On March 6, severe weather tore through much of Missouri, with heavy rain, baseball-sized hail and strong winds. Several tornados were reported. Luckily there were no fatalities, but there was extensive damage to homes, including several that lost their roofs.
Fortunately, there are organizations like the Red Cross that provide a safe place to sleep for the people who literally don’t have a roof over their head. But these people still need to deal with their possessions that the weather didn’t destroy.
This is why self storage companies like StorageMart become a real blessing in people’s lives during times of such hardship.
The company wasted no time springing to the aid of those affected by Monday’s weather. They announced that they would donate storage units for free for one month to those affected by the weather. In the press release, the company specifically refers to impacted people in the Kansas City and Columbia, Missouri areas.
StorageMart has more than 30 facilities in the area. People who wish to take advantage of the generous offer should call 1-877-STORAGE.
This isn’t the first time that StorageMart has made such an offer. Last May, a wildfire near Fort McMurray, Alberta, destroyed thousands of acres of land and more than 1600 buildings and created the largest evacuation ever in Alberta. The company offered the free use of storage units at one of the company’s four facilities in Edmonton for a month to those trying to save what the fire hadn’t taken.