News & Results

Storage Asset Management Makes Donation to Susan G. Komen for Fifth Year

Storage Asset Management (SAM) is pleased to announce that their managed facilities donated just over $2400 to the Susan G. Komen foundation. Storage Asset Management has also matched the donation bringing the total to just over $4800. The money was raised through an initiative during the month of October at all of SAM’s managed stores.  A portion of each sale of packing supplies at every store was donated to Susan G. Komen foundation.  The initiative was promoted at the individual store level as well as in each store’s community and on social media. This is the fifth year that SAM has been able to make a significant donation to the foundation.

SAM Donates to Susan Komen foundation

Susan G. Komen foundation focuses on breast cancer education, research, advocacy, health services and social support programs in the U.S.

“We are proud to make a considerable donation for the fifth year in a row to Susan Komen Foundation through this initiative. Our store managers have done a great job in promoting and placing importance on this effort every year. We appreciate their efforts,” said Alyssa Quill, Storage Asset Management’s CEO.

From The Blog

New PA Self Storage Lien Law – Effective 12/13/14

December 2, 2014

The Pennsylvania Self Storage Association has been busy working with state legislators to reform our lien law.  The PA Self-Service Storage Facility Act was made law in 1982, and defines the way we, as self storage owners and operators, need … Continued

Announcing our Quarter 1 2021 Results

May 21, 2021

The first quarter of 2021 proved to be a phenomenal start of the year for the self storage industry. SAM (Storage Asset Management) is proud to announce amazing results to kick off 2021. For the first quarter, SAM increased same … Continued

SAM Annual Meeting 2015 Recap

March 19, 2015

Every year Storage Asset Management holds an annual meeting that serves as an awards ceremony and mini-training session for property managers. Property managers from 11 states, ranging geographically from Florida to Connecticut attended.  The meeting kicked off with Jay Hoke, … Continued

Verified by MonsterInsights