Merco Local released their first ever MercoBox, a local subscription box filled with Utah products. This new product is geared toward promoting local businesses in offering their product in this oh-so-fancy subscription box.
Salt Lake City, Utah, United States., February 4, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) -
Merco Local released its inaugural MercoBox to subscribers last week. The MercoBox is a stylish monthly subscription box filled with local products, goods and gift cards from around Utah shipped right to your front door. The MercoBox introduces Utah consumers to great locally owned businesses in their community and encourages subscribers to “shop local”. To become a subscriber or learn more, visit www.mercolocal.com/in-the-box.
Monthly subscriptions are limited but there are still some March boxes available.
The MercoBox is filled with a wide range of local products each month, varying from unique household products and handmade soaps to delicious food and gift cards. Merco Local CEO Don Hamp said, “We want them [businesses] to have the ability to share who they are, what they do, and the heritage of their business with everyone.”
Merco Local is an online business community that only promotes locally owned Utah businesses. They provide a comprehensive marketing platform and services to help locally owned business grow. Merco Local Client Relations Manager Alicia Walter said, “Merco Local helps people discover great locally owned shops in their area. We’re committed to helping people save money and keep that money in their community.” To learn more about Merco Local, visit www.mercolocal.com.
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