SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- One of San Francisco's last remaining toy stores may have to close its doors if business doesn't pick up soon.
The beloved Jeffrey's Toys in Union Square, which has been family-owned and operated since 1938, has been hit with hard times.
There were once seven Jeffrey's Toys stores in the city, but the one on Kearny Street is all that remains.
"We all know, the pandemic has been hard on people, the uptick in crime. I look around me right now and see so many buildings that are closed and shuttered. Why are we here? We love San Francisco, we love toys, and we're the type of family that doesn't give up," said co-owner Matthew Luhn.
Luhn says this week will determine if the store survives after Christmas.
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