Contributing Editors Adds Self Storage Providers to their Database

by John Stevens August 12, 2013 4:31 PM
Many self storage businesses offer their customers the use of a free truck while moving into their storage unit. This is a great service to provide customers.

Sometimes people need to store belongings until they have completed their move and settled into their new place. Sometime people have things like boats, RVs, or trailers that they cannot take with them at their initial time of moving. Sometimes people move temporarily. They will be gone for a few months or a couple of years and need a place to store their belongings that they don't take with them in the move. [More]

Sensitive Veteran Records From Arlington Cemetery Discovered in Abandoned Storage Unit

by John Stevens June 24, 2011 9:22 AM
A self storage manager of a Northern Virginia facility came across 69 boxes of Arlington National Cemetery burial records on June 10 inside an abandoned storage unit. The discovery has triggered a criminal investigation by the U.S. House of Representatives which says the incident has raised questions of privacy issues and indicates another sign of management problems at the Army-run cemetery. [More]

Tennessee Self Storage Group First To Team Up with Find Self Storage Auctions

by John Stevens March 7, 2011 9:45 AM
Self Storage auctions are booming in popularity, and many people looking to get in on the action search the Web for upcoming auctions. It has made sites like a frequently-visited stomping ground on the Internet for self storage auction enthusiasts. And it has attracted the attention of storage associations looking to hook up with the site and streamline their states auction listing process. The Tennessee Self Storage Association (TNSSA) recently became the first state to partner with Find Self Storage Auctions. [More]