Serenity Storage Has Purchased Clearwater Mini Storage, Camdenton, Missouri

Serenity Storage in Buffalo, Missouri has acquired its newest property in Camdenton, Missouri.

Buffalo, MO, August 22, 2011 --( Serenity Storage, headquartered in Buffalo, Missouri, has acquired its third self-storage property in Camdenton, Missouri. Clearwater Mini Storage has 131 storage units and is located at 3777 W. US Hwy 54, Camdenton, MO 65020.

The Clearwater property features well-made Trachte building construction, perimeter security gates and Digi-Gate security gate system. The property is paved and well-lit for additional security benefits. The buildings were constructed between 2005 and 2008 and represent excellent customer value for customers wishing to store items in Camdenton and the Lake of the Ozarks region.

Serenity Storage uses a property management system operated by U-Haul. This system will be used at the new Clearwater site and offers additional conveniences to its customers such as on-line bill payment and auto payment options using credit, debit or electronic check payment options.

"Serenity Storage serves its customers during times of transition as well as help its customers increase their living areas through self-storage. Business customers use our units to expand their business without expensive building expansions. We are excited to now serve new customers in the Camdenton area. We believe our experience and can-do attitude matched with a great property will be a powerful combination," said David Kolstedt, Treasurer and co-owner in the company.

About Serenity Storage:
Serenity Storage was established in 2007 and now operates the Buffalo property on US65, Pumpkin Center Property on Highway 73 North of Buffalo along with its newest property on US Hwy 54 in Camdenton. Serenity Storage offers traditional self-storage from small 5X10 units up to large RV and Boat Storage units. Serenity Storage now has 366 units across its three properties.

Martha Kolstedt, President
Serenity Storage Corporation

Serenity Storage Corporation
David Kolstedt
Martha Kolstedt, President