Chattanooga-based Legacybox more than doubles its space, adds 125 jobs this year

Staff photo by Tim Barber/ Arthur Avina, right, and Geremy Spivey prepare boxes for shipping at the Holtzclaw Avenue facility.

A local media conversion company born in a rented garage in 2006 recently more than doubled its production space to nearly 110,000 square feet and expanded its campus on Holtzclaw Avenue to more than 5 acres.

"We're proud to invest further in our operations and to employ more in fulfilling work that creates lasting happiness," said Legacybox co-founder Nick Macco. "Chattanooga has absolutely played an important role in our success – the talent is here, the technology is here, and we'll continue to invest here."

Legacybox has also added 125 employees this year, bringing its workforce to more than 300. The company has served nearly 1 million customers, and has seen steady growth during the pandemic as people stuck at home clean out attics and closets and convert old family photos and films to new media.

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