He said the new flagship location “sets the stage for a national rollout of Babies “R” Us in the future.”
In addition to retail offerings of "all things baby," the Babies R Us store at American Dream planned to add new, interactive experiences such as a stroller test track, "Bon Voyage Photo-Opp" station where parents can announce a new arrival and a "Wishing Tree," where loved ones can share well wishes for a new baby.
New York-based WHP Global announced that it acquired a controlling interest in Tru Kids Inc., parent company to both iconic brands, in March 2021.
The Wayne office complex that was Toys R Us' longtime headquarters has been home to medical device and technology company, Getinge US since 2020, as previously reported by NJ.com.
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