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  • Nashville Conference a Terrific Success for Inside Self-Storage Expo
    More than 1,100 self-storage professionals gathered in Nashville, Tenn., Oct. 7-10, for the largest fall conference and tradeshow ever hosted by the Inside Self-Storage Expo. ...More
    October 22, 2008 Posted in News
  • It's Snowing in New England
    We haven't even had time to carve the pumpkins yet and it's snowing in New England. Moreover, I haven't had time to finish my autumn maintenance to-do list yet. For example, I thought I'd plant more tulip bulbs, transplant the peonies and rake the three inches of ...More
    October 22, 2008 Drew Whitney Posted in Blogs
  • Piecing Together the Best Portable-Storage Marketing Program
    If you’re considering adding portable-storage service to your existing traditional self-storage business, you’ve probably spent time evaluating every detail: how to deliver, transport and store the containers; drafting a new lease; obtaining insurance; setting ...More
    October 22, 2008 Steve Hajewski Posted in Articles, Marketing
  • StorageMart Makes Play for Canada's InStorage REIT
    Last week, Columbia-based TKG-StorageMart Partners made an unsolicited bid to take over Canada-based InStorage Real Estate Investment Trust. ...More
    October 21, 2008 Posted in News
  • Police Seize $1.4 Million at Australian Self-Storage
    Fort Knox Self Storage has lived up to its name after a police swoop found $1.4 million in cash in the Australian self-storage facility. Officers also found 519g of heroin with a street value of $260,000 and a loaded 9mm pistol when they swooped on the Dandenong South ...More
    October 21, 2008 Posted in News
  • Décor and Marketing Appeal to Wine-Storage Aficionados
    Aesthetically speaking, self-storage has come a long way in the past few years. Whether it’s zoning ordinances or savvy owners who realize that sizzle sells, facilities are taking on a more elaborate look and feel. Certainly the growing trend of wine storage has upped ...More
    October 21, 2008 Ramey Jackson Posted in Articles, Construction
  • Are You Ready for an Emergency?
    While shopping at Lowe’s yesterday, an interesting thing happened. My husband and I were headed up the main aisle near the entrance when we noticed half a dozen employees standing around. As we got closer, we saw a man laying on his back at an odd awkward angle with ...More
    October 20, 2008 Amy Campbell Posted in Blogs
  • The Four Pillars of Commercial-Records Centers: Expanding Self-Storage Services
    Today’s commercial-records centers continue to diversify and expand service offerings to accommodate the growing needs of their clients. This diversification has helped balance businesses by reducing dependency on one source of revenue, i.e., “the box on the ...More
    October 20, 2008 Scott Bidwell Posted in Articles
  • Reach New Markets with Mobile Storage
    The moving and storage industry is dominated by thousands of family owned and operated companies that have been in business for several generations and have weathered the many twists and turns of the economy. To help navigate the current economic situation, many traditional ...More
    October 19, 2008 Tom McCormick Posted in Articles
  • Six Things to Disclose to Tenants About Your Self-Storage Rental Agreement
    Every self-storage operator must provide well-written rental agreements for tenants to read and understand when renting units. It is not the manager’s duty to explain each provision within these agreements, nor is it necessary for renters to initial important ...More
    October 17, 2008 Jeffrey J. Greenberger Posted in Articles, Legal Issues, Management