SpareFoot Releases 2014 Self-Storage Calendar Depicting Scenes From Classic Movies

SpareFoot, an online marketplace for the self-storage industry, has released 2014: A Storage Odyssey, a calendar featuring the companys employees re-enacting iconic scenes from classic movies. Among the scenes included is an image of company founders Chuck Gordon and Mario Feghali re-creating the pottery scene from Ghost.

SpareFoot, an online marketplace for the self-storage industry, has released 2014: A Storage Odyssey, a calendar featuring the companys employees re-enacting iconic scenes from classic movies. Among the scenes included is an image of company founders Chuck Gordon and Mario Feghali re-creating the pottery scene from Ghost.

Available for free to SpareFoots self-storage facility clients, the calendar also depicts scenes from Titanic, Flashdance, The Graduate, Superman, Harry Potter, Risky Business, Dirty Dancing, Dracula, The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Die Hard, American Beauty, and 2001: A Space Odyssey.

All of the images were shot inside a 10-by-15-foot unit at a Storage Direct facility in Austin, Texas. The pictures were taken by local photographer Skyler Moore. A gallery of the images can be viewed on the SpareFoot Blog.

In 2013, SpareFoot released a pin-up style calendar featuring employees in humorous and suggestive poses inside storage units.

Founded in 2008, SpareFoot.com helps consumers find and reserve self-storage units, with comparison shopping tools that show real-time availability and exclusive deals. With a network of more than 6,500 storage facilities ranging from mom-and-pop operations to real estate investment trusts, the company reaches prospective storage renters though partnerships with brands including SelfStorage.com, Apartments.com and Penske Truck Rental.

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