150-Plus Vendors Offer Products and Services at the Inside Self-Storage World Expo

While many self-storage professionals will flock to the Inside Self-Storage World Expo in Las Vegas, March 14-16, to take part in the education program, most are equally eager to meet with industry suppliers in the exhibit hall.

While many self-storage professionals will flock to the Inside Self-Storage World Expo in Las Vegas, March 14-16, to take part in the education program, most are equally eager to meet with industry suppliers in the exhibit hall. The shows exhibits will be open at the Paris Hotel & Resort on March 15, noon to 5 p.m., and March 16, 9 a.m. to noon. More than 150 vendors will be on site to answer questions as well as demo and sell their self-storage products and services.

Product categories include but are not limited to: self-storage building components, security products, management software, third-party online directories, loan products, marketing services, consulting services, retail merchandise, brokerage services, and much more. This years exhibit hall features a record number of new exhibitors22 in all. Newcomers include G5 Marketing, Payment Processing Inc., American Access Systems Inc., PureRFid Inc., Virtus Real Estate and Mace Security Products.

Attendees should take advantage of the exhibit hall to meet with current suppliers, shop competition and learn from the experts about new products and services that canand willbetter the bottom line of their businesses, said Danica Cullins, director of ISS event sales. An opportunity to have these important live discussions all in one place is duplicated nowhere else.

The ISS Expo also features four comprehensive education tracks covering the industrys most relevant issues, four add-on intensive workshops and multiple peer-to-peer networking events. Details about the industrys largest conference and tradeshow can be found at www.insideselfstorageworldexpo.com. Registration can be completed online or by calling 800.230.2311. Pre-registration pricing ends March 11.

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