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Self Storage and Dogs are Man's Best Friend

by Tony Gonzalez June 19, 2012 6:09 PM
There is just something about the bond between Man and his dog. The devotion of one to the other is heartwarming and admirable to say the least; the kind of thing that Hollywood has had no trouble using in numerous movies and television shows. Nothing is more reliable or even comes close; except maybe a self storage unit. [More]

So How Crazy Was Your Crazy Tuesday?

by Winnie Hsiu June 1, 2012 8:57 PM
In a perfect world we would all coexist in complete peace and harmony, never worrying about who did what first, better, or the most. We would all be happy to just to do what we do and move on living in relative harmony with any and all that we come in contact with. We could also be competitive as can be, looking to best anyone and everyone. When that fails we’ll try to best ourselves. [More]

Self Storage Industry Understands the Importance of Education and Experience

by Kim Kilpatrick May 24, 2012 8:54 PM
When it comes to job interviews there are typically two types of people employers see—those with book smarts (formal education) and those with street smarts (experience). In some cases a job is better suited for one over the other. There are strengths and weaknesses to both. However, what employers often desire is a combination of both. [More]

There is Hope to be Found in the Self Storage Industry

by Tony Gonzalez May 18, 2012 8:07 PM
Hope is a valuable commodity, yet it is one that is impossible to put a price tag on. Ask anyone on a diet and they’ll likely say they hope to use some weight; most diets fail when people lose hope. If you ask may people that are in need of hope due to a serious or terminal illness in the family and you’d be hard pressed to find anyone that says no. [More]

Major Milestone Reached for Self Storage Call Center

by Tony Gonzalez April 20, 2012 5:55 PM
There are many points in life that we like to remember and commemorate. As kids, high school graduation is one of them as we go from under mom and dad’s roof to the freedom of college. College graduation gives way to our entry into the real world. Then there is the first time we meet our significant other…the list could go on and on. [More]

Self Storage Company Kicks Off Latest Round of Scholarship Giveaways

by Kim Kilpatrick April 10, 2012 9:07 PM
For years there have been philosophers, educators, rappers, and all other sorts of people that have made the statement that knowledge is power. How that knowledge is achieved remains to be seen; it can be different for everybody. It all depends on the person. [More]

Self Storage Facilities Doing their Part for Mother Earth

by John Stevens March 28, 2012 1:13 PM
Ever since the world became concerned about aerosol cans damaging the ozone, people from all walks of life—business and private-- have been trying to do their part to help heal Mother Earth (or at least keep from damaging her any further). There are many ways in which a person or company can do so; on Saturday a self storage facility in Canada will be taking part in one. [More]

StorageMart Partners with the Roots 'n Blues 'n BBQ Festival

by Kim Kilpatrick March 1, 2012 1:47 PM
StorageMart announced that they have partnered with the popular Roots n' Blues 'n BBQ Festival in Missouri. As a corporate partner, StorageMart will sponsor giveaways for the festival as the event draws closer. [More]

StorageMart Canada Gives Two Hockey Fans Tickets to Tonight's Hockey Game

by Kim Kilpatrick February 6, 2012 11:03 AM
The Toronto Maple Leafs hockey team will play the Edmonton Oilers tonight in the Air Canada Center in Toronto, Ontario. Thanks to StorageMart, two people received free tickets to see this exciting game. [More]

Self Storage Company Doing Their Best to Put the 'Viral' in 'Viral Video'

by Winnie Hsiu February 1, 2012 5:30 PM
The age of the internet has opened up a whole host of marketing methods to businesses of all sorts. Many of the forms of advertising becoming popular via the internet often do not cost companies even close to the amount they spend on more traditional forms of advertising, i.e. print, radio, and television. If they happen to take off, great; if they don’t than it’s no great loss. [More]
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