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What if the Nation Needed Self Storage for its Super Bowl Snacks?

by Winnie Hsiu February 1, 2013 9:17 PM
There are certain weekends that men just love like the 4th of July, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving, their birthdays and of course Super Bowl weekend. Why? Because they are all days in which we are expected to eat to our hearts content without a worry about the calories, fat content, or carbohydrates. [More]

Self Storage Company Ready to Handle Local Super Bowl Woes

by Winnie Hsiu February 6, 2012 11:26 AM
A large majority of the country watched the New York Giants prove the odds makers wrong by defeating the New England Patriots Sunday night in Super Bowl XLVI, 21-17. The disappointment for fans of the Patriots in the New England area is clearly understandable. Now that the season is done, what are fans to do with all their Patriots gear? [More]

Self Storage Company Comes to the Aid of Local Residents Again

by Kim Kilpatrick February 9, 2011 11:05 AM
Most of the world watched the affects that the recent winter weather had on the biggest football game of the year last Sunday. All in all it looked like not very much since the game went off without a hitch (minus the musical performances). While the game did go well, the fans and people in the surrounding area did not have it nearly as easy. [More]

Twitter Overcapacity After Elections: Will Twitter Survive the World Cup?

by John Stevens June 9, 2010 4:35 PM
“Stupid whale,” came through one tweet after another this morning. Twitter, the social networking site which is being increasingly relied on by self storage operators as a marketing and communication tool, was overcapacity. Users who tried to access the site were treated to a “fail whale,” an image of Twitter’s symbolic whale, being carried by eight tiny orange birds, instead. The company disabled some of its features, such as Twitter Search, hovercards, photo uploads, web sidebar data, and RSS feeds this morning in order to allow some traffic onto the site. Some prognosticators argued that Twitter had been overloaded by post-election tweets. But if a few elections were enough to disable Twitter, will Twitter survive the upcoming World Cup? [More]