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Amy's Attic Self Storage Manager Wins Copperas Cove, TX, ‘Ambassador of the Year’ Award

Lisa Sherwood, facility manager at Amy’s Attic Self Storage in Copperas Cove, Texas, was named “Ambassador of the Year” by the Copperas Cove Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Bureau as part of its 2020 awards program. The accolades were announced earlier this year, but award distribution was delayed because of winter storms. There’s usually an annual banquet held in February, but that was cancelled due to the pandemic.

Sherwood serves as chairwoman of the 11-member chamber. The honor she received is given to a person who participates in the chamber’s ambassador program, assists with membership retention, volunteers for chamber activities and networking events, and actively advocates for the chamber, according to the source.

“I’m glad that Amy’s Attic Self Storage allows me time to serve as an ambassador to help the community and the chamber,” Sherwood said. “Our motto here at Amy’s Attic Self Storage is ‘caring people serving a great community,’ and that’s what I do as an ambassador.”

Other awards given in the annual chamber program include Colleague of the Year, Junior Ambassador of the Year, Large Business of the Year, Outstanding Community Partner, Small Business of the Year and Tourism Partner of the Year.

Founded in 2004, Amy’s Attic operates seven facilities in Belton, Copperas Cove, Harker Heights, Killeen, Morgan’s Point Resort, Salado and Temple, Texas. It also has a new location under development in Waco, Texas.

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