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Amazing Spaces Self Storage Seeking Donations for the Shriners Hospital

by Holly Robinson January 30, 2014 8:01 PM
In addition to providing self storage faculties, Amazing Spaces Self Storage, in Houston and Galveston, Texas, is also a community minded business. They like to reach out and help the communities where their facilities are located. They like to help charitable organizations and to make a difference in the lives of those in need. [More]

Amazing Spaces Self Storage Centers Partner in an e-Waste Recycling Program

by Holly Robinson October 11, 2013 4:05 PM
Cell phones. Computers. Monitors. Tablets. iPads. TVs. These are wonderful inventions used in businesses and personal use all over the world. When they break or become outdated, people need to discard them but can’t just throw them in the garbage. It isn’t safe for the environment.

In an effort to assist the residents of Houston, Mayor Annise Parker announced a partnership between the City of Houston, Amazing Spaces Self Storage, CompuCycle, and GREENspot DROPoff. This partnership will provide residents with a free and comprehensive electronics waste program that will effectively handle discarded electronic items. [More]

Amazing Spaces in Texas Participates in the Make a Difference Campaign

by Holly Robinson October 24, 2012 6:00 PM
Amazing Spaces Storage Centers in Texas recently concluded their Make A Difference Donation Campaign. After all of the monies were totaled, they donated $1,918 to the Shriners Hospitals for Children in Galveston. [More]

Upcoming Texas Self Storage Association Events

by Tony Gonzalez January 18, 2012 12:23 PM
When people join clubs or organizations, they generally want to know the benefits of belonging to the organization. They want to know what they will get out of it. If you don't belong to your state's self storage association, I strongly encourage you to look into it because there are many, many benefits. [More]

Amazing Spaces (R) Storage Centers Participates in Toys for Tots Program

by Kim Kilpatrick November 1, 2011 11:52 AM
Before you know it, the Christmas season will be upon us. This is the perfect time to start planning now how you can reach out to needy children. Amazing Spaces ® Storage Centers are proud to partner with the United States Marine Corps Reserves in the annual Toys for Tots drive. [More]

New Storage Facilities Opening Around the Country

by Tony Gonzalez September 28, 2011 5:22 PM
The economy is slowly picking up around the United States. More and more new self storage facilities are opening up and expanding their business. [More]

Awards of Distinction Given to Self Storage Businesses in U.S. and Canada

by John Stevens May 12, 2011 7:21 AM
Three self storage facilities have recently won notable awards for excellence in their industry. The Better Business Bureau (BBB) Education Foundation recently named the Houston-based Proguard Self Storage a Winner of Distinction. Extra Space Storage of Estero, Fla., just accepted the David Graham Memorial Award for Excellence in Development. And Convey-All Industries Inc., a manufacturer of conveyor systems for a wide range of industrial uses and owner of Winkler Mini Storage in Winkler, Manitoba, Canada, received the Award for Business Excellence at the Winkler and District Chamber of Commerce 2011 P.W. Enns Business Awards. [More]

Return of Futurama Begs Question: Where Do You Store Old Seasons?

by John Stevens June 29, 2010 9:11 AM
Futurama is back! Last broadcast in 2003, the sci-fi cartoon television series brainchild of The Simpsons’ creator Matt Groening and David X. Cohen returned to Fox last week with all new episodes set in the year 3000. Futurama fans can get their fill of Fry, Leela, Bender, and Professor Farnsworth every Thursday now.

But while Futurama was off the air, has the future changed? In the seven years since 2003, the nature of television has changed profoundly. Many fans of Futurama and other hit television series now buy their shows a season at a time, in DVD form, and watch the shows at their leisure on DVD players, computers, and, if they choose to digitize the episodes, on iPods and other MP3 and MP4 players. Many choose not to watch network or cable television at all. [More]
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