SpaceMax Offers Free Self-Storage to Georgia Flood Victims

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SpaceMax Storage in Atlanta is helping Georgia residents affected by the recent flooding. The self-storage company is giving flood victims one and a half months of free storage. SpaceMax is also offering free use of its moving trucks to residents who qualify.
 
“SpaceMax is a new company in the Atlanta market,” says John Rinehart, manager of the company’s midtown Atlanta location. “Our rationale for helping is simple. Our facilities are extremely large so we still have plenty of rentable square feet empty and available. There’s no way we can possibly rent all of that out over the next few months while local residents are cleaning up, and we know that people in our community are in need of what we have right now, so we can’t think of a better way to put this space to good use.”
 
SpaceMax Storage has climate-controlled, multi-story facilities in midtown Atlanta, the Virginia Highlands area and Decatur. People in need of storage due to the flooding should call 404.733.1400.

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