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Women-owned business ranked as one of Utah’s fastest-growing

LEHI, UT—LitJoy Crate, a leading book box subscription company, announces its recognition as a recipient of the prestigious MountainWest Capital Network (MWCN) Utah 100 Award. This honor reflects LitJoy’s performance as one of Utah’s fastest-growing companies.

The Utah 100 Award is a testament to the growth achieved by LitJoy Crate between 2018 and 2022. Companies were selected based on the percentage of revenue increase during this five-year period. In the competitive landscape of Utah’s business community, LitJoy Crate’s dedication to innovation, customer engagement, and quality products has propelled it to an impressive ranking.

MountainWest Capital Network (MWCN), the organization behind the Utah 100 Award, is the largest business networking organization in Utah. Comprised of a diverse and influential community of entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, consultants, legal professionals, bankers, and educators, MWCN has long been a catalyst for economic growth in the region. LitJoy Crate’s recognition among the Utah 100 exemplifies the company’s commitment to excellence and its contribution to the state’s vibrant business ecosystem.

LitJoy Crate secured the #27 spot out of 100 of Utah’s fastest-growing companies, an achievement that underscores the company’s dedication to success and continuous improvement.

About LitJoy Crate:

LitJoy Crate is a book box subscription company that was founded by Alix Lewis-Burrows and Kelly Dearth in 2016. LitJoy Crate specializes in subscription boxes and special edition books. In the past, LitJoy has collaborated with several other New York Times bestselling authors, including Sarah J. Maas, Cassandra Clare, and Jay Kristoff. More information can be found at