Personal Mini Storage Assumes Management of Anastasia Storage Center

August 08 13:14 2017

ORLANDO, FL – 8 Aug, 2017 – Shader Brothers Corporation dba Personal Mini Storage Management, Central Florida’s largest family owned and operated self storage company, has just assumed management of Anastasia Storage Center, making this their 42nd location. Anastasia Storage Center, located in St. Augustine, Florida, will complement Personal Mini Storage’s other managed property in the area, 312 Self Storage.  

President Marc Smith states “We’re very excited to welcome Anastasia Storage Center to our family of managed projects.  This is our 42nd facility and our second in the Saint Augustine, Florida, area. We believe that the combination of the in-place physical characteristics of this well-maintained site coupled with our top-of-class management systems will bring new heights to this asset.”

Personal Mini Storage will be taking on all management components of Anastasia Storage Center, including, and not limited to, human resources, accounting, revenue management, sales and marketing, community involvement, and maintenance. Anastasia Storage Center currently has 568 units, and offers climate controlled and non-climate controlled units, as well as parking for boats, trailers and recreational vehicles. Personal Mini Storage will be working with the property to ensure that top of the line customer service, safety and maintenance is provided.

About Personal Mini Storage

Personal Mini Storage is operated by Laurie & Marc Smith and is Central Florida’s largest family owned storage operator.  In March 2017, Personal Mini Storage entered agreements to become National Storage Affiliates Trust eighth Participating Regional Operator. To find out more about Personal Mini Storage or to find the storage location nearest to you, visit www.personalministorage.com.

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