U-Haul Offers 30 Days of Free Storage to Arkansas Residents Affected by Law Prohibiting Parking Cars, Boats and RVs on Grass

Jun 02, 2010, 15:53 ET from U-Haul

LITTLE ROCK, Ark., June 2 /PRNewswire/ -- The U-Haul Company of Arkansas is offering 30 days of free car, boat or RV storage to Arkansas residents who need to find storage for their car, boat or RV, due to a law that went into affect today that prohibits the parking of these vehicles on the grass.  The 30 days free car, boat or RV storage will be good with the purchase of at least one month of rental.

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Families needing more information about the 30-days-free self-storage assistance program should contact the U-Haul Company of Arkansas at 1-800-722-4923.

"U-Haul Company of Arkansas is on your side when it comes to this new law about not being able to store your car, boat or RV on your grass," stated Ken Vadnais, president of U-Haul Company of Arkansas.  "We are offering you the opportunity to receive 30 days free storage by entering into a rental agreement to pay for at least one month of inside or outside car, boat or RV storage."  

This offer is available at all U-Haul storage locations in Arkansas. You can always count on U-Haul for all of your moving and storage needs.

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