StoreRight Self Storage has hired Scott Kelly as director of operations. His responsibilities include streamlining operation and business procedures across the company’s growing portfolio as well as implementing directives to spur additional growth, officials said in a press release.
“Scott brings with him a wealth of experience, including 18 years of storage management on all levels,” said Matthew Clark, president. Kelly is also the 2016 president elect for the Florida Self Storage Association.
Since acquiring its first facility in 2011, Florida-based StoreRight set a goal of becoming a large regional player, according to the release. It recently acquired two facilities, growing its portfolio to 10 locations comprising more than 600,000 net rentable square feet.
"I couldn’t be more excited to partner with StoreRight. They have a sound business model and treat their facilities and staff like extended family,” Kelly said. “A once small, local company is well on the way to becoming a large player in the industry, and my job is to help facilitate that goal and the success of each acquisition along the way.”
Headquartered in Lakeland, StoreRight is actively seeking other acquisition opportunities. Its properties feature onsite managers, perimeter fencing, pest control, as well as video cameras and facility alarm systems for security. Locations also offer moving and packing supplies for sale.