Storage Works Texas Launches New Interactive Website

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Fort Worth-based personal storage facility launches new interactive website with a moving and storage blog allowing tenets to learn valuable storage and moving tips.

Storage Works Texas, a locally owned and managed public storage unit facility located near Roanoke, Texas, offering climate controlled and non-climate controlled storage solutions, just launched their new content-rich interactive website featuring helpful storage and packing tips, an easy reserve-a-unit form, an interactive blog, and a seven unit size illustrated comparison chart.

This Roanoke-based storage facility was recently bought out and renamed Storage Works Texas by Paul Darden in November 2008, a well-known and respected dealmaker in the southwest and Texas storage brokerage, management, and development community. He started the marketing and branding efforts by renaming the facility for the road on which it is located, Storage Works Texas.

With his years of storage development and storage facility marketing experience, Darden instinctively knew the business needed a web presence to complement their other offline marketing efforts such as postcard offers. Less than a month after ownership changed hands Storage Works Texas contracted the services of Houston-based web design company.

Inovast Concepts. This is the third of three storage facility websites Inovast Concepts has created for the Paul Darden Company. They have also provided web designs and print collateral for known organizations and businesses such as the North Texas Polo Club, Nu Body of Dallas, Quest Logistics, and dozens of others since 1997. The design was created to consistently match Storage Works Texas onsite brand identity and signage.

The new website advertises a special offer coupon to new and potential Storage Works Texas storage residents, "get a free truck rental with move in." The coupon is downloadable and printable from Storage Works Texas' website. Along with many other differentiating amenities and benefits such as: no deposits, discounts for long term rental, late night and all day delivery acceptance, and seven days a week access, the facility is also planning for even more remodeling and improvements during 2009. Unlike many storage unit facilities in the Roanoke, Keller, Fort Worth area, Storage Works Texas also provides long term car, RV, boat, even limo storage.

Jim and Diana Giacomo are the onsite managers for Storage Works Texas and has been working at the storage property since November 2008. They have been in storage management for a number of years and have noticed a new stream of customers since the launch of the new interactive website and the marketing efforts surrounding it.

The website does not only act as as on online brochure, but also offers true value to potential customers or anyone wanting to research moving and storage in general. Several moving and storage tips appear on the website along with full blown articles on their blog with subjects such as: moving checklist, organizing clutter tips, and deciding what should stay and what should go. There are even plans to eventually add videos and guided tours to the website. In the mean time, Storage Works Texas' staff and management looks forward to pleasing their new customers and clients in 2009.

About Paul Darden Company:
Paul Darden, broker for Storage Works Texas, has been actively involved in real estate brokerage and development for twenty-five years in the Texas, Oklahoma, and Arizona markets. Darden has personally brokered over 130 self-storage facilities throughout the southwest to both national and regional self-storage operators. He is an active member of both the Texas Self Storage Association and the national Self Storage Association, as well as a member of several Chambers of Commerce including the Roanoke Chamber of Commerce. For more information on storage in the Roanoke, Fort Worth, Keller, Texas, area, visit http://www.StorageWorksTexas.com.

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