Watson & Taylor Self Storage to Plant 10 Trees for Every New Customer in August

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In an effort to rebuild areas impacted by deforestation, Watson & Taylor Self Storage has committed to plant 10 trees for every new self-storage customer in August.

The Addison, Texas-based self-storage company has partnered with Trees for the Future with the goal of planting more than 5,000 trees. Trees will be planted in areas desperately needing reforestation to sustain natural and human needs.

"As the world becomes more aware of our need to be more environmentally responsible, we felt strongly that our involvement in this program is the right thing to do. Countries like Haiti are suffering enormous consequences due to deforestation and we're certain we can help," said George Watson, principal of Watson & Taylor Self Storage.

In business for 35 years, Watson & Taylor Self Storage owns or operates 23 storage facilities in Texas.

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