Storage Post Self Storage Reaches Out to New Orleans After Hurricane Isaac

Sep 07, 2012, 10:00 ET from Storage Post Self Storage

ATLANTA, Sept. 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Storage Post Self Storage has reached out to the New Orleans community with special pricing for people affected by Hurricane Isaac. The company announced the pricing via email and posted information on its website.

Hurricane Isaac caused flooding throughout the coastline of Louisiana, with some areas receiving more rainfall from Isaac than from Hurricane Katrina. With six storage facilities in Louisiana, Storage Post carefully followed weather updates and sent frequent informational notices to its customers and employees. Storage Post is offering reduced rates on storage units to ensure that people have a safe and dry place to keep their belongings.

"This is a difficult time for our employees and customers in New Orleans, especially since the storm struck so close to the anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Our thoughts are with the people of Louisiana as they recover from the flooding and power outages," said Storage Post Chief Operating Officer Jack Chaney.

Storage Post is known for its culture of giving back, with a history of charitable giving and community involvement.  The company supports its local neighborhoods by sponsoring charities and events throughout the year. To learn more about Storage Post's community participation, visit

About Storage Post

Headquartered in Atlanta, GA, Storage Post is a leading self storage company that focuses on quality products, operational excellence and positive customer service. Storage Post has locations along the East Coast and throughout the South, and is actively pursuing self storage acquisitions. For more information on Storage Post acquisitions and its executive leadership team, visit

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