LifeStorage Opens Six New Self-Storage Facilities Across Chicagoland

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LifeStorage Centers LLC has opened six new self-storage facilities throughout the Chicagoland area, bringing the company’s total number of stores in the region to 16. The new centers are in Algonquin, Carpentersville, Elgin, Matteson, Rogers Park (Chicago) and South Chicago Heights.

LifeStorage was founded in 2002 by owners Jean Jodoin and Christopher Barry. The company actively participates in many community events including Halloween “Trunk or Treat” programs and Toys for Tots. Each year during the winter holidays, several LifeStorage Centers offer free gift-wrapping services. In April 2011, when moving season is in full swing, LifeStorage plans to invite its neighbors to celebrate the official opening of its new stores by hosting a charity “Clean Out for the Cause” event at all store locations.

LifeStorage Centers provide indoor, climate-controlled self-storage with amenities including drive-in and drive-thru bays, office suites, records storage, document destruction, mailboxes, loading docks, digital surveillance cameras and onsite managers.

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