Anonymous man buys $1 million worth of Toys 'R' Us inventory

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Another poster has a letter from Geoffrey that reads: 'One day, all of us will get separated from each other.

As Toys "R" Us locations across the country pack up their remaining inventory, the store's mascot Geoffrey the Giraffe did some packing of his own.

"It's sad. A lot of kids are really probably shopping online Amazon a place like that, but there's something special about going to a store like Toys "R" Us", said Dale Shough, a customer. The photo was taken by Rene Johnpiere, who appears to work at a Toys "R" Us.

Even as stores enter their final days of the liquidation sale, toy expert Jim Silver, the founder and editor in chief of popular toy review website, isn't convinced that the Toys R Us story is over.

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The company announced earlier this year that all stores would close and had been slashing prices leading up to the final closing.

After declaring bankruptcy in September, the chain in March sought a bankruptcy court's approval to start closing its 735 us stores, with severance payments coming to a halt during the liquidation.

After the sad photo of Geoffrey went viral, the San Antonio Zoo set up a GoFundMe page to raise $100,000 with the goal to "persuade the owners at Toys " R " Us to join the effort to save giraffes by donating the use of their most recognizable intellectual property", their beloved mascot.

However, according to Newsweek, Toys R Us will continue to operate stores outside of the United States and Canada. This graduate school of pro wrestling is home to people who will be lighting up marquees for years to come, but now the doors are open to another person in need of a home. Speaking to the Sydney Morning Herald at the time, the toy store said it was business as usual outside of North America.