Pre-Registration Rates End Friday for the ISS Expo in D.C.

The discount pre-registration rates for the <strong>Inside Self-Storage World Expo</strong> in Washington, D.C., expire on Oct. 2.

The discount pre-registration rates for the Inside Self-Storage World Expo in Washington, D.C., expire on Oct. 2. The event will take place at the Gaylord National Resort & Convention Center during Oct. 5-8. By registering before Friday, attendees will save $70 on the Education Package and $15 on the Expo-Hall Package. They’ll also save between $45 and $70 on each of four add-on intensive workshops: 

  • Sales and Marketing Boot Camp, presented by Tom Litton
  • Legal Learning Live, presented by Jeffrey Greenberger
  • Developers Seminar, presented by RK Kliebenstein
  • Management Workshop, presented by Joe Niemczyk

The Education Package includes access to 27 educational seminars, the exhibit hall, and five networking events. The show’s exhibit hall will feature more than 70 of the self-storage industry’s top suppliers representing a highly diverse range of products and services.
Created for self-storage owners, managers, developers, investors and suppliers, the ISS Expo comprises four days of educational seminars, product and service exhibits, and networking opportunities. With a theme of “Today’s Challenges Are Tomorrow’s Profit,” the event focuses on strategies for generating revenue and perfecting business branding in a demanding economic environment. 
To learn more and take advantage of early-bird registration rates, visit

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