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U-Haul Company of Fargo Expands Operations with Newly Constructed Self-Storage Facility in Minot

Thursday, May 02, 2013

U-Haul Company of Fargo Expands Operations with Newly Constructed Self-Storage Facility in Minot

15:20 EDT Thursday, May 02, 2013

MINOT, N.D., May 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- U-Haul Company of Fargo recently announced a newly constructed self-storage facility at an existing U-Haul rental location, at 2505 North Broadway in Minot, N.D. U-Haul Moving and Storage of Minot now features two brand-new, single-story self-storage buildings containing more than 400 self-storage rooms, with more than 33,150 net rentable square feet of self-storage.   

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U-Haul Moving and Storage of Minot now will feature interior and drive-up climate-controlled storage, as well as U-Box portable moving and storage. With U-Box portable moving and storage, you can conveniently pick up our custom-designed trailer and take your U-Box pod with you. After you fill up the U-Box pod, we can store it for you in our secure warehouse or deliver it to a location of your choice.

"With the demand for self-storage growing, we are excited to have the opportunity to expand our presence in Minot with this new self-storage facility and look forward to continuing our long-standing relationships with local communities throughout North Dakota," stated Shawn Odden, president, U-Haul Company of Fargo.

"Now, we are better equipped to meet our customers' current and future needs," Odden continued. "Families needing the finest in self-storage and moving services now will have increased convenience and a shorter distance to travel when moving and storing their goods, which not only will make their move easier but also will have the positive effect of reducing the amount of carbon emissions released into the atmosphere," Odden noted.

U-Haul Moving and Storage of Minot showcases 24-hour security with electronically controlled access, state-of-the-art digital video surveillance, your lock/your key, both climate-controlled storage rooms, FREE use of storage carts, no deposit or administration fees, a convenient credit-card payment plan and available low-cost Safestor Protection to help safeguard customers' personal possessions.

U-Haul Moving and Storage of Minot also sells a wide variety of environmentally friendly packing supplies: boxes made out of recyclable materials, 100 percent biodegradable packing peanuts and moving pads made from recycled denim. Also on site will be a Take a Box/Leave a Box display, which allows customers or anyone in the community to leave moving boxes or unwanted electronics boxes for another customer to reuse for free, instead of throwing them away or recycling them. 

Customers who rent a U-Haul moving van, trailer or U-Box portable moving and storage for a one-way move can receive one month of free self-storage before or after their move.

Customers can rent self-storage from U-Haul owned self-storage facilities across the United States and Canada by calling their neighborhood U-Haul center, visiting or contacting the U-Haul national reservation system, at 1-800-GO-UHAUL.

About U-Haul:

Contact:Joanne Fried, Director, Media and Public RelationsAshleigh Wagner, Senior Media and Public Relations SpecialistU-Haul International, Inc.(602)


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