One of the problems that shook the United States when COVID-19 hit the country in March was the shortage of toilet paper. The problem became a viral sensation with tons of pictures of empty racks uploaded all over social media platforms for the world to see. The unexpected problem caught the attention of Zabain and Keisha Gibson. After giving it a lot of thought, the issue paved the way for the establishment of a now-rising tissue brand called Triumph Tissue.
Zabain and Keisha Gibson witnessed firsthand the shortage of tissue. At that time, Americans needed a lot of luck to find a store that had tissue brands in stock holding at least single-ply toilet papers. The shortage highlighted the importance of toilet paper in everyday life and the pandemic only increased the demand for it at a rate that was too hard to handle. Triumph Tissue was designed to solve this problem and more.
Zabain and Keisha Gibson studied the toilet tissue industry and realized that it lacked a “sense of creativity and ethnic diversity.” As a black couple, they were eager to bring in a unique perspective to the market.
Triumph Tissue was founded on the mission to provide a simple and seamless solution not only for future tissue shortage but for toilet paper in general. Zabain and Keisha Gibson went the extra mile in carefully crafting a high-quality tissue brand that carries not only a single-ply type but a silky three-ply toilet paper.
The company seeks to provide comfort and convenience to customers who wish to have a better experience in the bathroom. By providing a high-quality, durable, yet silky tissue paper that is also absorbent, Triumph Tissue gives each customer an unparalleled wiping experience.
The brand is crafted especially for hard working individuals who, after a long day, would appreciate coming home to a finer situation in the bathroom. Triumph Tissue is also tailored for busy professionals who enjoy premium products that “offer a seamless way to put time-consuming tasks on autopilot.”
Zabain and Keisha Gibson are well-aware that while consumers prioritize convenience. They are not willing to settle for a lower quality when it comes to tissue paper. On top of its unmatched quality and class, Triumph Tissue is also a brand that speaks to the masses and addresses the everyday needs of every individual from the professional and non-professional arena.
Today, store racks in local grocery stores mostly hold brands that serve only typical single-ply or two-ply tissue brands. Triumph Tissue is one of the very few brands, if not the only brand, that has taken the pandemic as a signal to step-up the tissue game by providing three-ply high-quality toilet paper through a subscription-based model.
Zabain and Keisha Gibson are confident that their brand Triumph Tissue will speak for itself. In the future, they hope to see their company become the go-to toilet paper brand for every household, office, and other institutions. By always putting the consumers first in priority, the team continues to make more improvements in the quality and distribution of this toilet paper brand.
Learn more about Triumph Tissue by visiting their official website.