UNITS Moving and Portable Storage Celebrates Fall Grand Opening by Helping Local Veterans Prepare for Winter

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‘Fill A Unit’ Winter Clothing Drive in Partnership with Operation Stand Down Tennessee Helps Dozens of Local Veterans Stay Warm This Winter

Rick and Jill Thomson, owners, UNITS Moving and Portable Storage of Nashville

“The grand opening and clothing drive was a great success. The outpouring of support was wonderful to experience, and we continue to accept donations in support of our veterans and Operation Stand Down,” UNITS Moving and Portable Storage of Nashville co-owner Rick Thomson.

UNITS® Moving and Portable Storage of Nashville celebrated their grand opening September 20–23 with a successful clothing drive to “Fill a Unit” for local veterans in need of warm clothing this winter.

Partnering with Operation Stand Down Tennessee, an organization dedicated to helping veterans transition to civilian life, UNITS Moving and Portable Storage of Nashville collected dozens of pieces of winter clothing at both their new location (5207 Linbar Drive, #702, Antioch, Tennessee) on September 20 and at the Nashville Home Show September 21–23.

“The grand opening and clothing drive was a great success. The outpouring of support was wonderful to experience, and we continue to accept donations in support of our veterans and Operation Stand Down,” UNITS Moving and Portable Storage of Nashville co-owner Rick Thomson.

Grand opening festivities at UNITS Moving and Portable Storage of Nashville’s new, 20,000 square-foot warehouse included a ribbon-cutting ceremony with the Nashville Chamber of Commerce, a complimentary cocktail hour and a demonstration of the company’s Robo-Unit, a proprietary delivery system which can place containers in the tightest of spaces.

Thomson’s wife, and co-owner, Jill, was thrilled to see so many people turn out to welcome them to Nashville and help support the veteran community.

“Nashville is such an amazing place to be a small-business owner because of the terrific community support for its people and establishments. We’re very excited to service this market” she said.

With almost 100 people (and their stuff!) moving into the Nashville area every day, UNITS Moving and Portable Storage is ready to offer hyper-local service, high-quality storage containers and competitive pricing. More than 80 weather-resistant 16-foot containers featuring barn-style doors and all-steel construction can be stored on site or delivered to any location for easy, ground-level loading. Locals can store or move items with minimal shifting and placement of containers where competitors cannot.

For more details about the grand opening celebration, the “Fill a Unit” Winter Clothing Drive, and to learn more about UNITS Moving and Portable Storage, you can go online to UnitsStorage.com or on Facebook @UnitsofNashville.

ABOUT UNITS® Moving and Portable Storage
Established in 2004, UNITS® Moving and Portable Storage was founded by Michael McAlhany during the emerging moving and portable storage industry. The company's mission was to provide personal customer service and supply the most innovative and highest quality equipment. Nationwide UNITS® Moving and Portable Storage are locally-owned and operated and familiar with the communities they serve. UNITS® Moving and Portable Storage offers high-quality constructed containers featuring barn-style doors and all-steel construction. The UNITS® Moving and Portable Storage container is clean, weather-resistant, spacious and available in 16-ft. lengths. The UNITS® Moving and Portable Storage robotic delivery system is the most technologically advanced in the industry, virtually eliminating any shift in contents when lifting containers on and off transport vehicles. The container may be placed in a UNITS® Moving and Portable Storage service center or at the customers desired location, always at ground level for easy access. The national network of UNITS® Moving and Portable Storage and Service Centers currently services over 500 cities in North America with additional locations scheduled to open in 2018.

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