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Safe and Secure Automated Self Storage Gives VIP Tours to FL Students


Safe and Secure Automated Self Storage of Coconut Creek LLC, the Pugliese Co.’s flagship automated facility, will host 450 fourth and fifth grade science students for a VIP behind-the-scenes tour of their facility and it’s new automation every morning Dec. 7-11.

Fifteen classes of science students from Tradewinds Elementary in Broward County, Fla., will visit the facility to meet Paul Talley, the inventor of the patent-pending technology and vice president of Automation for Automated Self Storage Systems LLC, a subsidiary of The Pugliese Co.  Students will learn about the automated self-storage system, the LEED Certification process and the facility’s selection from over 2,500 projects to receive a Green Building of America Award.

The presentation is geared to Tradewinds Elementary School’s Technology Vision for 2009,   “... to utilize technology as a tool to enrich curriculum and instruction, and deliver lessons in innovative ways,”  as well as to the school’s 2009 theme,  “To Keep Our World Clean, Tradewinds Goes Green!”

The City of Coconut Creek and Publix Super Markets are also participating in this first series of educational presentations at the facility with green products and educational information regarding the city’s new Single-Stream Recycling Program.

Safe and Secure Automated Self Storage is the first automated facility worldwide to utilize Automated Self Storage Systems technology. The facility opened in April of 2009.

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