Nevada Self-Storage Operators Get Specialized Info at the ISS Summer Expo

Nevada self-storage operators can get essential operational information for their businesses at the Inside Self-Storage Summer Expo in Reno-Tahoe, Nev., July 26, 2007.

Nevada self-storage operators can now get essential operational information specific to their businesses at the Inside Self-Storage Summer Expo in Reno-Tahoe, Nev. Ken Weiner, president of the Nevada Self Storage Association, and Nate Hunterton, an NVSSA Board Member, will deliver a presentation titled What Nevada Storage Operators Need to Know on Thursday, July 26, 2007, at 9 a.m. The session will bring attendees up to date on the latest factors influencing self-storage in the state including taxation, lien laws, zoning issues, and population and job growth.
 
Weiner is also the president of JK Investment Properties, which purchases and manages quality commercial real estate, offering investment opportunities. He can be reached at [email protected]. Hunterton is part of the CB Richard Ellis Self Storage Advisory Group, which represents self-storage buyers and sellers. He can be reached at [email protected]. For information about the NVSSA, visit www.nv-ssa.org.
 
The ISS Summer Expo, July 24-27, 2007, is designed for self-storage owners, operators, managers, developers, investors and suppliers. It comprises four days of educational seminars, vendor exhibits, discussion forums and networking opportunities. It will take place at the Atlantis Casino Resort & Spa and Reno-Sparks Convention Center. For event details and to register, call 866.230.2311 or visit www.insideselfstorage.com/expo.
 
The Expo is sponsored by Inside Self-Storage magazine, a monthly publication dedicated to the needs of the industry. The company has provided self-storage education and information for more than 16 years. For information and to view an online edition, visit www.insideselfstorage.com.

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