Simply Self Storage Hires Senior Vice President of Corporate Growth

Simply Self Storage (SSS), which owns or manages 192 self-storage facilities in the United States and Puerto Rico, has hired Joe Robinson as senior vice president of corporate growth. Prior to joining the company, he was vice president of pricing and marketing for Extra Space Storage Inc., a self-storage real estate investment trust. In this role, Robinson led the pricing, data-science/analytics teams and call center. His leadership was key in establishing a world-class pricing capability and driving marketing innovations through deep analytics, according to an SSS press release.

Simply Self Storage (SSS), which owns or manages 192 self-storage facilities in the United States and Puerto Rico, has hired Joe Robinson as senior vice president of corporate growth. Prior to joining the company, he was vice president of pricing and marketing for Extra Space Storage Inc., a self-storage real estate investment trust. In this role, Robinson led the pricing, data-science/analytics teams and call center. His leadership was key in establishing a world-class pricing capability and driving marketing innovations through deep analytics, according to an SSS press release.

Robinson has also held a variety of roles in finance and marketing at Deloitte, Dr. Pepper Snapple Group and FedEx Corp. He earned a Master of Business Administration from Rice University.

“Joe, with his experience in pricing and call-center management at Extra Space, was the last piece of the puzzle for Simply,” said Kurt O’Brien, CEO and company founder. “We are very excited for him to join our team in Orlando. We feel Simply is now well-positioned to outperform the market for many years to come.”

Since February, SSS has hired and promoted several key individuals as the company prepares for accelerated growth, according to a previous press release.

Headquartered in Orlando, Fla., SSS owns or manages facilities in 18 states and Puerto Rico. Its properties comprise 14.9 million square feet of storage space.

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