Nintendo and Toys R Us: Will Toys R U and Toys “R” Us Open in Canada?
The United States is in the midst of a major push to expand its toy and movie collections.
This week, Toys R United announced that it will open a store in Canada and a separate outlet in the United Kingdom.
The two stores will open in Toronto, the largest city in the country, and will be open until March 1, 2018.
Toys R United CEO Brian Sjodin said the two stores are “part of our long-term strategy” to provide more products to Canadians.
“Our goal is to be the leading provider of toys and movie merchandise to Canadian retailers, and the two new stores represent our commitment to doing so,” he said in a statement.
In an effort to compete with Walmart, Toys “N” Land will open two stores in the U.S. this summer.
Sjodins claim the two outlets will be similar to the Canadian stores, with one store offering toys for children ages 6 to 12 and the other offering toys and games for children 12 to 18.
He said Toys ” N ” Land has already expanded its product offerings in the states.
On Wednesday, Toys N Land announced that there will be four new stores opening in the next year.
One of the stores, a “Kids-Friendly” location in Seattle, will open this summer, with another one in San Francisco, a city that Sjods is known for.
Another one will open later this year in New York, with more stores to follow in the coming months.
There will also be three new stores in Canada this summer that will focus on toys for kids ages 4 to 8.
According to the New York Times, Toys ‘N’ Land is planning to open two new Canadian stores in Toronto and one in Vancouver.
Last month, the company announced plans to open one store in Los Angeles and another in San Diego.
Other retailers have also begun opening stores in Ontario, including Toys ‘R’ Us and Lego Canada.
As more stores open, Toys’ R Us will open its first Canadian store later this month, according to a statement from the company.
And Lego Canada plans to begin selling a line of Star Wars toys in the spring, a spokesperson told the Toronto Star.