In the past month a few of our employees have made it in the local newspaper!
We’re proud to announce that Paul Bates, our Digital Analytics Manager for All Aboard Properties, made the news for being a Daytona Beach News-Journal’s 40 Under 40 Honoree! The banquet honoring all 40 Under 40 honorees was held at The Shores Resort in Daytona Beach Shores where CEO Andy Clark attended in support of Paul.
The 40 Under 40 honor is a selection by the staff at Daytona Beach News-Journal for 40 people under the age of 40 years old for their accomplishments professionally and in the community based on nominations from readers and staff.
Also in the news recently were two employees including Cheryl Langley who recently received a promotion to Property Manager of All Aboard Storage Ormond Depot and the announcement of our new hire Susan Winters as a Property Co-Manager.
We strive to create a feeling of giving back in our employees by encouraging community service and holding events such as our Feeding Children Everywhere. Having employees that want to make their community a better place to live is a high priority to us, because employees that care about their job, care about our customers.
Again, congratulations to our employees and we look forward to many more announcements like this!
Port Orange, FL – Local family-owned company, All Aboard Storage that specializes in self-storage in the Daytona Beach area, has once again pushed the limits of what was thought possible in self-storage industry with new plans on the microscale – miniature storage.
If memory serves, last year All Aboard Storage broadened their horizons with the “Lunar Self-Storage Initiative” to complete construction of their storage units on the moon.
In recent news, however, CEO Andy Clark announced a strategic push for his company to open one storage facility per year to keep expanding the reach of the All Aboard Storage brand. In light of this new development of micro-storage facilities, he commented:
“Being the leader in the self-storage arena comes with the expectation to always push the possibilities of what we can accomplish. With our lunar initiative and the grand scale of space, it only felt natural to consider the opportunities in the opposite direction on the nano-scale for self-storage.”
Storage units on the micro-scale you say? With current advances in technology, “nano-assets” as they are being called, have opened several new exciting fields for work occupations as well as breakthroughs in the travel industry. Considering these recent headlines, it makes sense:
Tesla Motors & Toyota Join Forces on MicroSUVs
Shortage of Nano-Pilots Met by Nano-Degrees
Human Lifespan Increases: Tiny Robot Doctors Hailed
Medical Field Revolutionized By Nano Doctors
Small Travel Booming in a Big Way
Innerspace Tops Travel 3 Years Running
UPS to Test Cellular Deliveries
1 in 20 Nano-Commuting to Work
Where are people going turn when they need to safely and securely store these nano-assets they’re using for work and play? People are already beginning to cry out for a place to put these valuables that include specialized robots, vehicles, tools, and now micro-toys whose equivalents are the boats & RVs in our macro world.
CFO of All Aboard Properties, Michael Polito, commented – “We want to be ahead of this next wave of customer demand. Running the numbers, the current self-storage market supports 7 square feet of storage space per person living in the area. On the small scale, the numbers shrink to 7 square micrometers per person which is very exciting. We could open 10 micro-depots in the span of a week that fit on the tip of your finger.”
Public demand for all things small has exploded with shows like Tiny Houses, MicroPawn Stars, and even local tastes are changing with Krispy Kreme releasing tiny versions of their popular donuts that boast big taste:
While they aren’t releasing details on how storage auctions will work on the micro-scale, inside sources revealed the possibility of pocket units you could theoretically carry with you wherever you go.
Parent company All Aboard Properties, long known for its community service efforts, was (maybe not coincidentally) in the news for its successful efforts on the cleanup of the microscopic pollution spill near Port Orange. When asked how All Aboard was able to quickly deploy so many nano-assets to complete the cleanup CEO Andy Clark smiled and commented “We have several tools at our disposal and we always try to keep an ace in our pocket at all times.”