Storage Business Owners Alliance (SBOA) To Host “How To” Webinar For Small To Medium-Sized Self-Storage Operators

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Webinar to provide step-by-step guidance on how to utilize SBOA website for expense savings and revenue enhancements

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The Storage Business Owners Alliance LLC (SBOA), an organization which enables small- to medium-sized self storage owners and operators to decrease operating expenses and increase profitability, will host a “how to” Webinar on Wednesday, April 14 at 2:00 PM EDT.

The 30-minute Webinar will demonstrate how owners and operators can navigate the automated features of the easy-to-use SBOA website,, in order to gain access to savings from dozens of vendors, through pre-negotiated deals with the SBOA. The website also includes several options for revenue enhancement, with the overall goal of increased profitability for SBOA Members.

“We are thrilled that in just 45 days of operations since our launch in mid-February, the SBOA now boasts more than 270 member-facilities,” said Morgan Hanlon, co-founder, SBOA. “Along with the organization’s growing membership, we’ve been regularly adding new vendors and specials to our offerings.”

By leveraging the combined “strength in numbers” of its membership, SBOA members enjoy enhanced buying power previously available to only the largest companies in the industry. SBOA members save on everyday expense items such as office supplies, credit card processing fees, and payroll processing, as well as expense items more specific to the self storage industry such as retail supplies for resale.

The SBOA was founded by Morgan Hanlon, Ian Burnstein and David M. Levenfeld, owners and operators of multiple self storage facilities, who realized an industry need for small- to medium-sized owners to band together to better compete with the larger storage companies.

Enrollment in the SBOA is open to any self storage facility owner or operator. For more information on the SBOA, to join, or to register for the April 14 Webinar, please visit or call 508-425-7111.


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