All Versions of The Sick-Kit Now on Amazon
The Sick-Kit's full line includes gift boxes focusing on cold & flu relief, hangovers and PMS
The mini version premiered on Amazon.com in March. Now, owners Scott and Teri Eastwood have put all four current versions of The Sick-Kit on the site.
These include the mini kit, the Original Sick-Kit, and the Sick-Kits for Hangovers and PMS. Each contains specialized products for its target ailment. All of the versions also are available on Etsy.com
Just search for "The Sick Kit" in Amazon's search engine.
"More distribution equals quicker delivery times, especially for a time-sensitive product like ours," said Teri Eastwood, speaking in March from the Sick-Kit headquarters near Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
"Most people have Amazon Prime and it's their go-to shopping choice. Of course they can still purchase from our site TheSick-Kit.com or on Etsy.com, but we can't compete with Amazon's faster shipping. We like to give our customers a few different shopping options."
The Eastwoods' concept has proved so attractive that copycat products have appeared. None of them is affiliated with the Sick-Kit family of targeted gift boxes.
Sales on Amazon and other channels have been steady, Teri Eastwood said.
In addition to the four versions of the Sick-Kit now on Amazon, Scott and Teri have new versions of the Sick-Kit in the research and development stage. Ideas include vegan and gluten-free versions.
In 2019, Galway, N.Y.-based Scott and Teri appeared on WTEN News10 in Albany and in Saratoga Living magazine. More recently, ads for the Sick-Kit appeared in the Times Union of Albany and related publications. News about the Sick-Kit has appeared in print, online and in broadcast media nationwide.
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