Stuff in a Box: Five Photo Assignment

Stuff in a Box, LLC. is a convenient, cost-effective and custom care package service with online ordering and next-business-day, on-campus delivery. Customers create a care package for their student including items like snacks, energy drinks, ramen noodles and more. Located in Mizzou's Student Center, they opened in the fall of 2015 serving family and friends by making their students equipped and happy. (stuffinaboxmu.com)

  Stuff in a Box CEO Natalie Gilstrap and COO Jason Peiser package a box inside their office in the Student Center on February 18, 2016. The Study Energy Box included popcorn, hot cocoa mix, candy, 5-hour Energy, a cup and more. They gave away the box to a studier in the Student Center as part of a promotional stunt to make students aware of their service.

 

Stuff in a Box CEO Natalie Gilstrap and COO Jason Peiser package a box inside their office in the Student Center on February 18, 2016. The Study Energy Box included popcorn, hot cocoa mix, candy, 5-hour Energy, a cup and more. They gave away the box to a studier in the Student Center as part of a promotional stunt to make students aware of their service.

  Peiser and Gilstrap discuss depositing money into Stuff in a Box's business bank account after a recent transaction on February 18, 2016. in their Student Center office. Gilstrap is a junior and Peiser is a sophomore at the University of Missouri. Together, they won the Missouri Student Unions Entrepreneurial Program and were awarded with funding and a year of space in the Student Center to start their business.

 

Peiser and Gilstrap discuss depositing money into Stuff in a Box's business bank account after a recent transaction on February 18, 2016. in their Student Center office. Gilstrap is a junior and Peiser is a sophomore at the University of Missouri. Together, they won the Missouri Student Unions Entrepreneurial Program and were awarded with funding and a year of space in the Student Center to start their business.

  Peiser fills a Study Energy Box with packages of ramen noodles on February 18, 2016. in the Stuff in a Box Student Center office. The company shops in bulk at Walmart to buy supplies for the care packages. They have four different types of boxes: Fruit Box, Wellness Box, Study Energy Box and Tiger Box ranging from $10.99 to $29.99.

 

Peiser fills a Study Energy Box with packages of ramen noodles on February 18, 2016. in the Stuff in a Box Student Center office. The company shops in bulk at Walmart to buy supplies for the care packages. They have four different types of boxes: Fruit Box, Wellness Box, Study Energy Box and Tiger Box ranging from $10.99 to $29.99.

  A box sits in the Student Center on February 18, 2016 before being sealed and given to a student.  Each care package includes a Stuff in A Box sticker along with tissue paper and a flyer promoting the website. The company makes special boxes for special occasions like chocolate-covered strawberries on Valentine's Day, a Final's week box and a Halloween box.

 

A box sits in the Student Center on February 18, 2016 before being sealed and given to a student.  Each care package includes a Stuff in A Box sticker along with tissue paper and a flyer promoting the website. The company makes special boxes for special occasions like chocolate-covered strawberries on Valentine's Day, a Final's week box and a Halloween box.

  University of Missouri junior Bailey Walter opens the Study Energy Box in the Student Center on February 18, 2016. Peiser and Gilstrap chose to give the box to Walter because she was studying hard on her laptop. Peiser explained the service to Walter and allowed her to keep the box.

 

University of Missouri junior Bailey Walter opens the Study Energy Box in the Student Center on February 18, 2016. Peiser and Gilstrap chose to give the box to Walter because she was studying hard on her laptop. Peiser explained the service to Walter and allowed her to keep the box.