U-Haul of Fargo Offers Free Storage to Flood Victims

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U-Haul Moving and Storage Fargo, N.D., 1436 Main Ave., is offering 30 days of free self-storage to all residents who have been affected by recent floods in the area. In addition, the company can provide assistance with U-Box Portable Storage, a service wherein the customer fills up U-Boxes at his own convenience to be stored in U-Haul’s secure warehouse, or has U-Haul deliver them to a destination of his choice.

"These floods have caused tremendous damage throughout our community," said Shawn Odden, president. "I hope this effort will provide assistance to families that need a helping hand.  We will continue to help our friends and neighbors in this time of need."

Customers can also take advantage of U-Haul’s Take a Box, Leave a Box Program, in which customers shares used, recyclable boxes.

Established in 1945, U-Haul has a network of more than 16,300 locations throughout the United States and Canada. The company offers more than 36 million square feet of self-storage space at nearly 1,100 facilities throughout North America.

U-Haul was founded by a Navy veteran who grew up during the Great Depression. U-Haul now operates a Sustainability Program, with a commitment to reduce, reuse and recycle. The company’s green efforts include fuel-efficient moving vans, moving-box recycling, moving pads made from discarded material, and packing peanuts that are 100% biodegradable.

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