ISS Humanitarian Service Award: Self-Storage Owners Orchestrate a Grand Ball

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Volunteers at Heart

The McDaniels built Preferred Self Storage in Highland Village, Texas, in 2006. The class-A facility has 481 units. The couple has lived in the community for 15 years, becoming involved in several charitable and church events. “We build and provide homecoming floats, stage-show decorations, Vacation Bible School stage scenes, banquet decorations, and even wedding and anniversary celebrations,” explains Mike.

 

 


Mike and Linda McDaniel host a Grand Ball at Lewisville High School in Texas.

Being involved in the community is important to his family, he adds. “By giving your time and energies, there is an intangible payback, a blessing that is hard to describe, but definitely worth the effort.”

Networking through community programs has become a valuable marketing strategy for Preferred Self Storage. “When your efforts show that you care, you are also showing your customers and potential customers that you will care about them as well,” Mike says. “You’re presence at community activities will form relationships, and will ensure your communities confidence in your ability to provide the best and most caring service.”
 
For more information about Preferred Self Storage, call 972.746.8500; e-mail the McDaniels at mltjcm@verizon.net.

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