On Nov. 14, Spring Mill Self Storage of Westfield, Ind., will celebrate its grand opening with a ribbon-cutting presided over by Westfield Mayor Andy Cook. The facility will also be giving away prizes, making donations to local organizations that feed the hungry, and providing free document shredding. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
During the event, visitors can enter prize drawings for $100 Kroger gift cards and free holiday self-storage rentals. The facility will give away three-month rentals on two “Santa’s Closets,” 5-by-5-foot units that are perfect for hiding presents, and one “Santa’s Workshop,” a 10-by-10-foot unit. (Some restrictions apply.)
For every new lease signed between the grand opening and Dec. 1, Spring Mill Self Storage will make a cash donation equal to one-month’s rent to either Meals on Wheels of Hamilton County Inc. or the food pantry at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church. Tenants can designate which group receives the funds.
Spring Mill will also offer free shredding of unneeded documents during the grand opening. Visitors can drop off up to one banker's box full of papers, binders and CDs to be destroyed by IndyShred (locked bins will be provided). In addition, NetLiteracy will be on site to collect used but functional computers and monitors for use in schools.
Spring Mill Self Storage is owned and managed by the Gene B. Glick Co. Inc. Founded in Indianapolis in 1947, the company is a property-management and development firm with more than 18,000 apartment units in 10 states.