“This brand new, by-the-box concept in self storage allows the ultimate flexibility with management of your personal items. It’s kind of like Netflix for your stuff.” - Dan Peck, CEO, ClutterFreeBox
Austin, Texas (PRWEB) May 19, 2010
Clutter Diet, Inc. announces its new, unique self-storage service that provides customers with personal help from a team of Professional Organizers online. Powered by an exclusive partnership with storage innovator ClutterFreeBox of North Carolina, the service provides by-the-box solutions for storing personal items with no long-term commitment and no obligations for one-size-fits-all storage.
“People have asked me why we’re promoting a storage service if we’re all about getting rid of clutter,” says Clutter Diet CEO Lorie Marrero. “Unlike the usual local self-storage options, which often become a personal annex of stashed belongings that are never seen again, this new option allows people who need extra room to be extremely selective and deliberate about what they’re keeping. Instead of being tempted to fill up a rented space, they can save a lot of money and have an indexed inventory of their boxes.” Marrero’s company has provided expert help online for the disorganized since 2006, and this unique partnership allows self-storage customers a month of free advice from a team of Certified Professional Organizers® via Clutter Diet’s online program.
“This brand new, by-the-box concept in self storage allows the ultimate flexibility with management of your personal items. It’s kind of like Netflix for your stuff,” says Dan Peck, CEO of ClutterFreeBox. “We’ve taken what consumers like about banking, shopping and booking travel on the Internet and brought the same ease, convenience and security to self-storage.”
Notably, the standard retrieval and return shipping can cost about the same or less than today’s airline baggage fees, making the service a convenient option for families traveling to the mountains or the beach with extra gear. The service also allows automated shipments of your items at scheduled intervals that customers specify.
The cost? As little as 99 cents per box per month, meaning big savings over conventional local self-storage units with large monthly fees. More pricing information can be found at http://www.clutterdietstorage.com.
About Lorie Marrero and Clutter Diet, Inc.
CEO, author and Certified Professional Organizer® Lorie Marrero is the creator of ClutterDiet.com, an innovative, affordable program that enables people to get organized with weekly project plans, video tutorials, searchable articles, a supportive member community and direct access to a team of Professional Organizers who provide online consulting seven days a week. Members can upload photos to get personal advice on decluttering their homes, and the program provides a place for people to “weigh-in” with their personal progress. For a monthly fee of $14.95, thousands of members in more than nine different countries have received support and advice that is a bargain compared to the standard Professional Organizer rate of $50-125 per hour in person.
Marrero has served as a spokesperson for Microsoft and Brother label makers, and she is a sought-after expert for national media such as CNBC, Good Housekeeping, WGN News and Woman's Day. Clutter Diet’s organizing products are sold online and in Container Store locations nationwide.
Marrero is the author of The Clutter Diet: The Skinny on Organizing Your Home and Taking Control of Your Life (an Amazon Kindle bestseller, #8 on the nonfiction list in 2009). She currently has a bylined article in the May 2010 commemorative 125th Anniversary issue of Good Housekeeping.
ClutterFreeBox™ is a unique storage system which is poised to redefine the $25 billion self-storage industry. ClutterFreeBox enables consumers and small business owners to store boxes of their personal items, manage those boxes through an easy-to-use, patent-pending web interface and retrieve the boxes without ever leaving their own homes. With a ‘no commitment’ policy, ClutterFreeBox is an ideal solution for anyone who needs extra storage for a couple of months, or a couple of years. The boxes are stored in a 100,000-square foot archive in Charlotte, NC, used by Fortune 500 companies to store their critical business documents. Additional information about ClutterFreeBox may be found at http://www.clutterfreebox.com.
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