent chance the company survives this year, but it won't be in its current form.

I expect many locations to shut down and a shift in focus.
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Up to 182 Toys R Us stores are going to close. Here they are:

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Tuscaloosa 2600 McFarland Blvd. East AL
Birmingham 335 Summit Boulevard, AL

ARIZONA
Yuma 801 W. 32nd Street AZ
Paradise Valley 12801 North Tatum Blvd. AZ
Scottsdale 9139 Indian Bend Rd. AZ
Tucson 4619 N. Oracle Rd AZ
Scottsdale 7000 E. Mayo Blvd AZ
Mesa US 60 and Signal Butte Rd AZ

ARKANSAS
Little Rock 2616 S. Shackleford Rd AR

CALIFORNIA
Indio 42500 Jackson St. CA
Simi Valley 1189 Simi Town Ctr Way CA
Santa Clarita 26573 Carl Boyer Dr. CA
Covina 960 Lakes Drive CA
Puente Hills 1600 S. Azusa Ave. CA
Brea 2575 E. Imperial Highway CA
Westminster 530 Westminster Mall CA
Torrance 20120 Hawthorne Blvd. CA
Riverside 2550 Canyon Springs Pkwy S. CA
Yuba City 700 “A” Onstott Rd. CA
Folsom 2785 E. Bidwell St. CA
Pinole 1330 Fitzgerald CA
Pittsburg 4505 Century Blvd. CA
San Rafael 600 Francisco Blvd. CA
Brentwood 5461 Lone Tree Way CA
Fairfield 1400 Gateway Blvd CA
Emeryville 3938 Horton CA
E. San Jose 2179 Monterey Hwy CA
San Jose / Almade865 Blossom Hill Road CA
Fresno 3520 W. Shaw Ave. CA
Union City 31250 Court House Drive CA
Stockton 10640 Trinity Pkwy CA
Santa Ana 3900 Bristol Street CA
Corona 3665 Grand Oaks CA
Mission Bay 1240 W. Morena Blvd. CA
Mira Mesa 8181 Mira Mesa Blvd. CA
Vista 1990 University Drive CA

COLORADO
Aurora 1150 S. Ironton CO

CONNECTICUT
North Haven 376 North Universal Drive CT
Waterbury 275 Union St. CT
Newington 3491 Berlin Turnpike CT
Manchester 169 Hale Road CT

DELAWARE
Dover 1061 N. Dupont Highway DE

FLORIDA
Tallahassee 1625 Apalachee Pkwy. FL
St. Petersburg 1900 Tyrone Blvd. FL
Tampa 3908 West Hillsborough Avenue FL
Orange Park 6001 Argyle Forest Blvd FL
Altamonte Spring 708 West State Rd 436 FL
Boca Raton 21697 State Road # 7 FL
Port St. Lucie 10732 SW Village Pkwy FL
Royal Palm Beach450 South SR 7 FL
Kissimmee 2601 W.Osceola Parkway FL
Coral Springs 6001 West Sample Road FL
Kissimmee 3214 N John Young Pkwy. FL

GEORGIA
Albany 2601 Dawson Rd. GA
Smyrna 2955 Cobb Parkway GA
Alpharetta 6380 No. Point Parkway GA
Dunwoody 1155 Mt. Vernon Hwy GA
Douglasville 6875 Douglas Boulevard GA
Conyers 8160 Mall Parkway GA
Newnan 221 Newnan Crossing Bypass GA
Fayetteville 132 Pavilion Parkway GA

ILLINOIS
Highland Park 1610 Deerfield Rd. IL
Schaumburg 16 East Golf Road IL
Vernon Hills 295 Center Drive IL
Matteson 5001 Lincoln Highway IL
Bricktown 6420 W. Fullerton IL
Burbank 7750 South Cicero Avenue IL
Niles 5660 Touhy Avenue IL

INDIANA
Indianapolis 3928 E 82nd Street IN
Greenwood 8800 US 31 South IN

IOWA
S. Des Moines 1211 E. Army Post Rd. IA
Des Moines 8801 University Ave IA

KANSAS
Wichita 4646 W. Kellogg KS
Overland Park 8500 W 135th ST KS

KENTUCKY
St. Mathews 4900 Shelbyville Rd KY
Simpsonville 1155 Buck Creek Rd. KY
Lexington 1965 Star Shoot Parkway KY

LOUISIANA
Slidell 137 Northshore Blvd. LA

MAINE
Bangor 6 Bangor Mall Blvd. ME
Portland 200 Running Hill Road ME

MARYLAND
Clinton 8401 Mike Shapiro Drive MD

MASSACHUSETTS
Dedham 302 Providence MA
Millbury 70 Worcester Providence Tpk/Rt 146 MA
Holyoke 50 Holyoke Street MA
Bellingham 217 Hartford Ave. MA
Northborough 6110 Shops Way MA
Framingham Shoppers World Plaza,1 Worcester Ro MA

MICHIGAN
Muskegon 5363 Harvey Street MI
Traverse City 2620 Crossing Circle MI
Lansing 5900 W. Saginaw Highway MI
Grand Rapids 4923 28th Street South East MI
Ann Arbor 3725 Carpenter Road MI
Ann Arbor 3725 Washtenaw MI

MINNESOTA
Minnetonka 14100 Wayzata Blvd. MN
Blaine 170 89th Ave. MN
Woodbury 8236 Tamarack Village MN
Richfield 900 West 78th Street South MN

MISSISSIPPI
Meridian 1003 Bonita Lakes Circle
Bass Pro Dr. MS

MISSOURI
Columbia 1901 Bernadette MO
Cape Girardeau 201 Silver Springs Rd. MO
Bridgeton 5590 St. Louis Mills Blvd MO
Chesterfield 220 THF Blvd MO

NEBRASKA
Omaha 3505 S. 140th Plaza NE

NEVADA
Las Vegas 2150 North Rainbow Blvd. NV
Spring Valley 7020 Arroyo Crossing Parkway NV

NEW HAMPSHIRE
Nashua 29 Gusabel Avenue NH

NEW JERSEY
Phillipsburg 1280 Rt. 22 & St. James Ave. NJ
Eatontown 137 Route 35 NJ
Bridgewater 100 Promenade Blvd. NJ
Union 2700 Route 22 East. NJ
North Brunswick 909 US Hwy 1 South. NJ
Burlington Rt. 541 & Cadillac Road NJ
Cherry Hill 2135 Route 38 NJ
Wayne 7 Wayne Hills Mall NJ
Paramus 545 Route 17 South NJ
East Hanover 98 Route 10 West. NJ
Elizabeth-KidsWo 900 Center Drive NJ
Mt. Olive 50 International Drive South. NJ

NEW MEXICO
Albuquerque 45 Hotel Circle NM

NEW YORK
College Point 139-19 20th Ave NY
Union Square 24-30 Union Square E NY
Sayville 5181 Sunrise Hwy NY
Massapequa 5214 Sunrise Hwy NY
Henrietta 2335 Marketplace Drive NY
Amherst 1569 Niagara Falls Blvd NY
Kingston 401 Frank Sottile Boulevard NY
Glens Falls 708 Upper Glen St. NY
Latham 221 Wade Road Extension NY
Yonkers 2700 Central Park Ave NY
Middle Village 66 Metropolitan Ave. NY
Westbury 1350 Corporate Drive. NY
Commack 108 Veterans Memorial Highway NY
Williamsport 461 Lycoming Mall Cir
Greece 1530 Ridge Rd. West NY

NORTH CAROLINA
Asheville 801 Fairview Road NC
Durham 7001 Fayetteville Road NC
Durham 3300 Westgate Drive NC

OHIO
Western Hills 6251 Glenway Ave. OH
Dayton 2661 Miamisburg-Centerville Rd. OH
Mentor 7841 Mentor Ave OH
Dublin 3610 West Dublin-Granville Rd. OH

OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma City 1119 SE 66th St. OK
Fort Smith 5609-E Rogers Ave OK
Norman 560 Ed Noble Pkwy. OK

PENNSYLVANIA
Horsham 100 Welsh Road PA
Erie 6680 Peach St. PA
Monroeville 3700 William Penn Highway PA
Exton 104 Bartlett Ave. PA
Ross Park Mall 2003 Cheryl Dr. PA
Washington 301 Oakspring Road PA
Beaver Valley Route 18/Valley View Dr. PA

RHODE ISLAND
Warwick 300 Quaker Lane

SOUTH CAROLINA
Columbia 254 Harbison Boulevard SC

SOUTH DAKOTA
Rapid City 450 E. Disk Drive SD

TENNESSEE
Memphis 7676 Polo Ground Blvd. TN
Nashville 5731 Nolensville Rd TN

TEXAS
West El Paso 801 Mesa Hills Dr. TX
Katy 9730 Katy Freeway TX
Allen 170 E. Stacy Road TX
Irving 7730 N. MacArthur Blvd TX
Lewisville 420 E. Round Grove Rd TX
Dallas Galleria 13710 Dallas Parkway TX
Hurst 1309 W. Pipeline Rd TX
Hulen 5800 Overton Ridge Blvd TX

UTAH
Ogden 4042 Riverdale Rd. UT
Midvale 1122 Fort Union Boulevard UT

VIRGINIA
Potomac Mills 14173 Crossing Place VA
Newport News 12153 Jefferson Ave. VA

WASHINGTON
Silverdale 3567 N.W. Randall Way WA
Everett 1325A S.E. Everett Mall Parkway WA
Spokane 6104 N. Division Street WA

WISCONSIN
Brookfield 18550 W. Bluemound Rd. WI
Madison 2161 Zeier Road WI
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