Black Owned Toilet Tissue Company ‘Triumph Tissue’, Serving America Everywhere!!

By: Carisha

Despite this being 1 of the most challenging years we’ve all had to deal with in a while regarding the Coronavirus, Police Brutality, and the Presidential Election, it has been a year to really evaluate what indispensable meaning you bring to the community and more. Chances are, if you’re any kind of go-getter you knew how to make something out of nothing.  With the unemployment rate being at a all time high, and many people left out of work, the American people have had to instantly jump into ‘survivor’ mode to make ends meet.

1 brand that came up out the trenches, is essentially the hottest must-have toiletry line in the Home Goods industry ‘Triumph Tissue’. This fast-growing new Atlanta based small business is Black owned, and providing all of America’s households with their soft, comfortable 3-ply toilet tissue brand. With the rise of support in encouraging Black owned businesses to grow it’s quite refreshing to see a couple launch something that everyone will eventually need.

Keisha and Zabain Gibson have both worked in the finance industry for over 25 years. They also admitted that they enjoy working together.

“We do everything together and we both have the same goals in mind. So, it works. We have 6 kids. Zabain came to me with the idea of starting our own toilet paper company, and it being subscription base”

                     Keisha Gibson

18 Rolls for the price of 12 rolls. $19.00

We caught up with this motivating Power Couple to get a Q&A about their company. Read below and make sure to shop Triumph Tissue here =

  1. Tell us a little about why you two decided to launch Triumph Tissue?

Due to the pandemic and seeing the shortage on toilet paper and how people cherished it over having food…That let us know how important the product was, and we thought that it was only right for people that look like us to own such an essential item. The subscription would be one less worry for consumers because it comes to them monthly without them having to think about it.

2.  What were some of the trials you went through to get the company launched?

Getting people to think differently on how they purchased their toilet paper. Support something other than the name brands that they are used to seeing in the grocery stores.

3. What are all the products you currently have for sale and will there be any new products in the future?

Currently we have 3 Ply toilet paper, and, in the future, we plan on incorporating clutch wipes and paper towels.

4. Describe a typical work week for you?

We are checking emails, engaging with customers on social media, posting on all platforms, packaging orders, generating content, post again, mail out packages, brainstorm on new ideas or different contests / ways to engage with our clients or soon to be clients. Getting evening orders packed and ready to ship out for the next day. At night we study the industry and see how we can improve and grow the brand.

5.  How did you come up with the company name?

We came up with about 3 different names, brainstormed on them all, threw the names out there to others for opinions, and decided to go with Triumph because of how powerful it came across and represented what we are going to become

6. What sets you apart from other toiletry companies?

 We are a subscription-based product.

7.  How has the initial launch of Triumph Tissue been?

The launch has been great! We have gotten a lot of support from all over the country.

8. What are the company’s plans for 2021?

To continue to grow our subscribers and launch some of the new products.

9. Will Triumph Tissue be coming to big chain stores and supermarkets?

We are wanting to expand more towards hotels vs grocery stores. The everyday consumer we want to keep on our own platform.

10. What is your company moto?

Wipe like a winner!

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