Omaha, NE (PRWEB) March 12, 2011
The 2011 1st Quarter Feature Listing Auction at USstoragesearch.com raised nearly $5,000 for Kure It, a non-profit organization dedicated to funding innovative kidney and other cancer research, thanks to the generosity and vigorous bidding by the USstoragesearch member base.
USstoragesearch.com conducts a quarterly auction for its members who wish to secure a featured listing. Having learned of Kure It last fall, USstoragesearch.com saw a perfect opportunity to use the quarterly auction as a way for the storage community to come together and support a worthy cause, which was started and is led by one of its members.
USstoragesearch.com will present a check to Kure It and Mr. Barry Hoeven, Founder of Kure It and President of Westport Properties, in Las Vegas at the Inside Self Storage Trade Show on March 15, 2011.
About Kure It
Kure It is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to funding innovative kidney and other cancer research. Kure It raises money from the private sector and redirects those funds, through competitive grants, to kidney and other cancer researchers conducting groundbreaking research projects to better treat and ultimately cure kidney and other cancers. Kure It’s goal is to lead the Self Storage Industry in the charge to raise $1 million for cancer research.
USstoragesearch.com is a trusted storage partner; serving the storage industry with aggressive and cost-effective Online Storage Marketing. Established in 2004, USstoragesearch.com is the self storage industry leader with the longest standing storage directory with the largest member base, featuring over 18,000 member facilities and more than 25 million storage units nationwide. Storage customers using the USstoragesearch.com online reservation network search real-time available storage units by facility location, unit size, property features and specials. Customers have an easy way to find, compare and securely reserve storage by credit card in minutes. These real-time reservations have been proven to convert to paying rentals for member facilities more than 90% of the time.
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