I-5 Self Storage Wins National Facility of the Year Award With Motorsports Theme

Bringing motorsports and cars into a captivating operational theme for I-5 Self Storage helped clinch the National Facility of the Year Award and secure permanent lender financing.

Tustin, CA – One News Page – May 06, 2016

I-5 Self Storage obtained permanent lender financing in recent months, crediting its business success to the unique Motorsports theme developed by its owner and developer, which led to its rapidly growing base of over 1,200 current customers storing at the facility, which is one of the largest in the Nation.

Randy Scott Wong is a man who does not accept not being the best. Is he ruthless? No. Does he try to bring down his opponents by being sneaky and not playing by the rules? Absolutely not. But Wong does play by being extremely meticulous, creative, and never settling for less than the best. His experience wearing many hats as a professional motorcycle rider and instructor, a criminal prosecutor, a stock broker, a director of a non-profit, and a published pro photographer eventually led him, and were stepping stones to, in a sense, his career as developer and owner of the “Facility of the Year” Self Storage winner located in Tustin, California, I-5 Self Storage.

Growing up in a Chinese-American family, Wong was always encouraged to do what he loved, as long as he enjoyed it and was the “best” at it.

“I don’t think when my dad said the ‘best’, he meant it in the traditional sense; rather he meant I put 100% into everything I do, meaning my heart and soul, not just technical ability,” said Wong.
Wong, a happily married father of two young boys and a “family man”, definitely took this advice to heart, including it in his application, a book filled with narrative and photos that he submitted for the 2009 Mini Storage Messenger Self-Storage Facility of the Year award, where he took first place.

“My goal {when I decided to go into the business} really was to win facility of the year. I knew if I did this, I wanted to, in the end, build the finest self-storage facility. It sounds kind of silly, but that truly was my goal, “ said Wong.

Wong’s decision to open his own self-storage facility was something that happened on a whim and a decision that was actually somewhat initially laughed at by his comrades in the motorcycle industry. Despite people essentially thinking he was crazy to be leaving a career of motorcycles to open a self-storage, Wong saw a great need for storage not only for people’s belongings, but their cherished vehicles as well.

“I was National Director of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, and had a staff of over 100 people that were involved in recreational motorsports. I had test driven powerful motorcycles for BMW on the world famous Nurburgring racetrack in Germany. My staff kept coming up to me and told me they needed to find a place to store their vehicles. I thought to myself, ‘That’s crazy, how difficult could it be to find a dirt lot,” said Wong. “So, I started intensively studying the industry at all levels, starting from the ground up and became intrigued.”

The five-year process to design and build the was an arduous one- Wong had to jump through many regulatory hoops, legal and political challenges, nature’s fickle ways, even site theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars of construction materials. The renovation process to take a 30 year-old building and turn it into something brand new was definitely a challenge, but one that Wong was eager to undertake.

Wong’s creativity and background in photography and motorcycles definitely allowed him to develop a one-of-a-kind facility that he envisioned to be more of an experience rather than something mundane.

“I extensively studied the self-storage industry, but didn’t limit myself to that. When I thought about my vision of what the perfect self-storage facility would be, sure I looked at some of the competition, but more importantly, I went completely outside of the industry. I think that was what made us different. I looked at what Starbucks and McDonalds’s did, for example, how they were located,” said Wong. I also looked at leading automotive manufacturers, such as Ford, and how they listened and focused on the customer experience, in recent years.
Another thing that Wong wanted to make sure of was that the facility was unique. He thoroughly studied industries outside of self-storage, including leading hospitality chains.
His business-minded outlook paired with his creativity allowed one of the finest storages in the nation to emerge, one that customers really appreciate.

“The color coding [that I use throughout the facility in signage, custom flooring, numbering] was something I had never seen, but I got that idea from hospitality, 5-star hotels, and the Disney experience.” said Wong.

“I thought about what Disney did, and the way they have all the distinct lands. I said, why not make every area themed, and I named each area after world-renowned, international race tracks and then I made street signs named after cars and designers, like Mustang Avenue or Camilo Road.”

“I searched for a three dimensional recreation of the Gulf Livery Modern Ford GT40, an art sculpture in the minds of car enthusiasts, and mounted it above the customer conference room, for all to enjoy. We’ve hosted community car shows, which have drawn the real life modern Ford GT40s, as well as a collection of Delorean owners, and limited edition Ferraris and Vipers.”

A people person and always aiming to please and to make things the easiest possible for the people he works with, the storage facility includes many amenities that rival any 5-star hotels, such as personal and business storages available, allowing storage of a business’ full inventory, free wi-fi for customers, children’s play area and DVD screen, a conference room available for use, work stations, as well as free coffee and filtered water.

At about 84% occupancy right now, considering the facility has almost three times the amount of spaces as the average self-storage facility, it looks like I-5 Self Storage, and Wong, will continue zooming down that racetrack in top gear for many years to come.

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Motorsports-themed I-5 Storage Touts 1,200 Customers

Extra Space Storage, May 12 2016 – 9:41pm by Winnie Hsiu

Randy Scott Wong is the founder of I-5 Self Storage in Tustin, California. With an 84-percent occupancy rate and a commitment to a customer-centered experience, Wong recently secured permanent lender financing.

A motorcycle enthusiast, Wong credits part of I-5 Self Storage’s success—there are currently more than 1,200 customers storing at the facility—to the unique motorsports theme he helped create.

Wong’s concept for the project—which involved the renovation and expansion of a 30-year-old building—began with a simple idea: people need storage not just for household belongings, but for their vehicles as well.

“I was National Director of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, and had a staff of over 100 people that were involved in recreational motorsports,” Wong said in a recent press release. “I had test driven powerful motorcycles for BMW on the world famous Nurburgring racetrack in Germany. My staff kept coming to me and telling me they needed to find a place to store their vehicles.”

Wong continued, “I thought to myself, that’s crazy, how difficult could it be to find a dirt lot,” he said. “So, I started intensively studying the industry at all levels, starting from the ground up, and I became intrigued.”

Wong’s facility was awarded the Mini Storage Messenger Organization 2009 National Industry Award for Facility of the Year in the conversion category. This award was in recognition of his determination to develop the facility despite many obstacles, including complying with constantly changing zoning and safety requirements, earning an exemption to the moratorium on storage from the Tustin city council, and the theft of thousands of dollars of copper from the construction site. The process took 5 years to complete.

I-5 Self Storage is proud of its architecture and design, which were carefully considered to create easier navigation along its many corridors.

“I thought about what Disney did, and the way they have all the distinct lands,” said Wong. “I said, why not make every area themed, and I named each area after world-renowned, international race tracks and then I made street signs named after cars and designers, like Mustang Avenue or Camilo Road.”

I-5 Self Storage provides personal and business storage units, complimentary moving vehicles for new customers, free wifi, a children’s play area and DVDs, a conference room available for use, work stations, as well as free coffee and filtered water.

Read this story on Extra Space Storage

I-5 Self Storage Wins National Facility of the Year Award With Motorsports Theme

Bringing motorsports and cars into a captivating operational theme for I-5 Self Storage helped clinch the National Facility of the Year Award and secure permanent lender financing.

Tustin, CA (PRWEB) May 06, 2016

I-5 Self Storage obtained permanent lender financing in recent months, crediting its business success to the unique Motorsports theme developed by its owner and developer, which led to its rapidly growing base of over 1,200 current customers storing at the facility, which is one of the largest in the Nation.

Randy Scott Wong is a man who does not accept not being the best. Is he ruthless? No. Does he try to bring down his opponents by being sneaky and not playing by the rules? Absolutely not. But Wong does play by being extremely meticulous, creative, and never settling for less than the best. His experience wearing many hats as a professional motorcycle rider and instructor, a criminal prosecutor, a stock broker, a director of a non-profit, and a published pro photographer eventually led him, and were stepping stones to, in a sense, his career as developer and owner of the “Facility of the Year” Self Storage winner located in Tustin, California, I-5 Self Storage.

Growing up in a Chinese-American family, Wong was always encouraged to do what he loved, as long as he enjoyed it and was the “best” at it.

“I don’t think when my dad said the ‘best’, he meant it in the traditional sense; rather he meant I put 100% into everything I do, meaning my heart and soul, not just technical ability,” said Wong.
Wong, a happily married father of two young boys and a “family man”, definitely took this advice to heart, including it in his application, a book filled with narrative and photos that he submitted for the 2009 Mini Storage Messenger Self-Storage Facility of the Year award, where he took first place.

“My goal {when I decided to go into the business} really was to win facility of the year. I knew if I did this, I wanted to, in the end, build the finest self-storage facility. It sounds kind of silly, but that truly was my goal, “ said Wong.

Wong’s decision to open his own self-storage facility was something that happened on a whim and a decision that was actually somewhat initially laughed at by his comrades in the motorcycle industry. Despite people essentially thinking he was crazy to be leaving a career of motorcycles to open a self-storage, Wong saw a great need for storage not only for people’s belongings, but their cherished vehicles as well.

“I was National Director of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, and had a staff of over 100 people that were involved in recreational motorsports. I had test driven powerful motorcycles for BMW on the world famous Nurburgring racetrack in Germany. My staff kept coming up to me and told me they needed to find a place to store their vehicles. I thought to myself, ‘That’s crazy, how difficult could it be to find a dirt lot,” said Wong. “So, I started intensively studying the industry at all levels, starting from the ground up and became intrigued.”

The five-year process to design and build the was an arduous one- Wong had to jump through many regulatory hoops, legal and political challenges, nature’s fickle ways, even site theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars of construction materials. The renovation process to take a 30 year-old building and turn it into something brand new was definitely a challenge, but one that Wong was eager to undertake.

Wong’s creativity and background in photography and motorcycles definitely allowed him to develop a one-of-a-kind facility that he envisioned to be more of an experience rather than something mundane.

“I extensively studied the self-storage industry, but didn’t limit myself to that. When I thought about my vision of what the perfect self-storage facility would be, sure I looked at some of the competition, but more importantly, I went completely outside of the industry. I think that was what made us different. I looked at what Starbucks and McDonalds’s did, for example, how they were located,” said Wong. I also looked at leading automotive manufacturers, such as Ford, and how they listened and focused on the customer experience, in recent years.
Another thing that Wong wanted to make sure of was that the facility was unique. He thoroughly studied industries outside of self-storage, including leading hospitality chains.
His business-minded outlook paired with his creativity allowed one of the finest storages in the nation to emerge, one that customers really appreciate.

“The color coding [that I use throughout the facility in signage, custom flooring, numbering] was something I had never seen, but I got that idea from hospitality, 5-star hotels, and the Disney experience.” said Wong.

“I thought about what Disney did, and the way they have all the distinct lands. I said, why not make every area themed, and I named each area after world-renowned, international race tracks and then I made street signs named after cars and designers, like Mustang Avenue or Camilo Road.”

“I searched for a three dimensional recreation of the Gulf Livery Modern Ford GT40, an art sculpture in the minds of car enthusiasts, and mounted it above the customer conference room, for all to enjoy. We’ve hosted community car shows, which have drawn the real life modern Ford GT40s, as well as a collection of Delorean owners, and limited edition Ferraris and Vipers.”

A people person and always aiming to please and to make things the easiest possible for the people he works with, the storage facility includes many amenities that rival any 5-star hotels, such as personal and business storages available, allowing storage of a business’ full inventory, free wi-fi for customers, children’s play area and DVD screen, a conference room available for use, work stations, as well as free coffee and filtered water.

At about 84% occupancy right now, considering the facility has almost three times the amount of spaces as the average self-storage facility, it looks like I-5 Self Storage, and Wong, will continue zooming down that racetrack in top gear for many years to come.

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California Self Storage Facility Grabs Attention with Motorsports Theme

By Alex Hassel, Storage.com May 9, 2016

One self storage operator in Tustin, Calif., has caught the attention of potential renters with a motorsports-themed facility. Before entering the self storage industry, Randy Scott Wong was a criminal prosecutor, stock broker, director of a nonprofit, professional photographer, and professional motorcycle rider and instructor. When Wong ventured into the self storage sector, he decided to combine many of these experiences into his new business, creating I-5 Self Storage.

Wong says his decision to develop his own self storage facility happened on a whim. His friends in the motorcycle industry initially laughed at the idea. Although most people thought he was crazy for leaving his career in motorcycles, Wong saw a need for a place where people could store their belongings and their prized vehicles.

“I was National Director of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation and had a staff of over 100 people that were involved in recreational motorsports,” says Wong. “I had test driven powerful motorcycles for BMW on the world famous Nürburgring racetrack in Germany. My staff kept coming up to me and told me they needed to find a place to store their vehicles. I thought to myself, ‘That’s crazy. How difficult could it be to find a dirt lot?’ So, I started intensively studying the industry at all levels, starting from the ground up and became intrigued.”

It took Wong five years to develop his facility. He found and renovated a 30-year-old building that came with challenges like regulatory hoops, legal and political challenges, and even the theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of construction materials. However, in the end, Wong’s experience with motorcycles and photography helped him create the one-of-a-kind storage facility he envisioned.

“I extensively studied the self storage industry but didn’t limit myself to that,” he says. “When I thought about my vision of what the perfect self storage facility would be, sure, I looked at some of the competition, but more importantly, I went completely outside of the industry. I think that was what made us different. I looked at what Starbucks and McDonalds’s did. For example, how they were located. I also looked at leading automotive manufacturers, such as Ford, and how they listened and focused on the customer experience in recent years.”
Wong also studied hospitality chains. “The color coding [that I use throughout the facility in signage, custom flooring, numbering] was something I had never seen, but I got that idea from hospitality, five star hotels, and the Disney experience,” he says.

“I thought about what Disney did, and the way they have all the distinct lands. I said, ‘Why not make every area themed?’ and I named each area after world-renowned, international race tracks and then I made street signs named after cars and designers, like Mustang Avenue or Camilo Road. I searched for a three-dimensional recreation of the Gulf Livery Modern Ford GT40, an art sculpture in the minds of car enthusiasts, and mounted it above the customer conference room for all to enjoy. We’ve hosted community car shows, which have drawn the real-life modern Ford GT40s, as well as a collection of DeLorean owners and limited edition Ferraris and Vipers.”

I-5 Self Storage also offers amenities like free Wi-Fi for customers, a children’s play area, a conference room, work stations, and free beverages.

This type of storage development turned a lot of heads. In fact, in 2009, I-5 Self Storage won the Mini Storage Messenger Self Storage Facility of the Year award. “My goal, when I decided to go into the business, really was to win facility of the year. I knew if I did this, I wanted to, in the end, build the finest self storage facility. It sounds kind of silly, but that truly was my goal,“ says Wong.

I-5 has accumulated more than 1,200 renters at the facility, one of the largest self storage customer bases in the U.S. While the facility is considered almost three times larger than the average self storage location with more than 1,600 units, it’s only at about 84% occupancy right now.

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I-5 Self Storage Wins National Facility of the Year Award With Motorsports Theme

Bringing motorsports and cars into a captivating operational theme for I-5 Self Storage helped clinch the National Facility of the Year Award and secure permanent lender financing.
University Chronicle May 06, 2016

I-5 Self Storage obtained permanent lender financing in recent months, crediting its business success to the unique Motorsports theme developed by its owner and developer, which led to its rapidly growing base of over 1,200 current customers storing at the facility, which is one of the largest in the Nation.

Randy Scott Wong is a man who does not accept not being the best. Is he ruthless? No. Does he try to bring down his opponents by being sneaky and not playing by the rules? Absolutely not. But Wong does play by being extremely meticulous, creative, and never settling for less than the best. His experience wearing many hats as a professional motorcycle rider and instructor, a criminal prosecutor, a stock broker, a director of a non-profit, and a published pro photographer eventually led him, and were stepping stones to, in a sense, his career as developer and owner of the “Facility of the Year” Self Storage winner located in Tustin, California, I-5 Self Storage.

Growing up in a Chinese-American family, Wong was always encouraged to do what he loved, as long as he enjoyed it and was the “best” at it.

“I don’t think when my dad said the ‘best’, he meant it in the traditional sense; rather he meant I put 100% into everything I do, meaning my heart and soul, not just technical ability,” said Wong.

Wong, a happily married father of two young boys and a “family man”, definitely took this advice to heart, including it in his application, a book filled with narrative and photos that he submitted for the 2009 Mini Storage Messenger Self-Storage Facility of the Year award, where he took first place.

“My goal {when I decided to go into the business} really was to win facility of the year. I knew if I did this, I wanted to, in the end, build the finest self-storage facility. It sounds kind of silly, but that truly was my goal, “ said Wong.
Wong’s decision to open his own self-storage facility was something that happened on a whim and a decision that was actually somewhat initially laughed at by his comrades in the motorcycle industry. Despite people essentially thinking he was crazy to be leaving a career of motorcycles to open a self-storage, Wong saw a great need for storage not only for people’s belongings, but their cherished vehicles as well.

“I was National Director of the Motorcycle Safety Foundation, and had a staff of over 100 people that were involved in recreational motorsports. I had test driven powerful motorcycles for BMW on the world famous Nurburgring racetrack in Germany. My staff kept coming up to me and told me they needed to find a place to store their vehicles. I thought to myself, ‘That’s crazy, how difficult could it be to find a dirt lot,” said Wong. “So, I started intensively studying the industry at all levels, starting from the ground up and became intrigued.”

The five-year process to design and build the was an arduous one- Wong had to jump through many regulatory hoops, legal and political challenges, nature’s fickle ways, even site theft of hundreds of thousands of dollars of construction materials. The renovation process to take a 30 year-old building and turn it into something brand new was definitely a challenge, but one that Wong was eager to undertake.

Wong’s creativity and background in photography and motorcycles definitely allowed him to develop a one-of-a-kind facility that he envisioned to be more of an experience rather than something mundane.

“I extensively studied the self-storage industry, but didn’t limit myself to that. When I thought about my vision of what the perfect self-storage facility would be, sure I looked at some of the competition, but more importantly, I went completely outside of the industry. I think that was what made us different. I looked at what Starbucks and McDonalds’s did, for example, how they were located,” said Wong. I also looked at leading automotive manufacturers, such as Ford, and how they listened and focused on the customer experience, in recent years.

Another thing that Wong wanted to make sure of was that the facility was unique. He thoroughly studied industries outside of self-storage, including leading hospitality chains.

His business-minded outlook paired with his creativity allowed one of the finest storages in the nation to emerge, one that customers really appreciate.

“The color coding [that I use throughout the facility in signage, custom flooring, numbering] was something I had never seen, but I got that idea from hospitality, 5-star hotels, and the Disney experience.” said Wong. “I thought about what Disney did, and the way they have all the distinct lands. I said, why not make every area themed, and I named each area after world-renowned, international race tracks and then I made street signs named after cars and designers, like Mustang Avenue or Camilo Road.”

“I searched for a three dimensional recreation of the Gulf Livery Modern Ford GT40, an art sculpture in the minds of car enthusiasts, and mounted it above the customer conference room, for all to enjoy. We’ve hosted community car shows, which have drawn the real life modern Ford GT40s, as well as a collection of Delorean owners, and limited edition Ferraris and Vipers.”

A people person and always aiming to please and to make things the easiest possible for the people he works with, the storage facility includes many amenities that rival any 5-star hotels, such as personal and business storages available, allowing storage of a business’ full inventory, free wi-fi for customers, children’s play area and DVD screen, a conference room available for use, work stations, as well as free coffee and filtered water.

At about 84% occupancy right now, considering the facility has almost three times the amount of spaces as the average self-storage facility, it looks like I-5 Self Storage, and Wong, will continue zooming down that racetrack in top gear for many years to come.

Read this story on the University Chronicle.

2009 Facility Of The Year

(via Inside Self Storage) — MiniCo Publishing announced the winners of its 2009 Self-Storage Facility of the Year Awards. Winners were named in six unique categories, and I-5 Self Storage is pleased to announce their win in the Conversion category.

Full-length articles profiling the winning facilities are featured in the December 2009 issue of MiniStorage Messenger, a trade magazine for the self-storage industry.

View The Announcement PDF.

PRESS RELEASE: The I-5 Luxury Standard

I-5 Self Storage of Tustin is awarded Self Storage Facility of the Year by Introducing the Highest Level of Amenities and Customer Service

Tustin, CA (PRWEB) March 12, 2010 — I-5 Self Storage, LLC is proud to announce that I-5 Self Storage in Tustin was awarded the coveted 2009 National Self Storage Facility of the Year in the Conversion Category by Mini-Storage Messenger. “It has been my longtime dream to create the finest self storage facility available, with critical focus on the customer experience,” said Owner Randy Scott Wong, ”Without a doubt, this focus has brought great rewards.”

View the full press release here.

I-5 Self Storage Hosts Holiday Craft Fair

In the Spirit of Giving, I-5 Self Storage hosts Holiday Craft Fair benefitting Divine Choices Charity

Tustin, CA – Divine Choices, partnered with I-5 Self Storage, LLC, to host this year’s “Scoop the Season” an Orange County holiday craft fair earlier this winter. The recent event was a smashing success, providing what Divine Choices, co-founder Claire Heath deemed, “a much needed outlet for many in society that are in need of help and understanding”

I-5 Self Storage provided advertising in local media to promote the showcase event, and a diverse array of local vendors participated by offering crafted goods and services to the hundreds of local attendees. Music, delicious food, and a kids bounce house accompanied the festive market atmosphere and provided an opportunity for attendees to fulfill holiday gift lists, as well as enjoy the spirit of the Tustin community.

Divine Choices staff and volunteers were available to “raise the awareness of sexual abuse, its impact into adulthood, the ability to discuss it, and teach the prevention of it” said President Claire Heath. For more information about Divine Choices and their programs, visitwww.divinechoices.org.

I-5 Self Storage of Tustin, California, was recently awarded the National Facility of the Year for introducing the highest level of amenities and customer service to the industry.

“We’ve been fortunate to grow in a difficult economy by having a talented staff that critically focuses on a positive customer experience above all else” said owner Randy Scott Wong, “and we also felt it crucial to give back to the surrounding community that has welcomed and embraced our facility”

Transitions and holidays can be a stressful time for everyone, and with that in mind, we wanted to make sure to show our support with a positive charitable fund and awareness event.

“Our clean and spacious areas for outdoor RV, Boat, and Car Storage, proved the perfect open venue to host a large group of attendees” mentioned Wong, and he expressed heartfelt thanks to those that came to support Divine Choices. Wong, a former director of a national not for profit foundation, looks forward to hosting events that can benefit the community.

A wide variety of indoor and outdoor spaces are available for lease, including options such as biometric security, car, boat, or RV Storage spaces, within the impressive 220,000+ square foot facility. Interested parties are encouraged to contact I-5 Self Storage Managers at 714-669-0555 and visit their interactive website at www.i5selfstorage.com.

I-5 Self Storage offers 24 hour recorded cameras, individual access codes and unit alarms, free move-in trucks, energy saving lighting, relaxing music, free gourmet coffee, complimentary work stations and free wi-fi access. Business owners and personal clients are amazed with the amenities, described as a “a Four Star Resort” by a Tustin Councilmember.

I-5 Self Storage Joins Forces with OC Gourmet Food Trucks to Benefit Laura’s House Local Charity

Tustin, CA (PRWEB) July 20, 2011

I-5 Self Storage proudly thanks all of the community members and dedicated “Foodies” and Food Trucks that came together to support Laura’s House Charity by joining together at a recent Orange County Food Truck Faire. “What better way to support the community by sharing a delicious meal with friends and neighbors from your favorite local food trucks,” asked Owner Randy Scott Wong, “Participants had such a great time sharing their opinions and unique gourmet creations with one another.”

A portion of the proceeds from the day’s sales was presented to Laura’s House from each of the food trucks which included, local legends: Dos Chinos, Rolling Sushi Van, The Flip Truck, Komodo, Mun-chee 5, Slap Fish, Oh for sweetsake, Baconmania, Longboards, Dogzilla, The OCFoodTruck, Kona Ice, and the Chomp Chomp Truck. Additionally, prime Loge tickets for Dodger’s Games including VIP Parking Pass were raffled off by I-5 Self Storage staff members, with 100% of the proceeds donated to Laura’s House.

CEO/Executive Director of Laura’s House, Margaret R. Bayston explained, “The contributions support our goal to assist individuals and families gain a sense of empowerment that allows them to attain a life free from violence, a place where they can receive shelter, supportive counseling, education and most of all safety. Laura’s House Emergency Shelter Programs provides clinical services to children which include psychosocial assessments, educational activities, counseling and tutoring.”

I-5 Self Storage continues to receive recognition by maintaining the highest level of customer care and service in the industry, building upon their coveted award as National Self Storage Facility of the Year.

“It continues to be a challenging economy for both businesses and individuals alike,” describes Randy Scott Wong, “and our staff and partners feel it is particularly critical and beneficial to help others and give back to the community during these times.”

“We’re fortunate to maintain clean and spacious storage units as well as spacious areas for outdoor RV, Boat, and Car Storage, which also is a perfect venue for hosting the hundreds of people that came from all over Orange County to see firsthand what the OC Food Truck madness is all about.”

“Judging from the excitement and enthusiasm, I can guarantee that no one went home hungry today,” Wong added, “And in the long run, I’m glad that Laura’s House increased awareness in their continuing efforts.”

I-5 Self Storage offers 24 hour recorded cameras, individual access codes and unit alarms, free move-in trucks, energy efficient lighting, relaxing music, complimentary work stations and wi-fi, and has been described as a “Four Star Resort” by a Tustin Councilmember, in recognition of the industry leading staff and amenities.

Interested parties are encouraged to contact I-5 Self Storage Space Engineers (TM) at 714-669-0555 and visit our interactive website at http://www.i5selfstorage.com.

Orange County Health Fair and Expo 2011

Orange County Health Fair and Expo 2011 Launched by I-5 Self Storage and Tustin Chamber of Commerce at No Cost to Community – a Smashing Success

The recently formed Health Fair and Expo Committee worked together with the Tustin Chamber of Commerce and the I-5 Self Storage facility in Tustin, CA, to create a wonderful community event promoting health and wellness. Live entertainment and dining added to the festive event which drew over 300 attendees.

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Tustin, California (PRWEB) October 06, 2011

Thirty-three (33) community organizations and businesses came together this Fall to participate in this inaugural event hosted at the spacious and clean I-5 Self Storage Facility located conveniently just off the I-5 Freeway near Jamboree. Live performances, demonstrations, and a wide variety of free health screenings drew local citizens eager to learn more about their own health and wellness.

St. Joseph’s Hospital, CHOC Hospital, HOAG Urgent Care, Senior Health Screening Service, and Doctor’s Ambulance were just a handful of the medical industry providers that set up display booths staffed with helpful crews to provide information.

Dreamworks Dental, Magic Touch Home Care, Total Woman Gym & Spa, Walker Therapy, Tustin Bodyworks, Extreme Boot Camp, Birth Choice Clinic, and So Cal Edison likewise contributed to the educational atmosphere.

Clif Miller helped with entertainment and sound, and a local dance studio, Huggy Bear Productions, performed to the wide applause of the crowd. The Sea Birds Vegetarian Food Truck offered available meals for purchase. Additionally, a raffle was held with many prizes donated by the local businesses and organizations.

“The planning committee did a fantastic job of organizing the event and volunteer staff was dedicated and enthusiastic. It’ll be hard to top this event – but I know they are already brewing ideas.” – Randy Scott Wong, Owner, I-5 Self Storage.

Other participants included Costco Tustin, Cal Center for Aging, Kimbrell Insurance, Cranbrook of Tustin, HealthSouth Rehab, Newport Specialty, Mission Hills Chiropractic, Sunrise Assisted Living, E-Orthodontics, Creative Compounding, Dr. Shirley Santos, Strategic Financial, Buying for a Purpose, Welldatrix, Everest College, Tackett Service Dogs, Farmers and Merchant Bank – Tustin, and Garden Fresh (Souplantation).

Special recognition is deserved for the dedicated efforts of the Tustin Chamber of Commerce, the Members of the Expo Planning Committee, the hard working Expo volunteers, and the staff of I-5 Self Storage for working together to throw a memorable and enriching community event.

I-5 Self Storage offers 24 hour recorded cameras, individual access codes and unit alarms, free move-in trucks, energy efficient lighting, relaxing music, complimentary work stations and wi-fi, and has been described as a “Four Star Resort” by a Tustin Councilmember, in recognition of the industry leading staff and amenities.