Her boys are at the root of her business, even the name. Little girls you’d see, especially for first birthday outfits you’d see sequined shorts or tutus or dresses and all these cute things but for boys really your only option was a t-shirt,” Chase remembered.
“When my littlest was born, my three-year-old was like ‘Mom he’s a trouble trouble boy,’” Chase laughed. It had humble beginnings but quickly took off.
Started small “I had very small goals to begin with, be able to pay for groceries or help with bills here and there,” Chase said. “(But) we’ve steadily grown every year, doubling business every year for the past four years.”
“Something that’s wearable that they’re going to stay in that’s fun for them but it’s fun for the parents too,” Chase explained. So, 2TroubleBoys was born. The clothes are designed to be fashion-forward–but durable.
“I’ll never say never, but for now, for the foreseeable future we’re pretty comfortable with our online presence,” Chase said. This Idaho business is unique in that it doesn’t have a storefront. It’s all online and it will likely stay that way.
Source boisedev.com “There have been more online orders in this past year than there has ever been before,” Chase said. Each order is packed and filled at their Nampa facility and then shipped to its new home. It’s a process that hasn’t needed to change much amid the pandemic, but the business has been booming.
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