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Relationships Make the Difference in Self Storage

by Winnie Hsiu April 28, 2011 7:53 PM
Right about now as thousands of bright eyed young adults are looking to graduate college and join the working world, the same line is being heard over and over again: It’s not what you know, but who you know. This is not meant to discount the need for knowledge in your chosen field, but to illustrate the importance for building and nurturing relationships as a means to success in the working world. [More]

Self Storage Company Soon to Own a Piece of a World Record

by Tony Gonzalez April 26, 2011 11:07 AM
Lovers of classic television commercials and vintage Jordan shoes will fondly remember some of the ads that aired back in the late 1980s and 90s asking the all-important question “Is it the shoes?” Folks in Missouri looking to break a particular Guinness world record would answer that question with a hearty “yes!” in regards to an upcoming endeavor. [More]

Education is Important to the Self Storage Industry

by John Stevens March 22, 2011 1:12 PM
Knowledge is power. That statement has been uttered by more politicians, teachers, coaches, etc. and has been used in more movies than many other common platitudes. As overused as the statement may be it is exactly true. Without sufficient knowledge (of any kind) it can be incredibly difficult to do even the simplest of things in modern society which is precisely why receiving a good, quality education is the key to survival. [More]

Heavy Metal Band Finds Refuge in Self Storage Unit

by Winnie Hsiu October 28, 2010 1:50 AM
It isn’t easy for a heavy metal band to find a place to rehearse that won’t involve getting complaints from the neighbors. Florida band Abdomen Canvas has discovered one of self storage’s best kept secrets -- that storage units can make great rehearsal studios, especially for metal bands.

Heavy metal band members, many of whom are college students, often find it challenging to find the time to practice regularly, much less scrape together the cash for a rehearsal space. [More]
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