2013-09-05 21:50:38 - The Texas Self Storage Association credits its members for winning the Best State Association award in the 2013 Inside Self-Storage Best of Business reader’s choice poll.
The Texas Self Storage Association (TSSA) received the “Best State Association” Award in the 2013 Inside Self-Storage (ISS) Best of Business reader’s choice poll. TSSA credits the association’s members for taking the time to vote. The Association’s members have long expressed their appreciation of the service and resources they receive as part of their membership.
“TSSA has helped so many members in a variety of ways and our more than 3,600 member facilities across the state are very loyal to the Association. I’m not surprised that TSSA is being recognized in this way,” commented board president Mark Skeans.
The news was received with enthusiasm and applause at the TSSA headquarters. Executive Director Ginny Sutton stated, “I’m so appreciative that members took
the time to vote. They’re so busy, and it means a great deal to know that they took time to say that TSSA deserves recognition. It’s something we can celebrate when we get together at our annual conference.”
TSSA’s annual conference will be held at the Marriott Waterway Hotel and Conference Center in The Woodlands on October 27 – 29, 2013. Information about the education sessions and registration can be found online at www.txssa.org.
Inside Self-Storage magazine will feature profiles of all the award winners in its November 2013 issue. TSSA and the winners in other categories will be formally recognized during the ISS Storage World Expo in Las Vegas in March 2014. The ISS Best of Business award showcases suppliers and service providers throughout the self-storage industry.
The Texas Self Storage Association was established in 1986 and is a non-profit trade association dedicated to enhancing the quality of the self-storage industry in Texas. The Association provides opportunities for members to increase their knowledge of the self-storage industry through education, research, discussion and exchange of information.