A California Business Wants To Save Toys ‘R’ Us
A California business has a plan to save Toys 'R' Us by making it a "mini Disneyland in every neighborhood."
Isaac Larian is the CEO of MGA Entertainment Inc. in California. MGA makes Bratz and Little Tikes dolls, and now wants to purchase all Toys 'R' Us stores in the U.S. and Canada. Larian made a nearly $900 million bid for the company on Friday. Larian plans to make "Toys 'R' Us an experience in and of itself — a fun and engaging place where families can spend an entire day. Imagine a mini-Disneyland in each neighborhood."
Larian has also asked President Trump to step in and save the company and the jobs that will be lost when stores close in June.