Storage Asset Management (SAM), a third-party self-storage management company, hit a milestone this month by signing on its 200th property. The company now oversees stores in 28 states, according to a press release.
To celebrate, SAM staff completed random acts of kindness in the communities they serve. Corporate-office employees as well as property and district managers were given paid time to do good deeds. Such philanthropy aligns with the firm’s focus on making a local positive impact, the release stated.
“We are really proud of how SAM has grown. Our proven strategies and hard-working team have exponentially increased the number of managed stores, while maintaining our high standard for all our managed stores,” said Alyssa Quill, who co-founded the company with Jay Hoke in 2010, starting with 22 management contracts. “We’re especially proud of the team members who have grown with us. It’s been amazing to watch so many of them take on more responsibilities and become mentors for their peers. We appreciate all our clients in entrusting us to manage their self-storage facilities.”
Based in York, Pa., SAM is the fifth largest management company in the United States and the largest privately owned management company, company officials stated in the release. The firm has 400 employees.