Reno, NV (PRWEB) September 21, 2012
This October, America’s fastest growing website for self storage auction hunters, StorageTreasures.com, will introduce an educational video training series for storage auction hunters, pickers and garage sale resellers. The free how-to educational video series will feature several Storage Wars cast members, including Dan and Laura Dotson of American Auctioneers. As part of the launch, the company is also offering $200 in start-up funding to those looking to get into the storage auction business. In addition to helping would-be storage auction hunters get started, the company sees the $200 offer as a way to assist those who have fallen on hard times financially. To be eligible to receive the $200 in start-up funding, interested parties can sign up for a free account at StorageTreasures.com and submit their entry by posting on the site's forum here: http://www.storagetreasures.com/forum/Storage-Auction-Start-Up-Fund/74/
"In the storage auction game, with some hard work someone can turn $200 in to $500 and then turn that $500 into $1000," said StorageTreasures.com President and Founder Lance Watkins. “You just have to do your homework, avoid costly mistakes, learn how to bid properly and have the motivation to succeed. StorageTreasures.com has always armed would-be storage auction hunters with the knowledge to succeed. Now we're putting up some start-up funds to help them get rolling!"
StorageTreasures.com is a free self-storage unit auctions locator and self-storage finder covering the US and Canada. StorageTreasures.com offers comprehensive storage auction schedules, site specific guidelines and educational resources for auction hunters and facility owners throughout the US and Canada. StorageTreasures.com is partnered with industry leaders to develop best practices that ensure storage auctions are conducted within the law and that facility owners, tenants, buyers, and auctioneers are protected. More information about StorageTreasures.com can be found at StorageTreasures.com or by calling 1.800.213.4183.