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The Storage Acquisition Group Announces New Chief Marketing Officer

The Storage Acquisition Group (TSAG), a commercial real estate firm that specializes in self-storage transactions, appointed Melissa Shandor as chief marketing officer, effective immediately. In this role, she’ll be responsible for the company’s advertising, sponsorships, promotions, research, insights and digital marketing initiatives, according to a press release.

Shandor has experience in digital marketing and brand awareness, and a track record of launching and driving rapid growth in marketing. She previously served as director of marketing for CarePlex Orthopaedic Ambulatory Surgery Center and Tidewater Orthopaedics. She’ll be responsible for driving TSAG’s success through a layered marketing approach throughout its 30-plus markets, the release stated.

“We are excited to bring Melissa on board to continue our presence nationally and launch our initiative to expand internationally,” said Monty Spencer, CEO and president. “Since its inception in 2014, The Storage Acquisition Group has seen substantial growth, and bringing Melissa on board will support our expansion.”

TSAG is a division of Mid-Atlantic Commercial Real Estate. With brokers nationwide, the TSAG team can purchase properties prior to listing. The company represents one of the largest private owners of self-storage in the United States. Its investment fund has allocated more than $2 billion for the acquisition of self-storage.

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Economy Watch, The Storage Acquisition Group (TSAG) Announces New Chief Marketing Officer
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