Folsom Self Storage in CA Wins Best of the Best Award From Local Newspaper

Folsom Self Storage in Folsom, Calif., was recently named “Best Storage Facility” in the 2015 “Best of the Best” reader-choice poll sponsored by local newspaper “The Folsom Telegraph.” The annual survey asks readers to choose their favorite companies within several primary categories: automotive, beauty, best overall, entertainment, family, food and drink, health and wellness, home and garden (which includes self-storage), pets, services, and retail. Voting took place on the newpaper website through April 30, and winners were announced earlier this month.

Folsom Self Storage in Folsom, Calif., was recently named “Best Storage Facility” in the 2015 “Best of the Best” reader-choice poll sponsored by local newspaper “The Folsom Telegraph.” The annual survey asks readers to choose their favorite companies within several primary categories: automotive, beauty, best overall, entertainment, family, food and drink, health and wellness, home and garden (which includes self-storage), pets, services, and retail. Voting took place on the newpaper website through April 30, and winners were announced earlier this month.

This is the third time Folsom Self Storage has won in its category. This year’s win was special because the facility’s tenants made it happen, resident manager Christine Glynn told the source.

“We have the most wonderful tenants in all of Folsom. Everyone seems to be like a family,” said Glynn, who knows all her customers by name and has been the facility’s manager for 14 years, according to the source. “They’re here for a reason. It’s a beautiful facility that’s very secure and clean. We have never had a break-in and we’re very, very proud of that.”

Opened in 1990, Folsom Self Storage has nearly 700 ground-level storage units. The property at 600 Nesmith Court also offers boat and RV storage. Security features include individually alarmed units and video cameras.

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