Columbia, MO (PRWEB) April 04, 2013
PhoneSmart, an off-site sales and reservation center answering self storage rental inquiries for more than 100 client companies and more than 800 individual properties in the United States, Canada and Mexico, announced today its latest partnerships with Kure It, a leading voice in kidney cancer awareness and research.
During the month of April, PhoneSmart will donate ten cents for each lead or reservation it generates, up to $1,250.00, for its clients that leads to the rent of a self storage unit.
“We want to show how much money can be raised for Kure It even when donating such a small amount at a time,” said PhoneSmart President Tron Jordheim. “It would be a busy month, but we can definitely rent the 12,500 storage units needed to meet our goal. We also hope to bring each of our clients into the network of Kure It supporters by making these pledges for each reservation we generate on their behalf.”
For more information on how you can help Kure-It in its mission to provide funding for innovation kidney cancer research, please visit http://www.kureit.org. To learn more about PhoneSmart and their services, please visit http://www.phone-smart.info
PhoneSmart was founded in the fall of 2000 to serve its parent company, StorageMart and to offer off-site sales support to other companies in the self storage and property management industries. PhoneSmart has become an experienced sales support and training company, bringing improved results to hundreds of client companies. PhoneSmart is constantly seeking ways to improve customer contact as well as sales and service results. Consequently, PhoneSmart clients benefit from being represented and trained by top-notch sales people.
The idea to establish Kure It came after Barry Hoeven was diagnosed with kidney cancer in 1998 while on a family vacation. Very soon after diagnosis, Barry began to compile information about his cancer including speaking with prominent specialists in the field. He recognized early on that there is a grave disconnect between the amount of people afflicted with kidney cancer and the amount of funding and research being conducted to find a cure. It became clear to him that more research needed to be done.
In April of 2007, Barry partnered with City of Hope to create a fund called Kure It! Kidney Cancer Research Fund, which raised over $400,000 with the help of friends, family and colleagues. In January 2010, all involved determined the time had come to establish Kure It, Inc. as an independent non-profit 501(c)(3) organization; allowing for a broader range of opportunities resulting in a greater impact.
Kure It’s goal is to be the leader in granting funds to kidney and other cancer researchers conducting innovative research projects to better treat and ultimately cure kidney and other orphan cancers.