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".
Toys R Us shoppers have been taking their last selfies with Geoffrey the giraffe and making their final purchases. Her photo of Geoffrey the Giraffe leaving got the most attention, receiving almost 300,000 shares on Facebook.
- Well, it's the day we all knew was coming. and now it's here.
The nationwide shutdown of Toys "R" Us has left a $11 billion market void.
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The most recent set of photos, posted on Thursday night, shows the empty store in the moments before employees locked the doors for the last time.
The Center for Popular Democracy and the Organization United for Respect point to Securities and Exchange filings in noting that Toys "R" Us paid $91 million in severance between 2008 to 2016 while being run by the private-equity firms, which took control of the retailer in a leveraged buyout in 2005. "I was surrounded by children".
In case you need reminding, here is Geoffrey in happier times.
Madelyn Garcia, who has worked at Toys R Us for 30 years and became a manager at the Boynton Beach store in September, told The Palm Beach Post that the Toys R Us team is a "family" and therefore should be compensated properly.