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ISS Vegas Expo Announces Winners of Switzer Football Giveaway

Hosts of the Inside Self-Storage Las Vegas Expo, Feb. 20-23, Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, announced the winners of its Barry Switzer football giveaway. Switzer is the show's keynote speaker.

The hosts of the Inside Self-Storage Las Vegas Expo, the industrys largest international conference and tradeshow, have announced the winners of its Barry Switzer football giveaway. Each will receive a football signed by Switzerlegendary football coach, current storage owner and the expos keynote speakerat the beginning of his presentation at Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino, Feb. 21, 2007, at 9 a.m.

Anyone who purchased an Expo Gold or Silver Registration Package by Jan. 31, 2007, was entered into a drawing to win one of the four prizes. The winners are:

  • Steve Johnson of Harbor Storage in Gig Harbor, Wash.
  • Diane Lyman of Storage Stables in Jackson, Wyo.
  • Cynthia Self of 2K Development Inc. in Lafayette, La.
  • Rajan Shamdasani of Bombay Investment Group in Cary, N.C.

The recipients will be offered front-row seating for the keynote speech, sponsored by Lawton, Okla.-based Cannon Storage Systems and Switzers Locker Room.

The ISS Vegas Expo is sponsored by Inside Self-Storage magazine, a monthly publication dedicated to the needs of industry owners, operators, managers, investors, developers and suppliers. The company has provided self-storage education and information for more than 16 years. For show information and to register, visit

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