Where Is Toys R Us Corporate Office Headquarters

Toys R Us Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 1614_3703_1, Wayne, NJ 07470, United States
  • Phone Number: +1 973-617-3500
  • Email: GuestServices@toysrus.com
  • Number of Employees: 64,000
  • Established: June 1957
  • Founder: Charles Lazarus
  • Key People: Dave Brandon, Andre A. Javes

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Toys R Us Headquarters Executive Team

Dave Brandon

Chairman and CEO

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Andre A. Javes

President

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Michael J. Short

CFO and EVP

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Wolfgang Link

President of Europe

Kevin Macnab

President of International

Richard Barry

Global Chief Merchandising Officer and Executive Vice President

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  • Toys R Us is back. Here’s a look inside its first new store
  • Ramon Morales says:

    Good evening, Like to address this email to the Corporate Office, Was very happy to hear about the comeback, Unlike I was very sad to hear about the closings. My thoughts: I have 15 grandchildren, and we did our shopping at toys R US, however we found that help was not always available, workers were no aware of where merchandise was. and in some cases very rude. Found prices a bit high and cashiers were very slow. Perhaps this will help should you decide to make a comeback. R. Morales 1SG E-8, USMC/Army (ret)

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