Texas Self Storage Association Releases Details on Fall Conference

The Texas Self Storage Association (TSSA) has released details on its fall conference, Oct. 9-11, in The Woodlands, Texas. Designed for self-storage developers, managers and owners, the annual event—themed “Big Ideas in Storage” for 2016—will take place at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center.

The Texas Self Storage Association (TSSA) has released details on its fall conference, Oct. 9-11, in The Woodlands, Texas. Designed for self-storage developers, managers and owners, the annual event—themed “Big Ideas in Storage” for 2016—will take place at The Woodlands Waterway Marriott Hotel & Convention Center.

The conference will offer four educational tracks of seminars: development and growth, management and operations, marketing and technology, and strategy and enterprise. This year’s keynote speaker is Steve Vrooman, a professor of communication studies at Texas Lutheran University. His presentation, “By the Time They Need Us, They Already Know Us: A New Approach to Social Media for the Self-Storage Industry,” will focus on how operators can build a productive social media strategy.

The event will also include networking “breaks” to allow attendees to meet with peers, as well as a new-member and first-time attendee orientation. A Sunday Social will be held at The Goose’s Acre, 3-5 p.m., on Oct. 9. Other activities include a membership luncheon, product and service exhibits, a cocktail reception, roundtable discussions, live and silent auctions, and a charity poker tournament to benefit the Shriners Hospitals for Children in Galveston, Texas.

Early-bird discounts are available until Aug. 31. Additional show details can be found on the TSSA website.

Established in 1986, the TSSA is a nonprofit trade association dedicated to enhancing the quality of self-storage in Texas. It provides industry education, research and discussion.

Sources:

  • Texas Self Storage Association: Website
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