CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio — Big Fun toy store in Cleveland Heights is closing after 27 years.
The business made the announcement on Facebook Monday morning.
“I used to joke that they would have to carry me out of Big Fun horizontally,” said owner Steve Presser. “I’m here to say that I much prefer the alternative. After countless hours of discussion with family and friends, I’ve decided to close Big Fun. We are going out with a bang.”
The store buys and sells vintage toys from all eras, along with T-shirts and endless other items.
According to the post, a “final huge 50% off sale” starts Friday, Feb. 2.
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