LifeStorage self-storage facilities will be featured on episodes of "Auction Hunters" (10/9 p.m. Central, Tuesdays, Spike TV) May 3 and May 10. The popular TV show filmed at several of the storage company’s facilities in February.
LifeStorage holds auctions every other month at its facilities. "It was a great time to have 'Auction Hunters' film at our locations," said Matt Clark, LifeStorage's vice president of operations.
In Season Two, prospectors Allen Haff and Clinton "Ton" Jones attend self-storage auctions from Miami to Chicago. The series follows Haff and Jones in their quest to win auctions, dig for abandoned historical treasures and sell them for a profit. This season they uncover high-valued items including a Winchester model 1912 shotgun, worth $1,500, and the exact scale remote control replica of a $3 million luxury Viper Fan Jet plane, worth $11,500.
All 16 LifeStorage location are in Chicago or one of its suburbs. The sites offer 24-hour, year-round access and other amenities and add-on services such as climate control, office suites, records storage, document destruction, mailboxes, heated loading docks, digital surveillance, and free Starbucks coffee.