With the popularity of digital toy sales plummeting, there’s a growing sense of anxiety among some Lego fans.
And for the first time, a group of Lego fans are asking for the company to address the issue.
The Lego Group is a global consumer goods company whose products have earned it a reputation for making products that are fun to play with and that people buy in large numbers.
But for the past few years, the company’s toy division has been suffering a huge decline in sales.
The company’s sales have dropped more than half a billion dollars in the last three years, and this year alone it reported $2.4 billion in losses.
In its most recent quarterly earnings call, Lego CEO Brian Lumley acknowledged that “the current market situation is challenging and we need to focus on the long-term.”
Lumley acknowledged the company had to address this issue, but said it was important to understand the challenges in order to make a long-lasting solution.
But the group of fans are not buying that argument.
They’re pointing to the company itself, with the Lego Ideas platform, and say they need to see an official change.
“There are a lot of things that we want to see,” one member of the group told The Verge.
They’ve begun a website, www.”
Lego has been working with a group called the “Legos for Change” group since 2014, and has started working on a plan for the toy industry.
They’ve begun a website, www.
LegoforChange.org, and the group is encouraging Lego fans to contact the company directly.
They also are asking the company for more transparency about the decline in toy sales.
In their letter, the Lego Fans’ Group said that they have been getting a lot more support from Lego, but also from fans who want more transparency on the issue, and are looking to see changes to the toy company’s culture.”
We are in no way interested in being a ‘sell-out.'”