StoreSmart Self Storage Named Among Red Deer's Best

Red Deer, Alberta, 18 June 2008 - StoreSmart Self Storage was honored to be named among Red Deer’s Best Storage Rental Operators in the Best of Red Deer, 2008 Readers’ Choice Awards, published by the Red Deer Express.

Each year, the Red Deer Express conducts a poll inviting its readership to submit its choice for best business in a host of categories including: best food, retailers, entertainment, places, people, and services. Rather than simply selecting from a list of options, readers must complete the ballot by writing in their choice for best in business. The ballots are then submitted to the Red Deer Express, which tallies the results and publishes the winners.

“Given that we’re still in our first year of business, we’re absolutely thrilled to be named among the best in the business. We’ve put a great deal of emphasis on customer service and to be recognized for our efforts is really rewarding,” said Kim Sterling, President & COO of StoreSmart.

“We have strong ties to the community through our local involvement, so to actually be selected by the people of that community means a great deal. Our goal for this next year is to see where we can continue to improve. We’re passionate about the self-storage business and are absolutely committed to top quality customer care and to our community,” she added.

StoreSmart Self Storage has been in operation since June of 2007 and is Red Deer’s newest self-storage center. Its state-of-the-art facilities, conveniently located in Gasoline Alley, provide residential and commercial storage solutions for individuals and businesses in Red Deer and Central Alberta.

Over the past year, StoreSmart Self Storage has been involved with numerous community groups such as the Red Deer Christmas Bureau, the Festival of Trees, the Red Deer MS Society, the Sutter Fund, the Red Deer Chamber of Commerce, and the Alberta Sports Hall of Fame. In April of 2008, StoreSmart Self Storage announced the launch of its Goodwill Unit to assist local individuals and families in need.

Kim Sterling
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