The Red Kiosk Company is a new national retail chain operating out of unused iconic red telephone boxes. The first two self-contained food and beverage kiosks within the shell of these iconic boxes were launched on New Road, near Pavilion Gardens in Brighton in June 2014.

The concept was conceived by local businessmen Eddie Ottewell and Steve Beeken.

“These iconic red phone boxes are both a great piece of engineering and architecture” commented Eddie, “Our aim is to redefine the usage to suit modern day needs and requirements without compromising their external appearance”

Our mission at Red Kiosk is a simple one, which we work to alongside the “Thinking Outside The Box” charitable trust.The Thinking Outside the Box Charitable Trust aim is to transform lives by empowering people to break cycles of homelessness, dependency and unemployment.

Red Kiosk Company will donate a substantial proportion of their profit to the Thinking Outside the Box Charitable trust, who in turn elect a local cause to receive the donation.

Source: Red Kiosk

Thinking Outside THE BOX Charitable Trust

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