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We welcome everyone to our official twitter account. KB Toys is back in business. Stay tuned.
— KB Toys (@realkbtoys) March 19, 2018
Founder of Strategic Marks, Ellia Kassoff has examined why the company fell apart and has devised a plan to help the company moving forward. Strategic Marks has had several successful projects in the past, so there is good reason to believe that KB Toys will have similar results. Apparent they plan to catch up to modern times and develop an online service for deliveries. KB Toys is expecting to reopen their doors for the Christmas season this year.
The only question going forward is if KB Toys will face some of the same issues Toys R Us did, regarding Walmart and Target having a wide array of cheaper toys for sale.
As a man who buys toys, I glad that people are still interested in investing in entirely toy based businesses.
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