Loot Crate

Sends a monthly themed mystery box of items--gadgets, art, apparel, and gear--to over 600,000 subscribers, aiming to foster the kind of geek community found at Comic Con and other events.

2016 Inc. 5000 Rank:
# 1
Leadership:
Chris Davis
2015 Revenue:
$ 116.2 Million
3-Year Growth:
66,789%
Industry:
Consumer Products & Services
Location:
Los AngelesCA 
Founded:
2012
Employees:
218
Loot Crate co-founder Chris Davis.

The Los Angeles-based Loot Crate sends as many as 650,000 monthly subscribers in 35 countries a box filled with collectibles like a Back to the Future hoverboard replica and a Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure T-shirt. The company, founded in 2012 by Chris Davis and Matthew Arevalo, tops this year’s Inc. 5000 list by overcoming shipping strikes, product scarcity, and the uncertain subscription-box economy to succeed in the business of fandom. Loot Crate’s revenue has grown a whopping 66,788 percent in three years to $116.2 million in 2015.

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Website:
lootcrate.com