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U-Store-It Offers Military Deployment Discount

U-Store-It is offering a military discount to new self-storage customers who've been deployed.

U-Store-It is offering a military discount to new self-storage customers who've been deployed.

Military soldiers can receive a 50 percent discount off their rental rate at any U-Store-It facility nationwide for the duration of their deployment. Other active military members can receive a 20 percent discount.

Military personnel must present a copy of deployment orders and military ID when renting a unit. Other active military personnel need only show a current military ID for the 20 percent discount.

U-Store-It has more than 350 locations nationwide, many located near U.S. military bases. Military personnel can use U-Store-It's online storage facility locator to find a location, search rates and reserve a storage unit.

"We want to support our military and offer a solution to help reduce their stress," says Dean Jernigan, CEO. "We hope these special discounts will make it easier for our troops to focus on their families and other deployment preparation as they get set to defend our country around the world. We value their service and appreciate their trust in our business to store their valuables until they return."

Source:  CNNMoney,  U-Store-It Extends Support to Troops With Military Discounts on Self-Storage

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