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Lights, Cameras, Action! Allowing TV and Movie Crews to Film at Your Self-Storage Facility


Self-storage is used by lots of people for many reasons, so it’s only natural that our facilities would pop up in TV shows and movies; and we see them on screen often these days. Photographers, videographers, filmmakers, authors and other content creators are discovering the value of this environment. But while offering your property for artistic endeavors might be a great way to get into the spotlight and possibly generate revenue, there are important factors to consider such as safety risks, potential liability and business disruption.

In this thread on Self-Storage Talk, the industry’s largest online community, members are discussing the benefits and hazards involved with allowing people to film at their storage property. See what they have to say and add your thoughts. If your property ever been captured on camera for purposes other than advertising, please share that experience!

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