As a 2012 Best of Business winner, the CSSA will be honored at a special ceremony held during the Inside Self Storage World Expo to be held in Las Vegas, April 3-5, 2013. The association will also be profiled in an upcoming issue of Inside Self Storage magazine.
“We are truly honored, especially after also being named Best Association last year,” says California Self Storage Association Executive Director Erin King. “We believe that this is a huge accomplishment for the association and all of our members.”
After receiving the award in 2011, the CSSA was inspired to put together a book of the best practices employed by its members. Titled Greetings from California: Best Practices of the California Self Storage Association, the book features 17 chapters of exceptional operational information for the self-storage industry—no matter what state you are located in. Published by MiniCo, is available at www.ministoragemessenger.com.
Since its inception in 2002, the CSSA has worked hard to strengthen its legislative effectiveness and provide its members with a valuable platform of benefits. “The CSSA has many exciting projects in the pipeline, says King. “In 2013, we plan to offer a new package of operational forms to our members along with a customized employment handbook based on our members’ portfolio size. The handbook will also offer legal updates to our members on an annual basis.”
To learn more about the CSSA, please visit www.californiaselfstorage.org .
About The California Self-Storage Association
Founded in 2002, the California Self Storage Association (CSSA) is the state not-for-profit trade organization dedicated to serving the California Self-Storage industry including owner-operators, facility managers and industry vendors. The CSSA represents some 450 direct member companies that own and operate over 1,200 facilities in California. CSSA direct members range from individual facility owner-operators to multiple-facility operations, to the industry's largest publicly traded Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs).