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Bama in a Box celebrates one year of helping small businesses

The company has delivered products from 106 Alabama companies to consumers in more than 40 states.

A photo of Alabama goods delivered in a Bama In A Box box. (STOCK PHOTO)

One year ago today, Bama in a Box was launched from a small office in downtown Troy. The subscription box service, created by small business owner Angi Horn, delivers boxes of Alabama-made products to their customers and was formed as a way to help consumers connect with small business owners who were being negatively impacted by pandemic regulations.

Now, one year later, the company has expanded and has delivered products from 106 Alabama companies to consumers in more than 40 states.

“We started this company with the hopes that we could do something good during the pandemic,” Horn said. “Bama in a Box has grown far beyond what we could have ever dreamed. We knew that if people knew about the great products we make in Alabama, they would want more of them. We just didn’t realize how much people would love them.”

The boxes are packed daily in the Bama in a Box facility just off Court Square in Troy and delivered via UPS and USPS to customers across the country. Food items, bath products, household goods and cleaning supplies fill those boxes and for holidays like Valentine’s Day and Christmas the company produces specialty holiday-themed boxes.

“Every Bama in a Box represents 7 Alabama companies. That is 7 times that the American Dream has come true every time you buy a box,” Horn said. “There is nothing more special and more American than that.”

“Buy local,” she added. “It makes a difference.”

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