Columbia, MO (PRWEB) January 09, 2012
StorageMart set out on another quest to find out just how much stuff really fits into a self storage unit. In the second installment of the company’s “How Much Fits In a Storage Unit?” YouTube series, StorageMart answers the question, “How much bubble bath fits in a storage space?”
In honor of National Bubble Bath Day, which fell on January 8, 2012, the self storage company packed a storage space full of soap and other personal care items, which were then donated to the Hope House, a women’s shelter in Kansas City, Missouri.
So just how much bubble bath does fit in a storage unit? StorageMart has the answer.
A storage unit can hold:
- Enough soap for over 4,800 baths
- Over 10 miles of toilet paper
- 7,200 baby wipes
- 14,720 tissues
- And a good measure of at least 30 rubber duckies
To date, the “How Much Fits In a Storage Unit” series has filled self storage spaces with over 1,500 pounds of Thanksgiving dinner and in the company’s latest adventure, an immeasurable amount of bubbles. StorageMart has big plans for the video series in 2012, continuing to find interesting ways to fill storage units and donate to local charities.
StorageMart is a full-service self storage company, offering moving and packing supplies as well as clean and affordable storage units. The company owns and operates over 130 self storage properties in the U.S. and Canada. StorageMart funds the "Storagemart ScholarSmarts" program, which annually awards $10,000 in educational scholarships. The company partners with many local charities and non-profit organizations including Shoeman Water Projects, local humane societies and more.
About Hope House
Hope House provides shelter and comprehensive services to victims of domestic violence in the Kansas City metro area. The non-profit organization serves more than 10,000 victims of domestic violence every year. In addition to housing more than 122 women and children, providing a childcare center, therapy space and community training facility, the organization offers
- court and legal service
- a safe visitation center
- hospital-based advocacy
- on-call advocates who work with the local police department
- and domestic violence training programs for medical students, police officers, and social worker