- To celebrate our 1,000th customer, we gave away 1,000 spam musubi in San Francisco today.
- In memory of Mayor Ed Lee, we also donated $500 to Project Homeless Connect.
- Team Paubox had a blast giving back and showing thanks to the city that’s given us ample opportunity.
To show our gratitude to the city of San Francisco, we gave away 1,000 spam musubi this morning at the Powell BART stop.
We chose the number 1,000 to also celebrate our 1,000th customer. We now have 1,000 customers in all 50 states and 4 countries.
With the tragic passing of Mayor Ed Lee earlier this week, we wanted to honor his memory by donating $500 to a favorite charity of his, Project Homeless Connect (PHC).
Caleb Plakun from PHC met us at our event to take a picture with us. He liked our oversized check so much he said he’s going to hang it on his wall at work. Thanks Caleb!
In 2015, we gave away 100 spam musubi and 100 pairs of socks. With only three employees at the time, that took us nearly two hours.
This year with more staff and an optimized approach, we gave away all 1,000 spam musubi in under an hour.
Team Paubox had a great time giving away a taste of Hawaii to the people of San Francisco.
I am very proud of our team.
Here’s to 2018 and beyond!