"Thanks to each of you who shared your unbelievable journey to (and through) parenthood with us, and to every grandparent, aunt, uncle, brother and sister who's built a couch-cushion rocket ship, made up a hero adventure, or invented something gooey".
Another poster has a letter from Geoffrey that reads: 'One day, all of us will get separated from each other.
This seems to be linked to recent rumors of a Toys "R" Us reboot in the works, which surfaced from a Bloomberg report. As kids, just the thought of visiting Toys R Us gave us a lot of excitement. Storch came to the company when it was in the midst of a debt-laden privatization deal in 2005, and left it in 2013, with $1 billion in revenue (pre-tax).
Earlier this year in March, the company announced it will close all remaining 700 stores in the us after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in September last year and struggling to find a buyer.
Customers who were still devoted will be looking elsewhere to shop.
She has also shared nostalgic Toys "R" Us commercials from the '80s and '90s to commemorate the end of the company. "What we're asking is that the executives at Toys "R" Us would allow us to be the stewards of Geoffrey, their mascot, as a way for us to raise awareness for giraffe conservation".
Many long-time employees were hoping to retire at a place they called home.
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. "It was the best job I had".
Jacob Rabon IV tweeted two of the photos with the caption: 'I can't believe childhood is cancelled'.