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Dueling Self Storage Companies in New York City

by Holly Robinson June 16, 2014 8:04 PM
Have you ever heard of the song Dueling Banjos? It was originally called Feuding Banjos. In the song, one banjo player strums a few notes and then the other banjo player repeats the same strain of music. They go back and forth, back and forth taking turns playing until they are playing a duet.

There’s a duel starting to simmer in Manhattan – a duel between an established self storage business and the new kid on the block. [More]

Manhattan Mini Storage Holds Contest to Find Messiest Room

by Holly Robinson May 22, 2014 8:51 PM
Do you think that you have the messiest apartment on the planet? Do friends and family members complain that you live in a pigsty? If so, this could be your lucky day. Here’s an opportunity to use that mess and to get something very remarkable because. That mess just might be your chance to attend the Broadway production of the musical Pippin. [More]

Self Storage Facility Wants to Give College Kids Options

by Kim Kilpatrick April 17, 2014 11:16 PM
That time is fast approaching for college students across the nation; the time where they will have to move out of the dorm rooms and back home for the summer. There is just one problem and it is not explaining to Mom and Dad about your tattoo. No, it’s figuring out what to do with all your stuff. [More]

Art Gallery Opens in a Container at Manhattan MIni Storage

by Winnie Hsiu April 7, 2014 7:21 PM
When you think of art galleries, the Louvre Museum is one that instantly comes to mind for many people. It has nearly 35,000 objects on exhibition in an area of 652,300 square feet. On average, 8.5 million people visit it per year. That breaks down to an average of over 28,300 visitors per day. [More]

Manhattan Mini Storage Offers Help to Survivors of Explosion in Harlem

by Winnie Hsiu March 14, 2014 7:09 PM
Wednesday morning, tenants in a New York Harlem neighborhood complained of smelling gas. The Con Edison utility company immediately sent workers to investigate. They got there too late. Eighteen minutes later, a blast destroyed two five-story East Harlem apartment buildings at Park Avenue and 116th Street. Now, a mountain of ruble sits where once two buildings stood. [More]

Self Storage Can Come Up Big Even When it’s Mini

by Tony Gonzalez January 29, 2014 11:23 PM
Just about everything comes in all shapes and sizes. It used to be that mobile phones nearly required a purse all their own; not they fit so well in our pockets we forget we have them sometimes. Yet the small ones that we have today can do so much more than the behemoths that were common when they first came out. [More]

Manhattan Mini Storage Helps with NYC Coat Drive

by Winnie Hsiu January 28, 2014 6:38 PM
Winter Storm Leon is currently hammering the Deep South today. The eastern United States has been pummeled over and over by snow and ice storms. A polar vortex (where frigid air from the Artic comes down to the United States) is on its way. Thousands of airplane flights have been canceled. Schools, and businesses have closed. And with all of this frigid winter weather swirling around, there are over 100,000 people in New York City who are in need of winter coats. [More]

Manhattan Mini Storage Announces Contest Winner

by Holly Robinson January 24, 2014 4:33 PM
I love watching the TV show Extreme Makeover with designer and host Ty Pennington. I love to see how they renovate and fix up homes – and how much the less fortunate families appreciate all of the work that the Extreme Makeover team does to their home.

Following after a similar theme, Manhattan Mini Storage held an extreme apartment makeover contest. They announced that Ben Raffalli is the winner – and he’s probably just as excited about his apartment makeover as those who are on the TV show. [More]

Self Storage Facilities Turning Into Something Special for the Holidays

by Winnie Hsiu November 21, 2013 10:05 PM
For self storage auction goers part of the thrill in bidding is that you don’t know for certain what you are getting. You essentially make an educated guess from what you can see from the doorway. If bidders were allowed to see what was inside most of the units would go for next to nothing. With the holidays coming up a few self storage facilities in Virginia have decided to set up a different kind of shopping experience. [More]

Manhattan Mini Storage Helping to Spread Christmas Cheer

by Winnie Hsiu November 20, 2013 2:12 PM
Christmas trees, holiday decorations, music, wassail, sugary treats, shopping, Santa Claus. Add all of these together and they help to make a merry and jolly Christmas holiday season. But, what if you took them away? Would there still be Christmas?

Edison Properties isn’t taking all of those things away from Christmas – just the decorations. Instead of spending money on Christmas decorations, Edison Properties will use that money to make the holiday season a little brighter for those in need. [More]
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