Atlanta-based Storage Post Self Storage, an operator with facilities in Georgia, Louisiana and New York, reached out to customers this week by exhibiting at the Maspeth, N.Y., Chamber of Commerce Grand Avenue Festival. Storage Post featured an arcade-style basketball game in its booth and raffled off an Apple iPod nano.
The annual festival stretched eight blocks and featured nearly 500 vendors in addition to a variety of family friendly rides, attractions and food.
"Our employees actively seek opportunities to connect with the community, and we enjoy getting to know the people in the area," said Susie O'Connell, Storage Post vice president of communications. "At this event, we had an interactive game at our space to add to the family fun. It was truly an enjoyable and exciting event, and we thank everyone who stopped by our booth."
Storage Post officials said the company strives to have all of its locations take part in neighborhood events and support local businesses as part of its community outreach efforts.