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Global Self Storage CEO to Ring Nasdaq Closing Bell on Oct. 5

October 5, 2022

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Global Self Storage CEO to Ring Nasdaq Closing Bell on Oct. 5

Global Self Storage Inc., a publicly traded self-storage real estate investment trust (REIT), will celebrate its sixth anniversary on Nasdaq on Wednesday by ringing the market’s closing bell. CEO Mark C. Winmill will speak prior to closing the day’s trading at 4 p.m. He’ll be joined on the platform by other members of the Global team, according to a press release.

“We are honored to celebrate our six-year anniversary on Nasdaq, and recognize the many amazing milestones our talented Global Self Storage team has achieved over the years,” Winmill said. “We have nearly doubled our number of self-storage properties and expanded across three states, all while increasing our cash flows and stockholder dividend.”

Global grew its dividend to common stockholders last month by 11.5%, which increased its quarterly dividend distribution to $0.29 per share on an annualized basis, the release stated.

A live feed of the ceremony will be available for viewing beginning at 9:52 p.m. ET at https://livestream.com/nasdaq/live. The bell-ringing will be broadcast live across major news networks including Bloomberg TV, CNBC and Fox Business News, as well as on the Nasdaq Tower in Times Square, New York.

Founded in 1983, Global is a self-administered and -managed REIT that specializes in the acquisition, development, operation, ownership and redevelopment of storage facilities in the United States. Through its wholly owned subsidiaries, it owns 13 properties in Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and South Carolina. The company changed its name from Self Storage Group Inc. in January 2016.

Source: Accesswire, Global Self Storage to Ring Nasdaq Closing Bell on October 5

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