StorageMart, which operates more than 190 self-storage properties across Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States, has launched a Rockin' With StorageMart giveaway in which musicians can win one year of free band-rehearsal space at a company facility and a one-year subscription to music-distribution service DistroKid. Entries are being accepted through the StorageMart blog until Dec. 16, according to a press release.
Those interested in entering the sweepstakes must visit the promotion page on the StorageMart blog, sign into a social media platform of their choice and choose how they want to enter. Registrants must be 18 years of age and a United States citizen. No purchase is necessary to participate. Multiple entries will be accepted. The winners will be selected on Dec. 16 and contacted via e-mail on Dec. 19.
In addition to the free year of rehearsal space, which begins on Jan. 1, the first-place winner will receive a one-year subscription with DistroKid, an independent distribution service that promotes music on streaming services such as Apple Music, iTunes and Spotify. The second-place winner will receive a $50 eGift card from Sweetwater, a retailer of music technology and instruments. A $25 eGift card from Spotify will be awarded to the third-place winner.
The promotion is part of StorageMart's charitable-giving program, “Store it Forward,” in which the company finds ways to give back to the areas it calls home, the release stated.
"We might be an international company now, but what got us there was the great people who live and work in the same communities we do,” said Cris Burnam, president. “We haven't forgotten that, and the Rockin' With StorageMart contest is just another way we can say thank you.”
Founded in 1999 and based in Colombia, Mo., StorageMart is privately owned and operated by the Burnam family, which has been in the storage industry for three generations. Its portfolio consists of more than 12 million square feet of storage. It serves more than 75,000 self-storage customers, and operates in Chinese, English, Punjabi, Quebecois French and Spanish.