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James Overturf

James Overturf

SVP Marketing and Investor Relations
Extra Space Storage

James Overturf oversees all marketing and corporate communication activities for Extra Space Storage. James had ambitions on being an architect but was quickly brought back to reality by a lack of talent and instead decided to study marketing, economics and statistics. He enjoys skiing, fishing, golf and spending time with his wife and three daughters. James was duped into a career in self-storage from the high-tech industry in the late 90’s by current Extra Space Storage CEO Spencer Kirk.

It’s certainly easier to get out of bed on a Monday morning when you’re going to work at a place that you like, a place where you feel valued and...

With team names like Ace of Hearts, The Heartthrobs and The Beat Goes On, Extra Space Storage is helping to tackle our nation’s biggest killer – heart...

We at Extra Space Storage are proud to receive the gold ribbon from the acclaimed Which Test Won’s 2014 Email & Mobile Testing Awards. Our marketing...

Kenneth Woolley, Chairman and Founder of Extra Space Storage, recently appeared on Bloomberg. Pimm Fox interviewed him for the “Taking Stock” segment. We’re...

August 12 is a special day for Extra Space Storage. It’s not a birthday. It’s an anniversary! On August 12, 2004, Extra Space Storage joined the New...

Self-storage companies are known for making headlines about strange things people find in abandoned units, like NASA rockets and human organs. But at Extra...

Photo: akasped via Flickr   Self-storage isn’t just for suburbanites with minivans. There are plenty of facilities in urban areas, perfect for city-dwellers...

Family Feud has long been one of America’s favorite game shows. But what happens when you use the category of “Self Storage“? The info-graphic...

Photo: H. Michael Arrighi via Flick   Richmond, California, an oasis up the Bay from Berkeley and Oakland, has just gained its most central storage...

Photo: finneycanhelp via Flickr   You’d think that for a city of more than 400,000—second in size only to Denver among Colorado’s cities—Colorado...