July 30, 2013 1:25 PM
As owners and managers of self storage facilities, there are many ways that you can show your patriotism. You can fly a Unites States flag at your facility. You can give families in the military discounts on their rental unit. And, if you are like Door to Door Storage and Moving, you can send care packages to troops stationed overseas. [More]
June 7, 2013 2:47 PM
Pop culture is full of zombies. The BBC aired the first of a three-part miniseries last night about zombies. There was the book Pride and Prejudice and Zombies which was a parody of Pride and Prejudice. Then, there was the recent movie Abraham Lincoln vs. Zombies where good ol' Abe leads a team of Secret Service agents to fight and destroy an outbreak of the Confederate Undead while the Civil War rages on. There's even the game Zombies, Run! for smart phones.
Now, the self storage industry has hopped on the band wagon and joined the zombie craze. Door to Door Storage Inc. launched a zombie-themed infographic with the hopes it will provide customer appeal while also giving information about their product and services. [More]
March 27, 2013 6:25 PM
Today, Door to Door Storage, Inc., announced they have formed a partnership with FreightCenter. FreightCenter assists businesses and individuals with their freight shipping needs. This partnership will enable Door to Door to offer a new type of service for its customers. [More]
June 27, 2012 8:13 AM
Road trips have become popular options for family vacations because driving is much cheaper than flying. Many times, family vacations are just a short trip to go camping at state park, a visit to a national monument, or sometimes a long cross-country journey to visit grandma.
Door to Door Storage is sponsoring a photo contest called “The Great American Road Trip.” This contest is reminiscent of the Route 66 era and celebrates cross-country road travel. [More]
August 26, 2011 9:52 AM
The downturn in the economy over the last several years has impacted self storage businesses across the United States. However, the economy is slowly picking up and new storage facilities are being built and others are expanding. [More]