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Self Storage Companies Do a Lot of Driving During the Holidays

by Winnie Hsiu November 26, 2013 11:59 PM
There are certain places over the next month that folks are going to have to go like the in-law’s house, the mall to shop for presents, or the grocery store to shop for food; all places they don’t really want to go but have to. The worst part isn’t the destination though, but the journey. It’s the drive on all the congested roads that is unpleasant. [More]

Self Storage Company Setting a Big Goal for the Holidays

by Tony Gonzalez November 19, 2013 11:48 PM
Routines are a fact of life, but can be dangerous if you are not careful. Get in the wrong routine and you can find yourself just going through the motions and not making the most of your time. This can be true in all facets of life—work, home, social—you name it. The same can be said for facilities in the self storage industry. [More]

Self Storage News Roundup

by Kim Kilpatrick September 20, 2012 10:05 PM
In Sarasota, Florida, Quality Self Storage purchased a self storage facility for $1.7 million dollars. This amount is almost half of the price that it was valued at eight years ago in 2004. The current owner paid $3.28 million for the business at that time. The facility has over 93,000 square-feet and was built 39 years ago. This was the second self storage business in the area that was sold in the last several months. [More]

Garage Sales, Charity, and Self Storage are America

by Kim Kilpatrick September 10, 2012 8:35 PM
There are certain things that are uniquely American. You can’t really say baseball or any other sport is anymore; they are all pretty much played all over the world now. If there was anything that could be considered uniquely American it would be garage sales, charity, and the self storage industry. [More]
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