Highland Self Storage in San Bernardino, Calif., became the latest facility to welcome the cast and crew of reality TV show "Storage Wars" (A&E, 10/9 p.m. Central time, Wednesdays).
As the show's film crew was working, neighborhood residents tried to peek in from the facility's perimeter. The San Bernardino facility invited its customers to attend the filming.
Johanna Flores, facility manager, told the source eight units were auctioned Wednesday. "Right now, this is the first (auction) that we've held this year, and we're trying to do one every other month," she told the reporter. "The process takes about 60 days to get an auction together, and from there they make sure all our legal paperwork is up to date," she said. Highland Self Storage works with American Auctioneers.
"Storage Wars" begins its second season in July. Scenes filmed at the San Bernardino site are scheduled to be used during the seventh episode.
Highland Self Storage is part of operator MyStorage-Solutions, which has one location in Arizona and two in California. San Bernardino is 60 miles east of Los Angeles.