Jugueterías Toys Expands in Costa Rica

The chain has just invested $3 million in two new locations and it is planning the construction of two more stores for the coming months.

Wednesday, June 10, 2009


In December, Juguetrías Toys opened a store of 400 square meters in Escazú. For June 25th, the business has planned the inauguration of an exhibition room that was constructed along with a storage space of 7,000 square meters, which required an investment of $1.6 million.

As published in Nacion.com, the commercial director, Carlos Acuña, reported, "Additionally, the national business will designate in the coming months $1 million for the construction of its third location, which is going to be based outside of the Central Valley.”

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