We Craft Box Launches New Subscription Box, We Craft Box Senior

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SRQ DAILY FRIDAY WEEKEND EDITION FRIDAY NOV 15, 2019

Local subscription box business We Craft Box, expands its family-friendly craft and creativity subscription box to release a new product line that has broad appeal from teens to adults of all ages, including seniors with the mission to deliver fun and creative activities to crafters’ doorsteps every month. The latest subscription box is titled, ‘We Craft Box Senior.’  Each month, subscribers of We Craft Box Senior will receive a uniquely themed craft kit containing three or more crafts with all materials included and easy-to-follow, photo directions, and additional creative activities. The monthly fee starts at $29.99, which includes free shipping in the United States. Further plans include 3, 6, or 12-month subscriptions at discounted rates. The monthly craft subscription box service expanded its product offerings to accommodate the growing number of customers who were purchasing the We Craft Box for their children or grandchildren, but also for themselves, and even their older parents with Alzheimer’s or residing in assisted living facilities. The new We Craft Box Senior subscriptions will start shipping on December 1, just in time for the holidays. The boxes provide a creative experience gift that keeps on giving every month. “We are listening to the needs of our customers," says Betsy Wild, Founder and CEO of We Craft Box.  "There was an overwhelming number of requests to create a box for the special needs community, teens, and adults of all ages who love to craft. I am proud to create these monthly boxes that are helping families connect through creativity.”

For more information or to order, please visit wecraftboxsenior.com or wecraftbox.com.

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