The relationship between property insurance companies, tenants, and operators in the self-storage industry has historically been somewhat messy. Employees were often forced to discuss and sell self storage tenant insurance plans that they did not necessarily understand in order to meet regulatory guidelines. This ambiguity about self storage tenant insurance left many customers confused and frustrated by what often seemed like a last-minute upsell.
Thanks to recent price reductions in the risk management side of the business, it has now become much more affordable for self-storage operators to offer their customers simple and cost-effective Tenant Protection plans. A Tenant Protection plan is a lease addendum that simply modifies a portion of the agreement to protect the renter for up to a certain amount of property damage. These plans are easy to understand and do not include deductibles or other complicated self storage tenant insurance language.
Good help is hard to find, especially when it comes to moving. The average American will move 11.3 times in his or her lifetime. This means relying on friends, family, or professional services when changing homes. And there will surely be a truck involved, so customers are constantly seeking storage units with truck rentals. If you’re a real estate agent or the owner of a storage facility, you can differentiate your brand from competitors by supplying a moving truck rental to your clients. By going this extra mile, you can generate positive word of mouth and an unparalleled customer experience, which will ultimately increase self storage occupancy at your business.
The introduction of the first walk-in van body designed specifically for a food truck was more than a new product intro at last month's National Truck Equipment Work Truck Show at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.
Though Virginia Tech’s new food trucks have been eagerly serving hungry students since Monday, Aug. 22, the official ribbon-cutting ceremony for the addition to dining services occurred on the morning of Thursday, Aug. 25 on the Drillfield.
Not content to rest on their impressive laurels, On The Move recently ventured into the food truck arena and became a food truck leasing company.
There were lots of companies like U-Haul that rented vehicles to private individuals for their own personal use. But what about companies that needed a truck that they, in turn, could rent to their customers?
Downtown Street Eats at Campus Martius is returning with a St. Patrick's Day celebration on Friday, March 17. The luck of the Irish will fill Cadillac Square from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. with food trucks and celebratory festivities.
Steering clear of what hasn’t worked for other campus food truck startups and gearing up for future student growth, Virginia Tech’s dining services team has jump-started two food trucks. Kitchens deliver on speed of service and flexible menus.
Detroit, MI: On The Move is pleased to announce they have acquired Detroit Custom Coach, Michigan’s premier food truck manufacturer and service center.