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No longer a mall popup, Borowood did $200,000 in sales online in 2021
Cornett pivoted GS Innovation Center-based business to produce wood blanks for crafters
Borowood founder Hunter Cornett prepares packages of his company's product for shipment from Statesboro to crafters across America earlier this year. Seen reusing cardboard here, the company has since evolved to use warehouse-filling quantities of fresh boxes as its shaped wood blanks go to consumers and small businesses in all 50 states. (Photo courtesy of Borowood)
Borowood, which appeared as a popup inside the Statesboro Mall offering custom-made decorative wooden signs and computer-controlled-router carved American flags in the fall of 2020, did not return there this holiday season. But do not mourn for this business and its young entrepreneur.
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