Legacy Food Storage, good tasting, high-quality emergency meals and related products
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Phil Cox discuss the following:
- Please tell us a little background about yourself for starters.
- What was so compelling about starting an eCommerce business?
- Why did you choose emergency food and how it that working out for you?
- What are your plans for the future in terms of Legacy and any other related eCommerce businesses?
- What tips do you have for others starting an eCommerce business?
Phil Cox is the chief executive officer and co-owner of Legacy Food Storage, the CEO and co-owner of Legacy Food Storage, an eCommerce business focused on manufacturing good tasting, high-quality emergency meals and related products. Cox lives in Farmington, Utah, where he and his wife raise their five young children, making emergency preparedness essential.
Prior to entering the food storage business in 2009, initially as a reseller of food storage meals, Cox managed a real estate development company from 2003 to 2008. This business became a credit tenant leasing business for commercial and public projects.
Cox still works on financing for various private and public projects but spends the majority of his time as CEO of Legacy Food Storage and manager of PrepareWise and BuyEmergencyFoods, both e-commerce retailers for emergency food and products.
Cox graduated from the University of Utah in 2001 with degrees in Mandarin and Asian Studies, and received an MBA from Utah State University and then a masters in international management from the Thunderbird School of International Management.