YardStash Solutions Announces Launch of the YardStash III Outdoor Storage Solution

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Space Constrained Consumers Just Say “No” to Plastic Storage Sheds

YardStash Solutions Inc., a nationwide provider of innovative outdoor storage products, announced the debut of their new YardStash III product for storing and organizing outdoor gear such as bicycles, tools, pool equipment and lawn mowers. An affordable, portable and space-saving outdoor storage solution, the YardStash III builds on the success of the company’s top selling and top rated YardStash II product. New and improved features in the next generation product include a full zip door for complete protection from Mother Nature, an industrial grade vinyl tarpaulin roof for long lasting durability and heavy duty polyester bonded to interior coating for total waterproof performance.

“The ongoing success of our products clearly proves that consumers are searching for affordable alternatives to plastic storage sheds,” said Van Barker, YardStash president. “The YardStash III is an exciting evolution of our product line and is ideal for storing bikes, tools and other outdoor gear in the tight spaces outside homes and apartments.”

Built from heavy duty, weatherproofed and UV protected materials, the YardStash III can be assembled and disassembled in less than 15 minutes and features a patented water shedding design and integrated rip-proof floor to keep bicycles and other gear fully protected from the elements. Further, the compact product includes a carrying bag for easy portability and is backed by an unconditional guarantee.

YardStash Solutions, a San Diego based company, is committed to developing affordable and high quality products that enable space constrained consumers such as apartment dwellers and RVers to store, protect and organize their outdoor gear and reclaim their outdoor living spaces.

For more information, call (888)315-1045 or visit http://www.yardstash.com.

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