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Self-Storage Buying Group SBOA Launches Online Marketplace to Serve All Industries

The executive team at Storage Business Owners Alliance LLC (SBOA), a buying group for the U.S. self-storage industry, has launched an online marketplace to serve all business types. The new Business Owners Alliance LLC (BOA) partners with larger companies to offer exclusive discounts to its clients and employees, according to a press release.

BOA vendor offers include credit card processing from International Bancard, HVAC equipment and maintenance services from Motili, short-term business financing through Credibly, employee-background services through Logi-Serve, home financing from Quicken Loans, and Web design and marketing services through Vivial. The marketplace also provides personal and business insurance, as well as PEO (professional employer organization) and payroll services through the SBOA brand, InsureGroup.

“Our goal is to help businesses improve efficiencies, reduce costs, eliminate the hassle of vetting vendors, and provide a full business-product and service marketplace at your fingertips,” said Jeniece Carter-Rae, CEO and co-founder of BOA. “We are enthusiastic about our newest partnership with Quicken Loans, which will add value not only for our members but their employees.”

SBOA members can take advantage of pre-negotiated discounts on goods and services from more than 20 preferred vendors, including SBOA Merchant Services and SBOA Tenant Insurance. The company has more than 3,000 member facilities.

Press Wire, The Storage Business Owners Alliance (SBOA) Launches Online Marketplace to Serve Other Industries

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