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.
Paul Bates has worked at All Aboard Properties for just over a year and his story was featured in the Volusia & Flagler Business Report:
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!
Our CEO, Andy Clark, was in the Sunday edition of the Daytona Beach News-Journal with a large article right on the front page of the business section!
The tagline reads “Getting the job done: Keys to business success” and a title of “Clark sees growing demand for self-storage centers”. The article talks briefly about the purchase of the S.R. Perrott beverage distribution facility in Ormond Beach, which will soon be a local All Aboard Storage facility.
Business writer, Bob Koslow, gets into the Clark family history with Andy of being in the self-storage industry and has several key questions from past and future family business ventures. Check out the article at the Daytona Beach News-Journal:
Topics covered include:
- How did your family get into the self-storage business?
- With 15 facilities, are you the dominant self-storage company in Volusia County?
- Is the self-storage industry closely tied to the home real estate market?
- Have you seen demand rise locally?
- What’s your growth goal?
- Why add another Ormond Beach location?
- A comparison of the S.R. Perrott renovation and the Sunshine Park Mall project.
- When will storage space at your newest Ormond Beach location be ready to rent?
Here at All Aboard Storage, we’re continually improving our processes and making sure our customers are served to the best of our abilities. Do a search for a local All Aboard Storage near you and reserve a unit from the comfort of home!
We have future plans for more local storage, but we always keep customer service as the foundation of our company.
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Andy Clark made it in the business section of the Daytona Beach News-Journal in recent weeks as the buyer of the old S.R. Perott building in Ormond Beach.
Buyer found for old S.R. Perrott site: Ex-beverage distribution center on Granada could become All Aboard Storage center
Vacant warehouse on Granada could become All Aboard Storage
ORMOND BEACH — The owner of a Port Orange-based chain of self-service storage centers has agreed to purchase the former S.R. Perrott beverage distribution center property off Granada Boulevard.
The purchase, which is pending city approval of a request to rezone the property, is for two adjoining parcels totaling 3.4 acres on the north side of West Granada Boulevard, on the west side of North Perrott Drive, just east of the railroad tracks.
The property includes a 40,000-square-foot warehouse that was vacated by S.R. Perrott last year after its operations were moved into a new 90,000-square-foot complex along U.S. 1, as well as an attached two-story 6,000-square-foot office building that fronts Granada and that continues to serve as headquarters for the beverage distribution company.
Read More: http://www.news-journalonline.com/article/20150604/BUSINESS/150609750/