The Georgia Self Storage Association (GASSA) held its third annual barbecue at the Georgia State Capitol on Feb. 2 to raise awareness of the self-storage industry and show appreciation for those who work for the state. Association president David Milam kicked off the event with a welcome and thank you to legislators and staff. GASSA Legislative Director George Snelling provided an introduction for Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle.
Launched in 1992, GASSA is a non-profit organization representing the interests of the self-storage industry in Georgia. It represents more than 200 members and nearly 1,000 storage facilities.
GASSA members (from left to right): Executive Director Chuck Manley, Vice President Bill Norris, President David Milam, Legislative Director George Snelling, Treasurer Joe Cwik
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