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Complete and submit only the last 8 pages to your local child support office. The "Information About Child Support Services" section is for your reference and contains important information you need to know and understand about child support enforcement services. Additional sections of the application may be filled out as needed or printed for your records. Also, unlike in past years, there were no toy lines deemed "must haves" that could bring crowds into Child World and Children's Palace stores the way crazes like Cabbage Patch Kids and Teddy Ruxpin did in the s.
The biggest issue facing Child World was not the downturn in the economy and its effect on business. Instead it was a decision by Cole National to begin restricting the amount of capital they were providing to the stores, which consequently resulted in the company being unable to pay its bills. Vendors such as LEGO responded by refusing to accept orders for new merchandise from Child World, which left stores unable to maintain fully stocked shelves. Its profile was not helped by Toys "R" Us's continued growth, as well as the chain's being named a co-defendant in a lawsuit filed by the Consumer Products Safety Commission.
Cole National was forced to perform a debt trade with another venture capital firm, Avon Investment Limited Partnership, in in order to divest itself of the collapsing toy store chain. Avon installed a group of former Toys "R" Us executives who sought to revive Child World, but nothing changed and as began, the company was forced to close 26 stores and leave certain markets where they underperformed. In April , Child World lost its line of credit and was forced to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as a result.
In the discovery phase of the case, findings by the presiding judge led a group of former Child World managers and Cole National executives to file a class-action lawsuit against Avon, accusing Avon of deliberately sabotaging the company so they could liquidate it and thus not pay them what they were owed.
On May 7, , Child World went public with its bankruptcy filing. They also began to seek new sources of credit with the plan being to keep the remaining 71 stores open for the remainder of and all of as Child World worked to get itself out of bankruptcy. However, Child World's attempt to secure a new line of credit was met with opposition from banks that were unwilling to help the company as it continued to post heavy quarterly losses. Thus, Child World found itself in serious danger of having to liquidate its assets and close its doors forever.
While the target came and went with no news, the two sides kept negotiating until August, when talks fell apart. On August 2, Child World announced the failure of the merger talks and reported that a full liquidation of their last 71 locations would begin immediately. Within two to six weeks of the announcement, all of Child World's locations would close and the company ceased to exist. Child World's potential merger partner eventually would fall victim to liquidation as well, as Lionel Kiddie City went out of business one year later.
Child World was known largely for making its stores resemble castles, complete with turrets , battlements , and three arches two small, one large in the front door. The design started showing up in newer Child World stores after the acquisition of Children's Palace. After the company went out of business some of the retailers that took over the Child World spaces retained the design but most did not.
He was later replaced by a cartoon panda bear named Peter Panda, often depicted wearing overalls with his name printed on them. A Toy Catalog on Videotape". This catalog advertised the toys sold, with child actors talking about the toys, including Sega and Nintendo video game consoles and software.
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