- Together, we are better, stronger, and smarter than we are as individuals
- Independence and self-preservation.
- Care for the storage industry and its long-term sustainability
Each Owner Share represents membership of one store/facility in the co-op.
The services offered by the co-op are designed to benefit all your facilities equally (e.g. collective bargaining prices) and therefore the expectation is that all your stores be included.
Yes. We are always working to update our service offering. Please contact Bruce Heverly at firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
No, Storelocal believes in freedom of choice, and that each operator should design his/her own product mix required to run a successful business.
A co-operative ("co-op") is an autonomous association of persons or organizations who voluntarily cooperate for their mutual benefit
Yes, co-operatives are businesses that are owned and managed by the people who use their services.
The purpose of the co-op is to enable members who share a vision to work together and reach economies of scale.
Today, the co-op owns and operates a marketing company. The marketing company owns Storage Front, Storage Hounds, Storage Connection and has several key partnerships to enhance distribution of member inventory.
The co-op ‘s future services will be designed based on the collective needs of our members. Please seethis page for details
No transfer of interest is required to participate.
Most likely, you do! Here is a list of our current members:
- A1 Self Storage
- American Classic Self Storage
- Golden State Storage
- Metropolitan Investments
- National Self Storage
- Performance Self Storage Group
- RV Storage Depot
- San Diego Self Storage
- Security Public Storage
- Storage Direct
- Storage Mart
- Storage Outlet
- Storage Pro Inc
- Storage Solution
- Strat Property Management
- US Storage Centers
Yes, we have set 5,000 as the optimal size to have economies of scale and still provide customized services to our members.
We encourage you to talk to one of our members. Ask them about their involvement, vision, and overall experience participating in the co-op.