Sovran Self Storage to Participate in Western New York Investors Conference

Real estate investment trust Sovran Self Storage Inc., which operates the Uncle Bob’s Self Storage brand, is one of 17 publicly traded companies scheduled to present during the Western New York Investors Conference on Sept. 26. Presenting companies will discuss their strategies, financial performance and future outlook to institutional investors and analysts, conference officials said in a press release.

Real estate investment trust Sovran Self Storage Inc., which operates the Uncle Bob’s Self Storage brand, is one of 17 publicly traded companies scheduled to present during the Western New York Investors Conference on Sept. 26. Presenting companies will discuss their strategies, financial performance and future outlook to institutional investors and analysts, conference officials said in a press release.

The conference will be held from 8 a.m. to 2:35 p.m. ET at the Embassy Suites Buffalo in Buffalo, N.Y. The event was first launched in 2002 by public companies operating in western New York to broaden their exposure to investors, analysts and financial advisors, event officials said.

Sovran CEO David Rogers will speak at approximately 8:35 a.m. ET. A live webcast of the presentation will be available from the Investor Relations section of the company’s website, according to a company press release.

Participating companies represent a variety of industries and a full range of market capitalization, event officials said. In addition to Sovran, presenters include Astronics Corp., Columbus McKinnon Corp., Community Bank System Inc., Computer Task Group, Corning Inc., Graham Corp., Evans Bancorp Inc., The ExOne Co., Financial Institutions Inc., Gas Natural Inc., Gibraltar Industries Inc., Greatbatch Inc., Hardinge Inc., Home Properties Inc., M&T Bank Corp. and Transcat Inc.

Sovran is one of nine companies on the event’s Founding Committee and a show sponsor, according to the release. Based in Buffalo, the company operates more than 500 facilities in 25 states.

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