Clutter Diet Inc. has partnered with ClutterFreeBox to create a new self-storage service, Clutter Diet Storage, which allows the storage of items by the box from anywhere in the United States with no long-term commitment. The partnership also allows customers to get personal help from a team of professional organizers online.
The monthly storage cost is as little as 99 cents, depending on how much the customer stores. In addition, the customer pays retrieval and return shipping fees. The service also allows automated shipments of items at scheduled intervals specified by the customer. Boxes are stored in a 100,000-square-foot archive in Charlotte, N.C., which is also used by Fortune 500 companies to store their business documents.
Clutter Diet is privately held and headquartered in Austin, Texas. Its CEO, Lorie Marrero, is a Certified Personal Organizer and the author of The Clutter Diet: The Skinny on Organizing Your Home and Taking Control of Your Life. She has served as a spokesperson for Microsoft and Brother, and is a sought-after expert for national media such as CNBC, Good Housekeeping, WGN News and Woman's Day.
Clutter Diet’s organizing products are sold online and in Container Store locations nationwide. Marrero also created ClutterDiet.com, a program that helps people to get organized through weekly project plans, video tutorials, searchable articles, a supportive member community and online consulting.
ClutterFreeBox is a storage system that enables consumers and small business owners to store and manage boxes through an easy-to-use, patent-pending Web interface. They can retrieve boxes without ever leaving their own homes.