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  • Inside Self-Storage Magazine 10/2001: Getting The Most out of Self-Storage Expos
      Getting The Most out of Self-Storage Expos By David Wilhite If your self-storage operation is successful beyond your wildest dreams and you're absolutely rolling in money, feel free to skip this article and head out to the golf course. If, however, you're still ...More
    October 1, 2001 David Wilhite Posted in Articles
  • Inside Self-Storage Magazine 10/2001: Real-Estate
    Mirror, Mirror on the WallWhat is the fairest real estate investment of them all? By Michael L. McCune This article represents the inauguration of a new series of monthly articles for Inside Self-Storage dedicated to the real estate market. In the future, this column will ...More
    October 1, 2001 Michael L. McCune Posted in Articles
  • Considering Vehicle Storage
    Considering Vehicle StorageIncorporating boat or RV storage into an existing self-storage facility By Tron Jordheim Are you considering the addition of boat and RV storage into your existing self-storage facility? Perhaps you have some unused land you are tired of mowing. ...More
    October 1, 2001 Tron Jordheim Posted in Articles
  • Inside Self-Storage Magazine 10/2001: A Comprehensive Marketing Plan
    A Comprehensive Marketing PlanWhat you should be doing each day, week, month, quarter and year By Fred Gleeck One of the three biggest mistakes I see made by self-storage operators is not having a comprehensive marketing plan. Over the past several issues, I've shared ...More
    October 1, 2001 Fred Gleeck Posted in Articles
  • Ripening on the Vine
    Ripening on the VineWine Storage may still be a niche market, but competition is growing By Amy Campbell In 1987, Owen Deutsch was sitting in his office when he overheard a self-storage customer ask about renting space to store his wine. "We weren't doing wine ...More
    October 1, 2001 Amy Campbell Posted in Articles
  • Protect Your PC
    Protect Your PC By Doug Carner This is part one of a special two-part TechTalk. It is a must-keep column for you to share with everyone you know who owns a personal computer running Windows software. It seems as though we read about a new "killer" computer virus ...More
    October 1, 2001 Doug Carner Posted in Articles, Technology
  • Inside Self-Storage Magazine 10/2001: Special Lease Considerations for Boat and RV Storage
    Special Lease Considerations for Boat and RV Storage By Jeffrey Greenberger This article provides general legal insight into the self-storage field and should not be substituted for the advice of your own attorney. Some of you reading this article are already in the ...More
    October 1, 2001 Jeffrey Greenberger Posted in Articles
  • The Downside to Convenience
    The Downside to ConvenienceLock-picking tools leave self-storage open to crime By Chris Shope Every occupation--be it physician, carpenter, engineer or, yes, even self-storage operator--involves its own passion. My passion revolves around my specialty, security, which is ...More
    October 1, 2001 Chris Shope Posted in Articles
  • Inside Self-Storage Magazine 10/2001: Prospect in a Pickle?
    Prospect in a Pickle? By Harley Rolfe Your prospect is in a pickle. He believes you can get him out of it, but you're not sure you need to know much about his particular problem. That's just wrong. His predicament is your ticket to offering him a meaningful sales proposal. ...More
    October 1, 2001 Harley Rolfe Posted in Articles
  • Vehicle Storage
    Vehicle StorageA profit-making opportunityBy Rex W. YoungThere has been a great deal written in the past few years about boat and RV storage, but often the reader is left with more questions than answers. There is a good reason for this. The vehicle-storage business is like ...More
    October 1, 2001 Rex W. Young Posted in Articles, Development