Boxmore is the rival store of Lakewood Plaza Turbo. It sells equipment and materials to and for supervillains. It is owned by Mr. Gar's enemy, Lord Boxman. Here, Boxman manufactures robots to attack Lakewood Plaza Turbo, and to sell prototype versions of them as henchmen for other supervillains. It is also where he and his family of robots live.
Industrial SiteInside of Boxmore, it is usually purple-pink colored, and everything is metallic and industrial looking. There are many robots working on the production and transportation of products. In "Let's Be Friends", offices where Ernesto's work can be seen. On the walls, signs reading "Think the same as everyone else" and "Do what you're told" are placed. There are many cameras and monitors from where it's possible to see most things happening in the Plaza from inside the building, this way, Boxman watches what's happening. He also usually peeks through the windows, behind blinds, that close most windows most of the time.
As shown in "Stop Attacking the Plaza", there are special rooms for designing and building robots, where Boxman creates new things. There seems to be many levels and many metalic corridors leading to all the areas of the place.
In "Villains' Night Out", it is revealed that there's a room for processing Glorbs. As robots take glorbs, Boxman tries to use them as efficiently as possible, and he appears to pocess many. In the floor of this room, there is a huge door, locked by chains.
Despite being an industry, it is also where Boxman and all his robot family lives. In many episodes, it is shown that there are usual rooms a conventional home has. A residential-looking kitchen wth a small dinner table, where all the family eat together, is connected to a dinner room with a larger table for formal dinner, as shown in "We're Captured".In leisure time, the robots hang out in a more child-like room, with a puzzle-themed mat, where cubbies with toys can be seen, they play games and spend time together, like in "Stop Attacking the Plaza".
BusinessBoxman sells fighting robots, and according to him, rise in "friendship" lowers sales, and thus is his reason to want to destroy friendship.
The short "Boxmore Infomercial", is a commercial to advertise the industry's bussiness.