Phoenix, AZ, September 23, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- In today’s economic climate, RV and boat storage continues to offer self‑storage facility owners opportunities to grow their businesses and bring in revenue. On September 30, 2009, two respected self-storage professionals will present "A Change in Course: Boat & RV Storage is a Good Direction," a free webinar for self-storage professionals sponsored by Mako Steel, Inc., and hosted by MiniCo Publishing.
During the webinar, Mako President Caesar Wright and Vice President of Eastern Operations L. Bruce McCardle will provide information about navigating the development process to include land requirements, construction trends, costs, financing and other factors involved in building an RV and boat storage facility. Topics will include the following:
· Get Your Bearings: a realistic look at facts and figures
· The High Ground: maximizing land utilization
· Watch Your Ballast: the amenities customers really want
· Don’t Get Dinghy: construction trends that won’t sink your budget
· Keep Your Hands on the Wheel: navigating through construction costs
The webinar will be moderated by Poppy Behrens, Publisher, MiniCo Publishing, as part of the ongoing Mini-Storage Messenger Self-Storage Webinar Series, which offers informative monthly webinars free of charge to self-storage professionals and other individuals. For more information or to register, visit www.ministoragemessenger.com. Online registration is required for this free live event.
MiniCo Publishing, a division of MiniCo, Inc., publishes the “Mini-Storage Messenger,” the leading monthly trade magazine covering the global self-storage industry. Other publications include “Self-Storage Now!,” “Mobile Self-Storage Magazine,” “RV & Boat Storage Today,” “Self‑Storage Canada,” the “Self-Storage Almanac,” the “Self-Storage Development Handbook,” and the “Self‑Storage Buyer’s Guide.”
Since 1974, Phoenix-based MiniCo, Inc. has been a self-storage leader providing superior specialty insurance programs, informative publications and valuable products and services created expressly for the self‑storage industry.