SpareFoot Donates Storage Space to Victims of Tornadoes in Oklahoma City Area

May 21, 2013

Self-Storage Marketplace Offers Up to $100 Toward Storage Rental.

Austin, TX (PRWEB) May 21, 2013

Self-storage marketplace SpareFoot is offering relief to those affected by the devastating tornadoes in the Oklahoma City area. The Austin, TX-based company will donate a month of storage to businesses, families and individuals who need temporary space to store and protect their belongings in the aftermath of the tornadoes.

SpareFoot will mail a check to cover a victim´s first month of self-storage rent (up to $100). The check will cover rental of a storage unit within a 50-mile radius of Oklahoma City, OK. Customers must move in by June 21, 2013. Additional details about the offer are available on the SpareFoot website.

“The images of the destruction in the Oklahoma City area are heartbreaking. Our thoughts go out to the communities in this region that felt Mother Nature´s wrath,” SpareFoot CEO Chuck Gordon said. “While human lives obviously are the most important consideration in a situation like this, we at SpareFoot hope our offer of free storage space can help people in the Oklahoma City area recover from these powerful tornadoes.”

About SpareFoot

SpareFoot, based in Austin, TX, makes renting self-storage easy. Our free marketplace lets customers find and reserve storage units online. We have the largest inventory of storage units in the U.S., with a network of more than 6,500 facilities, ranging from mom-and-pop to publicly traded REIT. We reach millions of people who need storage through exclusive partnerships with brands like SelfStorage.com, Apartments.com and Penske Truck Rental. SpareFoot brings consumers and facilities together to deliver the most convenient and enjoyable storage experience possible online, offline and via mobile.

For more information, visit http://www.sparefoot.com.

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