A-American Self Storage Offers Storage to Hurricane Iselle Victims

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A-American Self Storage, which has locations in California, Hawaii, Missouri and Nevada, is offering 60 days of free self-storage to Hawaii residents who’ve been affected by Hurricane Iselle on the Big Island of Hawaii.

“We care about our community and hope to assist anyone who was affected by this storm,” said Josh Paterson, vice president.

Hurricane Iselle was the strongest tropical cyclone to make landfall on the Big Island in recorded history, according to Wikipedia. It’s the 11th named storm of the annual hurricane season, which typically runs from June 1 to Nov. 30.

Iselle developed from an area of disturbed weather southwest of Mexico on July 31 and reached its peak on Aug. 4 with winds of 140 mph, according to Wikipedia. It hit the Big Island of Hawaii on Aug. 7 as a tropical storm, causing heavy rain, flooding and power outages.

A-American Self Storage was founded in 1973 by owner Edmund C. Olson. The storage company operates properties in Honolulu and Keaau, Hawaii.

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