Farmington Hills, MI (PRWEB) February 27, 2014
Find Local Storage (http://www.findlocalstorage.com) (“FLS”), a self-storage search engine, is pleased to announce it has hired Brian Cohen as the National Director of Sales. Brian will work out of the Farmington Hills, Michigan office and will be charged with securing new accounts for the first industry-owned self-storage aggregator.
“This hire became critical based on the high level of participation we have enjoyed in the early stages of Find Local Storage,” said David Cramer of Find Local Storage. “Brian brings years of experience and a well-developed skill set to our organization. This position will not only be instrumental in the growth of FLS, but also in the management of current and future participants”, Cramer added.
FLS’s vision is to empower self-storage owners and operators to generate their own leads collaboratively through a single consumer destination and shopping experience, thereby reducing the reliance on third-party aggregators. Twenty-five self-storage operators collectively own and operate FLS, with new participating locations being added on a daily basis.
Brian Cohen will oversee all sales efforts and work with the support team to make sure the implementation and results are optimal.
In order to learn more about FLS, please visit http://www.findlocalstorage.com or email at press(at)findlocalstorage(dot)com.
About Find Local Storage (FLS)
Consumers and storage operators have spoken, and FLS listened. Founded in 2013, FLS is owned and operated by a consortium of some of the industry’s most respected and longest standing storage facility owners. FLS is a lead generation platform, built for the purpose of creating rental opportunities for participating self-storage operators, decreasing the reliance of the industry on third party lead sources, and creating a unique and innovative direct to consumer shopping experience. FLS offers storage operators an opportunity to control their own marketing destiny, and consumer the opportunity to Find Local Storage.