Newport Beach, CA, October 04, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- The California Self Storage Association (CSSA) is pleased to announce it will hold a Storage Olympics event at its 10th annual conference in San Diego on October 25, 2012. Sponsored by SpareFoot, proceeds of the event will benefit Kure It cancer research.
Held during the opening night reception, the CSSA Storage Olympics will feature “minute to win it” challenges such as Egg Zone, Chopstick Stack, Junk in the Trunk, and Hot Hoops Basketball, with points awarded for each game.
“This will be a unique sports competition event—much like ‘Minute to Win It’ on TV,” says CSSA Executive Director Erin King. “We will have an Opening Ceremony, after which there will be 10 sponsored tabletop ‘Olympic’ events.”
The event will conclude with an awards ceremony where the most skilled tabletop participants will receive Gold, Silver, or Bronze medals. Each enrolled conference attendee will receive three tickets to participate in the game of their choice, with additional tickets available for a donation of $10 each or three for $20.
For more information about participating or to sponsor an individual Olympic event, contact the California Self Storage Association at (949)783-4130 or visit www.californiaselfstorage.org.
About The California Self-Storage Association
Founded in 2002, the California Self Storage Association (CSSA) is the state’s not-for-profit trade organization dedicated to serving the California Self-Storage industry including owner-operators, facility managers and industry vendors. The CSSA represents some 450 direct member companies that own and operate over 1,200 facilities in California. CSSA direct members range from individual facility owner-operators to multiple-facility operations, to the industry's largest publicly traded Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs).
About Kure It
Kure It is a non-profit organization whose mission is to raise money for research specialists conducting innovative projects to better treat and ultimately cure kidney cancer and other underfunded malignancies. Founded by self-storage industry veteran Barry Hoeven, Kure It has raised over $1.3 million for research since 2007. In 2012, Kure It will award grants totaling $650,000. www.kureit.org
SpareFoot is the world's largest online marketplace for consumers to find and reserve self-storage units, with comparison shopping tools that show real-time availability and exclusive deals. The company also offers Web marketing solutions for storage facility owners and operators. Its AdNetwork tool helps facilities modernize their marketing and win new tenants online. SpareFoot AdNetwork listings get more traffic than any comparable directory, featuring software integration and ROI-proving analytics. http://sparefoot.com