Access Self Storage Donates $405 to Texas Education Foundation

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Access Self Storage donated $405 this week to the Red Oak Independent School District Education Foundation. The money was raised during the grand opening of Access' new storage facility in Red Oak, Texas. 

For each person who attended the grand opening, the company made a donation. KBEC radio station helped promote the grand opening and fundraiser to encourage a large turnout in support of the foundation.   

Access Self Storage owner Doug Hunt presented the check to Tom Roger, president of the Red Oak Education Foundation. Hunt said he was pleased with the turnout and it was a privilege to partner with the foundation to help them raise money.

Access Self Storage has facilities in Dallas, Garland, and Lancaster, Texas.


From left: Tom Rogers, Renee Chase, Mary Rose Corrales,
Dr. Curtis  Begin, David Hunt, Doug Hunt, Annette Adamcik,
Traci Gamel, Janet Watts, Andrea Walton

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