Testimonials
DEPLOYMENT DATE: August, 2019

I contacted Bad Ass Boxes after seeing a leftover candle in one of our Landcruisers. I looked it up and asked a friend about it. He had used them before and swore by them so I contacted the company on the phone. The president of the company personally answered the phone and walked me through the process. She was very helpful and it was refreshing talking to an individual rather than going through a maze of e-mail chains.

We have received care packages before from other organizations and while nice and caring, they didn’t really cater to the needs or wants of the special operations community. As stated above, BAB spoke with us about what we liked and needed. It was perfect. Instead of the usual items like candy, broken cookies and retired DVDs, BAB sent us exactly what we wanted and needed (Mountain Houses, Gu packets, et al.). Most of the time care packages are left in an area for people to grab stuff and they remain there for months and weeks at a time. Or they get shipped to a unit and the support staff rips them open before the operators get a chance to look through the goods. Bad Ass Boxes worked directly with the operators and made sure that we got what was sent.

Every time a BAB showed up, they were torn apart and everything was used and fast! People started asking me when the next shipment was coming in. I cannot recommend BAB enough to other SOF members. They were extremely friendly and really know what guys like us want while we were deployed.

DEPLOYMENT DATE: March, 2019
This is my second deployment in which I have come to know and love BAD ASS Boxes. Y’all are far and away the best care package production out there.  Getting to pick out the items that’ll suit the boys is an excellent idea.  Every package gets picked clean and nothing’s wasted.  It is obvious the amount of time and careful selection that goes into each BAD ASS Box. You guys know what’s up.
Thank you for the support and lifting our spirits.
DEPLOYMENT DATE: November, 2018

Badass Boxes,

Wanted to make sure to send a message and thank you for your continual support throughout our deployment. Badass boxes were by far the best care packages we received. Your diligence to seek out specific items which the platoon was in short supply of went above and beyond anything we’ve ever seen or could have asked for. Thank you so much for your time and effort. It’s very humbling to know there are badass folks like yourselves with such a willingness and motivation to support. Thank you!

DEPLOYMENT DATE: September, 2017

Wanted to say a HUGE thank you for taking care of my husband while he was gone. He is now home and the kids and him have been building lego sets you sent, reconnecting and bonding with each one. I would love to connect and also anything I can do to help and support and get the word about about all the good you are doing for our guys I am happy to.

DEPLOYMENT DATE: August, 2017

Thank you so much for all of the boxes you sent us throughout deployment. The quality of food out here was pretty awful so having these boxes was a huge morale boost. I personally got sick whenever I ate the food out here so most of my meals consisted of things you guys sent out. I would probably be about 50 pounds lighter if it weren’t for you guys. Your packages made our undesirable living conditions somewhat desirable and on top of that its nice to know that there are people who really care about us and support what we are doing out here. So thanks again for all the boxes and the support you guys are amazing!

DEPLOYMENT DATE: August, 2017

Dear Bad Ass Box Lady,

Thanks so much for sending us all the packages. Care packages go a long way for guys who have been away from home for a long time. We very much appreciated your support and extreme generosity from you and your supporters.

DEPLOYMENT DATE: August, 2017

Thank you for supporting our platoon. On a scale of 1 to 10. One being the worst environment imaginable and ten being paradise. Our location is about a two. However, the bad ass boxes made this place manageable.  It’s actually tough to imagine our deployment without your support because it made such a difference. Morale was never as high as when we received the care packages from you all. I personally enjoyed the canned tuna salad and would always have one in my pack during operations. The mountain houses were also critical, especially when guys started getting sick from the local food. I appreciated the hygiene supplies because my roommate D smelled terrible(I made him use the products you sent). I wish I could shake your hand and thank you in person but this email will have to do.

DEPLOYMENT DATE: August, 2017

I wanted to personally thank you for the care packages you have generously sent us throughout our deployment.

At the end of the day, it makes a huge difference coming back an opening them up. Definitely a morale booster knowing that there’s people back home supporting us the whole way through. We do not personally know each other but I will carry on your acts of kindness and pass them on to someone who will need them in the not so distant future. Much love!