DENVER, March 27, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Closetbox, a full-service storage company, announced today that it will bring its innovative valet storage service to the Bay Area with the recent launch of the San Francisco, Oakland and San Jose markets. The Denver, Colorado-based startup has expanded quickly due to its unique business model that allows customers to store items without leaving the comfort of their home. Professional movers pick up storage items at customers' door free of charge and store them in a secure, climate-controlled facility.
"Since introducing our services to San Francisco, the demand has been immediate, and we are pleased to have expanded our services across the entire Bay Area with the October 2016 launch into Oakland and San Jose." said Marcus Mollmann, Founder & CEO of Closetbox.
All storage items are tracked, organized, and inventoried on a private online dashboard, complete with the option of adding photos, labels, and tags for each item making return delivery simple.
"Closetbox continues to emerge as a storage industry leader and with the addition of Chicago, we now offer our signature valet self-storage to more than 65 markets across the country," said Mollmann.
For more information, visit: www.closetbox.com
Closetbox is a full-service storage company that offers free pickup and on-demand return delivery of customers' items with secure storage in a local warehouse. Founded in 2014 by Marcus Mollmann and headquartered in Denver, CO, the company is backed by venture capital and offers an efficient and cost effective solution to storage. Each customer has access to a personalized, online dashboard that includes an inventory of their belongings—allowing customers to request any or all items to be returned within a few days. Closetbox serves 64 markets across 24 states and will continue its market expansion through 2017. To learn more, visit www.closetbox.com.
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