Safeguard Teams up with Self Storage Finders

20 May 2010 by

Safeguard has teamed up with Self Storage Finders to market their 59 facilities to the thousands of visitors who frequent Self Storage Finders website each month. After testing 15 of their facilities in the New Orleans and Philadelphia area for the past 3 months, Safeguard’s Vice President of Operational Initiatives Kurt Kleindienst gave the go ahead for Safeguard to place their remaining facilities on Self Storage Finders.

The testing yielded favorable results according to Kleindienst, “At Safeguard Self Storage, our mission is to lead the self storage industry in product quality, service and value—which means we need to connect with as many people as possible who are looking for self storage. provides an efficient way for us to reach people when they are seeking solutions for their storage needs. We look forward to assisting each individual who comes to us through to find the storage solution that suit their unique situation. And with the recent upgrades to our website that allows current customers to make their payments online and for new customers to obtain rental rates and specials and to reserve or rent online we are really excited about is opportunity.”

Self Storage Finders is excited about this new partnership and hopes that the added presence of Safeguard to the site will potential renters experience on the website and solidify Self Storage Finder as a trusted household name in the storage industry.

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  • It is indeed understandable that some of us really hold a lot of stuff. It is funny to think that most of our old belongings are still found inside our house. How will you manage this?

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