Husband and wife close new toy store due to supply issues: ‘We couldn’t afford products’

“不幸, there was a lot of supply change that happened. 不幸, for me and my husband, we have to make the decision of closing the doors because we could not afford to get products anymore and the prices really increased a lot,” JoJo’s Toys and More co-owner Priscilla Gutierrez told狐狸 & 友人.”

The couple and business partners started their business on May 20th. JoJo’s Toys and More co-owner Eliah Lefferts said that it is sad that the store had to be closed after being open for only five months.

It’s the way life is right now the price has increased three times. I think honestly that’s only the beginning. The product is there. It’s there just waiting to be distributed,” 他说, predicting the next issue will be whether more products will follow.

BIDEN WILL ‘RUIN CHRISTMASIF SUPPLY CHAIN CRISIS ISN’T IMMEDIATELY ADDRESSED, REPUBLICANS WARN

President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the debt ceiling during an event in the State Dining Room of the White House, 星期一, 十月. 4, 2021, 在华盛顿. (美联社照片/ Evan Vucci)

President Joe Biden delivers remarks on the debt ceiling during an event in the State Dining Room of the White House, 星期一, 十月. 4, 2021, 在华盛顿. (美联社照片/ Evan Vucci) (Evan Vucci)

与此同时, top GOP House officials want the American public to know that the 白色的房子 将 “ruin Christmasif the supply chain crisis is not immediately addressed.

在给共和党研究委员会成员的内部备忘录中, 主席代表. 吉姆·班克斯, 果皮。, 说他想确保他的政党解释为什么今年的捐赠季节可能很少.

Our job as Republicans is to explain to the American people what the grinches at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave did to ruin Christmas,” Banks wrote in the memo obtained by Fox News.

The congressman highlighted four reasons why he believes the current supply chain crisis plaguing U.S. production is the Biden administration’s fault. Banks joined fellow GOP colleagues in attributing pandemic-related regulations to disrupted employment capabilities and supply chains.

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Lefferts said the cost for one trendy, popular toy used to be $ 3.74 but then it skyrocketed to $ 12.99. Lefferts said they stopped ordering it by the end of September.

It’s three months on average. Maybe even more at this point to even get anything. So it’s a tough call. We had to make that decision,” 他说, adding the couple still hasjoy in their heartsand are relying on their faith to get through the challenging time.

Gutierrez said they opened the store with the dream of passing it on to their young son who is autistic.

I came from nothing growing up and this was a dream of mine. 这是可悲的, we’re faithful. We’re ready and just waiting for what the Lord has for us. … We just have to move on. 这个很难(硬,” 她说.

福克斯新闻’ Caitlin McFall对此报告做出了贡献.

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