Cars 2 races into Toys"R"Us

WAYNE, N.J.  — Toys"R"Us announced that it will open Cars 2-inspired “racetrack” boutiques in nearly 1,300 toy stores across the globe in time for the June 24 release of the feature film.  

The company is opening the in-store boutiques in the United States on June 1 and will open additional boutiques internationally to coincide with the movie's release in each respective country. Toys"R"Us has also launched a dedicated Cars 2 website at Toysrus.com/Cars2.

The Cars 2 boutiques will be located at the front of each store and will include a racetrack featuring images of old and new characters from the film series. Toys"R" Us is also offering a number of exclusive items from such top brands as Mattel and Hasbro in stores and online. 

“With its unique blend of humor, spy-themed fun and unforgettable new characters, we anticipate that Cars 2 will capture the imaginations of kids and parents who want to bring home the adventure from this animated feature film,” said Karen Dodge, SVP, chief merchandising officer, U.S.

Cars 2 races into Toys"R"Us

WAYNE, N.J.  — Toys"R"Us announced that it will open Cars 2-inspired “racetrack” boutiques in nearly 1,300 toy stores across the globe in time for the June 24 release of the feature film.  

The company is opening the in-store boutiques in the United States on June 1 and will open additional boutiques internationally to coincide with the movie's release in each respective country. Toys"R"Us has also launched a dedicated Cars 2 website at Toysrus.com/Cars2.

The Cars 2 boutiques will be located at the front of each store and will include a racetrack featuring images of old and new characters from the film series. Toys"R" Us is also offering a number of exclusive items from such top brands as Mattel and Hasbro in stores and online. 

“With its unique blend of humor, spy-themed fun and unforgettable new characters, we anticipate that Cars 2 will capture the imaginations of kids and parents who want to bring home the adventure from this animated feature film,” said Karen Dodge, SVP, chief merchandising officer, U.S.

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