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Party Time in Self-Storage: How the Industry Celebrates

By John Carlisle Comments

In the past couple of years, tough times across all industries caused many businesses to scale back or cancel their annual holiday parties. But after a better 2010, many office holiday parties are back again, and self-storage industry pros are turning to Self-Storage Talk to share information about their seasonal soirees.

Member Crystle408 started a thread about holiday parties, expressing her eagerness for steak and lobster tail at her company's event, which will be on a boat. She also asked members to share their favorite memories of company holiday gatherings. The range of fuss made over the holiday goes from simple dinners out to elaborate outings where staffs from multiple sites come together. Some operators have shared that their company doesn't do much, but they don't bemoan or complain. They seem to be grateful for whatever appreciation they get.

Other holiday-related discussions are also on the forum. On these threads, members discuss holiday bonuses and gifts, all of which widely vary. These types of discussions usually happen in the Staffing, Education and Training forum.

Have an opinion on company holiday parties? Feel free to jump in on the threads and post it. If you're not a part of the community yet, you can register for free. The process is simple and takes only a few minutes.

Whatever your company is doing to celebrate the holidays and the end of the year, the Self-Storage Talk team hopes your festivities are joyous. 

Live and growing since 2008, SST is the largest online forum in the industry and the official forum of Inside Self-Storage. SST has approximately 3,850 members, 23 different topical forums, 3,800 discussion threads and 32,400 posts.

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