SpareFoot Launches College Mini-Fridge Social Giveaway During Peak Moving Season

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SpareFoot is giving away the ultimate college mini-fridge to one lucky winner on Facebook.

Austin tech startup SpareFoot, the self-storage finder, is making college move-out season fun by giving away The Ultimate Mini-Fridge on Facebook. Storage reservations in college towns made up 16% of total SpareFoot bookings in May-July last year, so SpareFoot is launching this giveaway to reach the student audience on a variety of social media channels.

During the summer months, students are often in-between leases, studying abroad or interning out of town. To encourage them through this transitional time, one lucky student will win a retro-inspired fridge designed by Nostalgia Electrics, featuring custom SpareFoot decals and loaded full of Monster energy drinks.

“We’re big fans of Monster in the office, and thought this would be a fun way to help all the stressed and exhausted students during this hectic time of year," said SpareFoot founder and CEO Chuck Gordon.

The giveaway entry platform is hosted by Rafflecopter on the SpareFoot Facebook page. Entrants can gain points toward additional entries into the drawing by liking SpareFoot on Facebook, following and tweeting @SpareFoot on Twitter, subscribing to The SpareFoot Blog, and visiting the SpareFoot Google+ page.

The winner will be randomly selected and announced on May 31.

SpareFoot, based in Austin, TX, makes renting self-storage easy. Our free marketplace lets customers find and reserve storage units online. We have the largest inventory of storage units in the U.S., with a network of more than 6,500 facilities, ranging from mom-and-pop to publicly traded REIT. We reach millions of people who need storage through exclusive partnerships with brands like, and Penske Truck Rental. SpareFoot brings consumers and facilities together to deliver the most convenient and enjoyable storage experience possible online, offline and via mobile.

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