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- Comment: WP:NCORP failure; note that trivial mentions do not establish the notability of a company. Also noting the previous AfD (Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Blitsy), which resulted in a Delete! vote for similar reasons. SamHolt6 (talk) 19:49, 20 February 2019 (UTC)
Blitsy is an e-commerce company that sells arts and crafts supplies to customers from over 100 countries. The company was founded in 2011 and features over 30,000 crafting items for sale to customers from over 100 countries. The company is based in Chicago, Illinois.
Prior to being acquired by A.C. Moore on October 31, 2017, Blitsy had raised $11.81 million in total venture capital funding from notable investors, including Greycroft and Hubert Burda Media.    
|Founder||Ross Petersen (CEO)|
Ryan Petersen (COO)
Katy Weade (CMO)
|Products||Retail: Arts, Crafts, Scrapbooking|
Blitsy was co-founded by CEO Ross Petersen, his brother Ryan Petersen, and sister Katy Weade. The company initially grew by promoting flash sales featuring products under the following categories: paper crafts, planners and stationery, writing instruments, arts supplies, kids crafts and toys, DIY home décor, and more.