LEGO Wins Three Awards at 2018 Toy of the Year Awards Gala

The 2018 Toy of the Year winners were announced yesterday just ahead of the New York Toy Fair and I’m happy to say that LEGO wins big again this year. LEGO was nominated in five categories this year including:

Collectible of the Year – The LEGO Batman Movie Collectible Minifigures (71017)

Construction Toy of the Year – LEGO Star Wars BB-8 (75187) / LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean The Silent Mary (71042)

Creative Toy of the Year – LEGO Make Your Own Movie

Specialty Toy of The Year – LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon (75192)

Tech Toy of the Year – LEGO BOOST Creative Toolbox (17101)

LEGO picked up three awards last night for LEGO Star Wars BB-8 as the Construction Toy of the Year, LEGO Boost for Tech Toy of the Year, and the LEGO Star Wars UCS Millennium Falcon for the Specialty Toy of the Year. This is the second year in a row that LEGO has won for Construction and Specialty Toy of the Year.

With some of the new LEGO products coming out this year, I’m sure we’ll be seeing LEGO again on the ballot in a few categories and they have a great chance for the coveted Toy of the Year award.


LEGO New York Toy Fair 2018 Set Images

The 2018 New York Toy Fair has officially kicked off and we’re starting to see some LEGO set images from various themes that we’re expecting to see on store shelves this summer.

For this year, we working with a number of outlets to bring you coverage of the event including:

Jason LaSalata
Joe Meno (BrickJournal)
The Brick Show
The Brothers Brick

I’ll keep updating as more images come in.

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LEGO New York Toy Fair 2018 Press Release

LEGO has released a press release on what we can expect at the New York Toy Fair starting tomorrow.

They have already done some reveals today including the Hogwarts Great Hall (75954) and the return of Harry Potter with the Wizarding World theme. There’s also the image reveals for the LEGO Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom as well. Hopefully we’ll get to see more LEGO sets that we weren’t able to see before at the Nuremberg Toy Fair.

Lego Systems, Inc. Introduces Hundreds Of New Building Sets To Inspire Creativity In Children Of All Ages

-During a Year of Milestones, Brand Commemorates 60th Anniversary of the Original LEGO®Brick, 40th Birthday of the LEGO Minifigure and 20th Anniversary of LEGO MINDSTORMS®-

NEW YORK, Feb. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — NORTH AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL TOY FAIR — Today LEGO Systems, Inc. unveils hundreds of its new building sets while kicking off a year of milestones for some of its most celebrated and groundbreaking play innovations: 60 years of the classic LEGO® brick (circa. 1958), 40 years of the LEGO Minifigure, which introduced character-based role play to the brand in 1978, and 20 years of LEGO MINDSTORMS®, the original “smart” toy first introduced in 1998.

New sets leverage the limitless versatility and creativity of the LEGO brick to deliver something for builders of all ages and interests. Highlights include anniversary-inspired Classic sets that ask #WhatWillYouBuild?, new properties such as the Wizarding World™, Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom™, Powerpuff Girls™ and Unikitty™, preschool building sets that encourage learning and child development, and LEGO experiences that bridge physical and virtual play worlds for today’s generation of digital natives. New toys are showcased to buyers, media and influencers in booth #1335 in Hall 3B of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center from February 17-20.

“We are proud to celebrate three core LEGO innovation milestones this year that have dramatically changed the way children play, by tapping into the power of their imaginations, exploring their curiosity and expressing their creativity,” said Skip Kodak, senior vice president, LEGO Systems, Inc. “We’re fortunate to put the iconic and versatile LEGO brick at the center of everything we do, which enables us to expand and re-invent our play experience to deliver endless surprise and delight. Our 2018 portfolio is designed to inspire even more kids with new ways to build and play, and we can’t wait to see how they use our new sets to respond to our anniversary question: ‘What will you build?'”

Younger Builders (Age 1½+)
LEGO DUPLO® introduces builders as young as 1½ to the world of building with bricks twice the size of standard LEGO bricks. Twenty-four new DUPLO sets offer classic themes such as My First Race Car and Airport, toys that teach values like sharing (My First Celebration) and empathy (My First Emotions), and properties such as Jurassic World™. DUPLO sets also feature Mickey Mouse & Minnie Mouse™, Disney Princess™, and MARVEL™ Spider-Man™.

LEGO Juniors helps builders as young as four years old transition from DUPLO bricks to classic LEGO building with a mix of larger modular elements such as solid walls or archways designed to help children gain confidence in building. Familiar LEGO themes such as LEGO CITY and LEGO Friends are joined by popular properties such as Jurassic World™, and DC Batman™, as well as MARVEL™ Spider-Man™, and Incredibles 2™.

Nostalgic and Creative Building (Ages 4+)
Five new 60th Anniversary building sets are designed to prompt creativity and open-ended building by posing a thought-provoking question, such as World Fun which asks, “How can ____ make the world more fun?” Additionally, each of the anniversary items includes a custom printed 60th Anniversary element, available only in these sets while supplies last. To celebrate the milestone, the company offers fun facts and building inspiration at http://lego.com/whatwillyoubuild, encouraging families to build and share their creations using the hashtag #WhatWillYouBuild.

LEGO Classic offers a variety of no-instructions building experiences for ages 4 and up, such as Creative Suitcase, for on-the-go building fun. LEGO Creator provides hours of play with innovative 3-in-1 models that can be built and rebuilt into creatures, structures and vehicles, including Mythical Creatures and Pirate Roller Coaster. Advanced builders will enjoy the challenge of 14 new LEGO Technic® sets featuring gears, beams, pulleys, actuators and pneumatics to recreate authentic, functional replicas. Sets include 2-in-1 models such as Racing Yacht and Mack® Anthem™.

Themed Building (Ages 5+)
LEGO CITY introduces over 30 new detailed sets depicting everyday, real-life heroes in action-packed scenarios for hours of build-and-role-play fun. New themes – Mountain Police, Mining Experts, and Arctic Expedition – join evergreen favorites Town, Trains, and Great Vehicles.

LEGO Friends features 25 new realistic building sets based on the lives and adventures of five girls in Heartlake City, exploring both the city and the girls’ interests with sets such as Emma’s Art Stand, Stephanie’s Sport Arena, and Friendship House. An exciting new LEGO Friends Racing theme hits the starting line later in 2018.

Following its 2017 theatrical debut, LEGO NINJAGO® returns with new building sets loaded with details, features and functions based on The LEGO NINJAGO Movie™ and two new seasons of NINJAGO: Masters of Spinjitzu airing on Cartoon Network. New NINJAGO action toys bring the ninjas’ competitive Spinjitzu powers to action-packed battle adventures.

The next LEGO Elves chapter unfolds in seven new sets featuring heroine Emily Jones as she rescues new buildable mythical guardian creatures. The powered-up, futuristic LEGO NEXO KNIGHTS™ to take on the holographic wizard, MONSTROX, in six new sets plus a free digital gaming app, Merlock 2.0. Six new LEGO Speed Champions sets create brick-based replicas of the world’s hottest cars, such as the Ford Fiesta M-Sport WRC, Ferrari 488 GT3 “Scuderia Corsa,” and Porsche 919 Hybrid.

Collectibles (Ages 5+)
Fans can collect 59 never-before-seen LEGO Minifigures from three new series of mystery bags, each including one figure, starting with 20 new characters from the blockbuster film The LEGO® Batman Movie. Series 18 in April celebrates the 40th Birthday of the LEGO Minifigure. A third series launches later in the year.

Collectible LEGO BrickHeadz construction sets offer LEGO versions of iconic characters with 36 new sets, sold individually or in duo packs, in rolling release all year. Characters are based on a wide universe of beloved brands such as Disney™, MARVEL™, Star Wars: The Last Jedi™, Warner Bros., the Wizarding World™, and DC™’s Justice League™. A “selfie” pack – Go Brick Me! – allows builders to create and customize any character, including themselves.

The LEGO Ideas platform, where trending fan designs can become official LEGO sets, yielded the latest release, Ship in a Bottle. Additional sets will be announced this year. LEGO Architecture celebrates the world’s most iconic buildings and landmarks with four new sets, including Shanghai, the latest skyline series addition. LEGO Exclusives, available at shop.LEGO.com and LEGO Stores, offer skilled builders a more challenging and detailed building experience, such as the LEGO Creator Expert Downtown Diner ($119.99). Additional items to be announced.

Licensed Building
New in April, eight LEGO Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom™ sets bring the characters and moments from the much-anticipated film to brick form, as Owen and Claire return to Islar Nubar.

LEGO Powerpuff Girls™ debuts in August with two building sets based on Cartoon Network’s animated series, featuring the action-packed adventures of Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup in LEGO form.

LEGO Minecraft™ returns with 10 new sets that kids can use to bring the virtual creative building experience to life in physical form through LEGO play, featuring their favorite characters and biomes.

LEGO Brand x The Walt Disney Company
LEGO Disney™ offers seven new sets featuring beloved stories and characters including Elsa and Olaf from Frozen™ and Disney Princess favorites including, for the first time, Mulan. A new “Build & Swap” feature enables children to use their imagination to combine sets to form an ultimate castle. Disney characters also appear in several LEGO DUPLO and LEGO Juniors sets, highlighted by the debut of upcoming Disney Pixar’s Incredibles 2™ in brick form in three building sets launching in May.

LEGO MARVEL Super Heroes brings action-packed building sets inspired by the renowned comic books and upcoming theatrical releases, including Black Panther™. New Mighty Micros feature MARVEL Super Heroes and villains plus their mini vehicles.

The LEGO Star Wars™ collection adds 28 new building sets based on characters and scenes from various episodes of the film and animated television series, including Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and the upcoming Solo: A Star Wars Story. Fans can also create five new buildable figures of favorite characters.

LEGO Brand x Warner Bros. Consumer Products (Ages 5+)
LEGO Unikitty!™, based on the famous unicorn cat princess from the Warner Bros. film, The LEGO Movie, now has her own animated series, Unikitty!™, produced by Warner Bros. Animation and currently airing on Cartoon Network featuring Princess Unikitty and her brother Prince Puppycorn™. Five new building sets and a series of collectibles launch in August, enabling kids to recreate favorite stories or imagine and build new ones.

Bringing the Harry Potter™ and Fantastic Beasts™ films to life in LEGO form in the second half of 2018, the new Wizarding World inspired building sets recreate the action-packed storylines from the films and feature a cast of fan-favorite wizards, Muggles and magical creatures – from Harry Potter, Ron Weasley and Hermione Granger to Newt Scamander and more. Fans will also be able to collect their favorite Wizarding World characters in new LEGO BrickHeadz building sets.

Characters return from the film, The LEGO Batman™ Movie, with five new building sets where fans can further explore the most exciting scenes and vehicles from the film, including The Bat-Space Shuttle™.

LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes™ returns with new building sets inspired by DC’s comic books and the Warner Bros. Studio’s theatrical releases, including Superman™, Justice League™, and the upcoming release of Aquaman™. New Mighty Micros feature DC Super Heroes and Super-Villains plus their mini vehicles.

Physical to Digital Play
This year marks 20 years of digital LEGO innovation ushered by LEGO MINDSTORMS®, the robotics toolkit introduced in 1998, pioneering the idea of “smart” play for the brand and the toy industry. The LEGO tradition of innovation continues with a new “Powered-Up” app remote control compatible with select building sets in 2018 that will put dynamic motion control of built models in the hands of kids, including a LEGO CITY Passenger Train and an iconic vehicle to be announced later in the year.

Following the successful launch of LEGO BOOST in 2017, two new experiences merge LEGO NINJAGO and LEGO CITY with the build & code toolkit to expand the play potential. Finally, a new LEGO DUPLO Steam Train allows kids as young as 2 years old to tinker with their ability to “code” with low-tech brick accessories that enable cause & effect play exploration.

About the LEGO Group
The LEGO Group is a privately held, family-owned company with headquarters in Billund, Denmark, and main offices in Enfield, USA, London, UK., Shanghai, China, and Singapore. Founded in 1932 by Ole Kirk Kristiansen, and based on the iconic LEGO® brick, it is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of play materials. Guided by the company spirit: “Only the best is good enough”, the company is committed to the development of children and aims to inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow through creative play and learning. LEGO products are sold worldwide and can be virtually explored at www.LEGO.com.

LEGO, the LEGO logo, DUPLO, NINJAGO, NEXO KNIGHTS, MINDSTORMS, the Minifigure and the brick & knob configuration are trademarks and/or copyrights of the LEGO Group. © 2018 the LEGO Group.


LEGO Heroes Needed Toys R Us Build & Play Event This Saturday

LEGO Heroes Needed Toys R Us Build & Play Event

This Saturday, February 10 from 12-2pm local time, Toys R Us will be holding a LEGO Heroes Needed Build & Play Event at all locations. Kids will be able to participate in a super hero mask giveaway as well as building with LEGO to create something unique. You can also get a one-day, in-store only coupon for 40% off selected LEGO sets. You can do reservations but you can also just show up as well. The main draw of the even is the 40% off coupon but it also depends on what sets you can use it on.


Celebrating 60 Years of the LEGO Brick

LEGO 60th Anniversary

Sixty years ago, Godtfred Kirk Christiansen submitted a patent application for a simple toy building brick. It wouldn’t get approved until a couple of months later and unbeknownst to him, this toy brick would eventually lead the company to becoming one of the most recognizable toys in the world as well as becoming the biggest toymaker in the world. It took some trial and error but the modern brick design that we know and love wouldn’t be developed for a few more years and hasn’t changed that much since then. Today, we celebrate sixty years of the LEGO brick and hopefully for many more years to come!

LEGO Brick Patent

60 years ago, the simple idea of adding tubes inside a plastic brick turned into one of the most exciting and influential toys in the world – the LEGO® brick.

Since then, LEGO play has been about the joy of building and giving every child the chance to shape their own world through inventive play.

“LEGO play is powered by imagination and curiosity, and the LEGO brick is at the very heart of it – putting the bricks together and taking them apart over and over, with imagination as your only limit. This helps young minds to stay open, keep exploring and develop skills essential for the 21st century*, such as creativity, collaboration and problem solving,” said Julia Goldin, Chief Marketing Officer, the LEGO Group.

The LEGO Group began producing a plastic brick in 1949, but it was not until nine years later, in 1958, that the LEGO brick we know today was born. It took several years of iterations to find the iconic design, which has not been changed significantly since. The unique design and the uncompromised focus on quality and safety during the past six decades ensures that two LEGO bricks produced 60 years apart can still fit together.

Building the world’s creativity for over 60 years

The LEGO brick has proven timeless due to its great quality, opportunity for constant reinvention and endless hours of fun. LEGO play appeals to all generations and remains as fun and relevant today as it was in 1958, inspiring generations of builders, creators and dreamers through the power of play.

While the LEGO Group has constantly created new ways to play, its original mission has never changed: to build children’s future through play and imagination. Each year, our consumer service teams receive thousands of heart-warming letters from young LEGO creative geniuses, who are constantly reminding us of our mission. Here are just a few examples:

“It’s like you can just hop into a different world you can transform into a paradise with only your mind,” said Helen (age 11).

“I love it because you can build and play and use your imagination,” said Lincoln, (age 7).

“All children are imaginative and begin their journey through life with incredible potential, curiosity and creativity. Playful learning experiences are important in helping children maintain this creativity and curiosity through-out life. We want to fire up the imagination of young generations to come too, and continue to inspire children to dream of worlds we’ve not yet imagined,” said Julia Goldin.

In celebrating sixty years of endless creativity and playful moments, we asked a group of children for advice on how and why we should stay creative and playful even when growing older. Check out what they said in above video.

Notes: *The Future of Jobs Report (World Economic Forum) lists problem solving, critical thinking and creativity as the top 3 skills needed for the future workplace.

Facts about the LEGO brick:
LEGO founder Ole Kirk Kristiansen launched the first bricks called Automatic Binding Bricks in 1949. Four years later the name was changed to LEGO Mursten (Danish for LEGO bricks) and they came in five colours: white, red, yellow, blue and green.
The original bricks were hollow, so they had limited clutch power. Children could build models, but they could fall apart if moved, or if the structures tipped over. While children played with tubeless bricks, the work to improve the clutch power intensified, lasting until 1958 when the current LEGO brick design was perfected.

Fun facts:
-Six “2×4” LEGO bricks can be combined in more than 915 million ways
-If you built a column of about 40 billion LEGO bricks, it would reach the moon
-The moulds used to produce LEGO® elements are accurate to within 4my/0.004mm – less than the width of a single hair. This accuracy is what we refer to as clutch power
-No. of different colours used in production: 60+
-No. of different types of LEGO Elements (includes all types of LEGO bricks and other elements): 3,700+


10 Foot Brick in New York to Celebrate LEGO 60th Anniversary

Earlier today, LEGO revealed a large-scale model of a red 2×4 brick that is located at the Flatiron District in New York City to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the LEGO brick. The model consists of 133,000 bricks, weighs 1,200 pounds, and took about 350 hours to construct. The 10-foot 2×4 will be at the Flatiron Plaza at the corner of Fifth Avenue, 23rd Street and Broadway, at Madison Square Park and will be there until 4pm Sunday, January 28.

LEGO is going all out with their marketing for the 60th anniversary celebration. Yesterday, it was revealed there will be some Walmart exclusive 60th anniversary LEGO sets that are reported to be available starting on Sunday as well. Check out the time-lapse video of the construction of the 2×4 brick below.

Image above courtesy of Sid (Brickplate).


Toys R Us Will Close 180 Stores Across the US

As reported back in September, Toys R Us filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and today they have announced that they will be shutting down 180 stores around the country. The closings will start at the beginning of February and will last until the middle of April. It has been noted that the 83 locations in Canada won’t be part of the closings. There are about 880 stores, including Babies R Us, and it’ll be about one-fifth of the total stores closing.

This will make it a little harder to find some Toys R Us LEGO exclusives for some people which is a bummer. I see that there are three locations around the San Diego area that are shutting down, one of which is expected but the other two are surprising.

You can read the full list of TRU/BRU stores closing below:


Tuscaloosa, 2600 McFarland Blvd. East

Birmingham, 335 Summit Boulevard


Yuma, 801 W. 32nd Street

Paradise Valley, 12801 North Tatum Blvd.

Scottsdale, 9139 Indian Bend Rd.

Tucson, 4619 N. Oracle Rd.

Scottsdale, 7000 E. Mayo Blvd.

Mesa, US 60 and Signal Butte Rd.


Little Rock, 2616 S. Shackleford Rd.

Fort Smith, 5609-E Rogers Ave.


Indio, 42500 Jackson St.

Simi Valley, 1189 Simi Town Ctr Way

Santa Clarita, 26573 Carl Boyer Dr.

Covina, 960 Lakes Drive

Puente Hills, 1600 S. Azusa Ave.

Brea, 2575 E. Imperial Highway

Westminster, 530 Westminster Mall

Torrance, 20120 Hawthorne Blvd.

Riverside, 2550 Canyon Springs Pkwy S.

Yuba City, 700 “A” Onstott Rd.

Folsom, 2785 E. Bidwell St.

Pinole, 1330 Fitzgerald

Pittsburg, 4505 Century Blvd.

San Rafael, 600 Francisco Blvd.

Brentwood, 5461 Lone Tree Way

Fairfield, 1400 Gateway Blvd.

Emeryville, 3938 Horton

East San Jose, 2179 Monterey Hwy.

San Jose, Almade865 Blossom Hill Road

Fresno, 3520 W. Shaw Ave.

Union City, 31250 Court House Drive

Stockton, 10640 Trinity Pkwy.

Santa Ana, 3900 Bristol St.

Corona, 3665 Grand Oaks CA

Mission Bay, 1240 W. Morena Blvd.

Mira Mesa, 8181 Mira Mesa Blvd.

Vista, 1990 University Drive


Aurora, 1150 S. Ironton


North Haven, 376 North Universal Drive

Waterbury, 275 Union St.

Newington, 3491 Berlin Turnpike

Manchester, 169 Hale Road


Dover, 1061 N. Dupont Highway


Tallahassee, 1625 Apalachee Pkwy.

St. Petersburg, 1900 Tyrone Blvd.

Tampa, 3908 West Hillsborough Ave.

Orange Park, 6001 Argyle Forest Blvd.

Altamonte Spring, 708 West State Rd 436

Boca Raton, 21697 State Road # 7

Port St. Lucie, 10732 SW Village Pkwy.

Royal Palm Beach, 450 South SR 7

Kissimmee, 2601 W.Osceola Parkway

Coral Springs, 6001 West Sample Road

Kissimmee, 3214 N John Young Pkwy.


Albany, 2601 Dawson Rd.

Smyrna, 2955 Cobb Parkway

Alpharetta, 6380 No. Point Parkway

Dunwoody, 1155 Mt. Vernon Hwy.

Douglasville, 6875 Douglas Boulevard

Conyers, 8160 Mall Parkway

Newnan, 221 Newnan Crossing Bypass

Fayetteville, 132 Pavilion Parkway


Indianapolis, 3928 E 82nd St.

Greenwood, 8800 US 31 South


Highland Park, 1610 Deerfield Rd.

Schaumburg, 16 East Golf Road

Vernon Hills, 295 Center Drive

Matteson, 5001 Lincoln Highway

Bricktown, 6420 W. Fullerton

Burbank, 7750 South Cicero Ave.

Niles, 5660 Touhy Ave.


South Des Moines, 1211 E. Army Post Rd.

Des Moines, 8801 University Ave.


Wichita, 4646 W. Kellogg

Overland Park, 8500 W 135th St.


St. Mathews, 4900 Shelbyville Rd.

Simpsonville, 1155 Buck Creek Rd.

Lexington, 1965 Star Shoot Parkway


Slidell, 137 Northshore Blvd.


Bangor, 6 Bangor Mall Blvd.

Portland, 200 Running Hill Road


Clinton, 8401 Mike Shapiro Drive


Dedham, 302 Providence

Millbury, 70 Worcester Providence Tpk/Rt 146

Holyoke, 50 Holyoke Street

Bellingham, 217 Hartford Ave.

Northborough, 6110 Shops Way

Framingham, Shoppers World Plaza,1 Worcester Road


Muskegon, 5363 Harvey Street

Traverse City, 2620 Crossing Circle

Lansing, 5900 W. Saginaw Highway

Grand Rapids, 4923 28th Street South Eas

Ann Arbor, 3725 Carpenter Road

Ann Arbor, 3725 Washtenaw


Minnetonka, 14100 Wayzata Blvd.

Blaine, 170 89th Ave.

Woodbury, 8236 Tamarack Village

Richfield, 900 West 78th Street South


Meridian, 1003 Bonita Lakes Circle

Pearl, Bass Pro Dr.


Columbia, 1901 Bernadette

Cape Girardeau, 201 Silver Springs Rd.

Bridgeton, 5590 St. Louis Mills Blvd.

Chesterfield, 220 THF Blvd.


Omaha, 3505 S. 140th Plaza


Las Vegas, 2150 North Rainbow Blvd.

Spring Valley, 7020 Arroyo Crossing Parkway


Nashua, 29 Gusabel Avenue


Phillipsburg, 1280 Rt. 22 & St. James Ave.

Eatontown, 137 Route 35

Bridgewater, 100 Promenade Blvd.

Union, 2700 Route 22 East

North Brunswick, 909 US Hwy 1 South

Burlington, Rt. 541 & Cadillac Road

Cherry Hill, 2135 Route 38

Wayne, 7 Wayne Hills Mall

Paramus, 545 Route 17 South

East Hanover, 98 Route 10 West

Elizabeth-KidsWo, 900 Center Drive

Mt. Olive, 50 International Drive South


Albuquerque, 45 Hotel Circle


College Point, 139-19 20th Ave.

Union Square, 24-30 Union Square E.

Sayville, 5181 Sunrise Hwy NY

Massapequa, 5214 Sunrise Hwy.

Henrietta, 2335 Marketplace Drive

Amherst, 1569 Niagara Falls Blvd.

Kingston, 401 Frank Sottile Boulevard

Glens Falls, 708 Upper Glen St.

Latham, 221 Wade Road Extension

Yonkers, 2700 Central Park Ave.

Middle Village, 66 Metropolitan Ave.

Westbury, 1350 Corporate Drive.

Commack, 108 Veterans Memorial Highway

Williamsport, 461 Lycoming Mall Cir

Greece, 1530 Ridge Rd. West


Asheville, 801 Fairview Road

Durham, 7001 Fayetteville Road

Durham, 3300 Westgate Drive


Cincinnati, 6251 Glenway Ave.

Dayton, 2661 Miamisburg-Centerville Rd.

Mentor, 7841 Mentor Ave.

Dublin, 3610 West Dublin-Granville Rd.


Oklahoma City, 1119 SE 66th St.

Norman, 560 Ed Noble Pkwy.


Horsham, 100 Welsh Road

Erie, 6680 Peach St.

Monroeville, 3700 William Penn Highway

Exton, 104 Bartlett Ave.

Ross Township, 2003 Cheryl Dr.

Washington, 301 Oakspring Road

Beaver Valley, Route 18/Valley View Dr.


Warwick, 300 Quaker Lane


Columbia, 254 Harbison Boulevard


Rapid City, 450 E. Disk Drive


Memphis, 7676 Polo Ground Blvd.

Nashville, 5731 Nolensville Rd.


West El Paso, 801 Mesa Hills Dr.

Katy, 9730 Katy Freeway

Allen, 170 E. Stacy Road

Irving, 7730 N. MacArthur Blvd.

Lewisville, 420 E. Round Grove Rd.

Dallas, Galleria 13710 Dallas Parkway

Hurst, 1309 W. Pipeline Rd.

Hulen, 5800 Overton Ridge Blvd.


Ogden, 4042 Riverdale Rd.

Midvale, 1122 Fort Union Boulevard


Potomac Mills, 14173 Crossing Place

Newport News, 12153 Jefferson Ave.


Silverdale, 3567 N.W. Randall Way

Everett, 1325A S.E. Everett Mall Parkway

Spokane, 6104 N. Division Street


Brookfield, 18550 W. Bluemound Rd.

Madison, 2161 Zeier Road

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