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  • Monday, July 18, 2016 3:37 AM | CSSSA Admin (Administrator)
    Posted by: Erin King

    For Immediate Release                                                          July 18, 2016  

    You know Amazon.com Inc. is big when you do a search for “Amazon” and get the company instead of the river, rainforest or women warriors that Amazon used to refer to in the good old days. Such is the popularity of shopping on Amazon that it merits first consideration of search engines. But thanks to programs like “AmazonSmile” the company continues to grow and now self storage owner/operators and managers can find another way to give to the charities of their choice.

    For California Self Storage Association (CSSA) members, it represents and opportunity to help support a worthwhile charity like Kure It simply by purchasing items on Amazon Smile and making sure that Kure It is selected as the recipient of Amazon’s donation. Amazon will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice. Every item available for purchase on www.amazon.com is also available on AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com) at the same price. You will see eligible products marked "Eligible for AmazonSmile donation" on their product detail pages.

    “Self storage professionals in California have always been generous when it comes to causes like Kure It and AmazonSmile is another way they can help,” says Erin King, Executive Director of the CSSA. “I don’t know about anyone else but my house is an Amazon house. It is a great way to support a program with something so many of us use a lot.” 

    On your first visit to AmazonSmile you need to select a charitable organization to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping. Amazon will remember your selection, and then every eligible purchase you make at smile.amazon.com will result in a donation. You can change your charity any time. Your AmazonSmile purchases after the change count towards your newly selected charity. You can choose from almost one million eligible 501(c)(3) public charitable organizations. 

    “It is nice to see a company like Amazon do what it can to help worthwhile causes,” adds King. “Now self storage has another way to do its part.”

     

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  • Thursday, May 21, 2015 4:36 AM | CSSSA Admin (Administrator)
    Posted by: Brenda Lafontaine

    For Immediate Release:
    Thursday, May 21, 2015

    Dr. Sabine Mueller will receive $200,000 to support innovative, translational pediatric brain cancer research

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA — The Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center of the University of California, San Francisco and Kure It Cancer Research are pleased to announce that Sabine Mueller, M.D., Ph.D., will receive a 2015 HDFCCC-Kure It Cancer Research Grant for Underfunded Cancer Research.


    The Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center (HDFCCC) partnered with Kure It Cancer Research to provide a grant for underfunded cancer research. Funds are provided by a $100,000 award from Kure It Cancer Research, and will be matched with $100,000 from the HDFCCC for a single two-year award of $200,000. Kure It awards this grant in the name of the California Self Storage Association (CSSA). The CSSA is a pivotal partner of Kure It Cancer Research, and members of the association have contributed the funds for this important grant.


    Mueller’s project “Using Hyperpolarized 13C Pyruvate to Assess Response in Pediatric Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma – A Non-invasive Response Biomarker” aims to develop tools that would allow assessment of early response to drugs that treat children with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG).

    “Children with DIPG continue to have a dismal prognosis with an average of only 9-months survival after diagnosis. No clinical progress has been made over the last several decades, and almost all affected children die from the disease,” said Dr. Mueller, a pediatric neurology specialist.


    “We hypothesize that a major reason accounting for treatment failure [in DIPG] is the presence of tight blood brain and blood-tumor barriers. Many of the [drugs] being evaluated in clinical trials are chosen empirically, and knowledge about [drug] penetration [into the brain] is often unknown. Therefore, it is crucial to develop tools that would allow assessment of early response and be markers of penetration [of drugs into the brain tumor].” Sabine Mueller is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology, Neurosurgery and Pediatrics, and a member of the Pediatric Malignancies Program of the Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center at UCSF.


    “Given her background as a trained child neurologist and neurooncologist, [Dr. Mueller] is poised to answer critical questions that will improve long-term outcome for children with brain tumors,” offered S. Andrew Josephson MD, Acting Chair of the Department of Neurology at UCSF. Kure It Cancer Research (www.kureit.org) was established in 2010 to fill the gap in funding and place cancer research dollars directly into the hands of the investigators. To date, Kure It Cancer Research has raised more than $3.7 million for cancer research. With this remarkable standard of giving, Kure It is able to directly support groundbreaking research at leading cancer centers across the nation.

  • Monday, August 11, 2014 11:49 AM | CSSSA Admin (Administrator)
    Posted by: Brenda Lafontaine
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    A-1 Self Storage donates money to support Serving Hands International in San Diego, CA

    San Diego, CA – August 1, 2014 – A-1 Self Storage, the premier provider of self storage in San Diego, CA, announced today their monetary donation to Serving Hands International. Serving Hands International was founded after a large family and many friends made a tradition of giving to the poorest of the poor in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico. Serving Hands has grown over the past 30 years, expanding their monetary support to partners in Peru, Tanzania, Uganda, South Sudan, and the Philippines. The mission of Serving Hands International is to aid the poorest people in the world and strive to encourage in them self-sufficiency, dignity and hope by providing educational and vocational opportunities, food, clothing, shelter, medical assistance and spiritual guidance.

    “A-1 Self Storage is honored to support Serving Hands International. I recently visited Serving Hands International’s partners in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico and was impressed with the work they are doing south of the border. Their service and dedication to the poor was impressive,” said Brian Caster, President and CEO of A-1 Self Storage.

    For more information about Serving Hands International, please visit: http://www.servinghands.org/

    About A-1 Self Storage:

    A-1 Self Storage is one of the leading providers of self storage and car storage in California with 18 locations in the San Diego region and over 48 locations statewide. A-1 is the Self Storage division of the Caster Companies, a third generation family-owned company headquartered in Southern California since 1959. The Caster Companies specializes in acquisitions, development and management of A-1 Self Storage, A-1 Car Storage and other commercial properties in California. Its Real Estate Portfolio includes over 4 million square feet in real estate properties. It is one of California’s largest independent self storage and car storage owner/operators.

    CONTACTS:
    Cori Garrod
    A-1 Self Storage
    (800) 219-4854 x 122
    press@a1storage.com
    www.a1storage.com
  • Friday, May 02, 2014 11:51 AM | CSSSA Admin (Administrator)
    Posted by: Brenda Lafontaine

    Media contact: John Egan, SpareFoot
    jegan@sparefoot.com
    512-705-6208

    SpareFoot, which operates the country’s largest online marketplace for self-storage units, has established the SpareFoot Storage Industry Disaster Relief Fund to help victims of the recent outbreak of tornadoes in the South and Midwest and to assist victims of future disasters.

    SpareFoot invites self-storage operators, self-storage vendors and other companies in the storage industry to contribute to the fund to help victims of the recent deadly tornadoes. To donate to the fund, visit http://selfstora.ge/SpareFootGives.

    Through the Crowdrise fundraising platform, all proceeds will go directly to the American Red Cross for disaster relief.

    "The recent tornadoes devastated so many communities in the South and Midwest. Storage facilities that are part of our network operate in many of these communities,” SpareFoot CEO Chuck Gordon said. "We thought the best way SpareFoot could help would be to set up this fund for the storage industry to pool money and collectively show that the industry cares about victims of these tornadoes and future disasters.”

    About SpareFoot

    SpareFoot, based in Austin, TX, makes renting self-storage easy. Our free marketplace lets customers find and reserve storage units online. We have the largest inventory of storage units in the U.S., with a network of more than 7,000 facilities ranging from mom-and-pops to publicly traded REITs. We reach millions of people who need storage through exclusive partnerships with brands like SelfStorage.com, ForRent.com and Penske Truck Rental.

    For more information, visit SpareFoot.com.

  • Monday, January 20, 2014 10:52 AM | CSSSA Admin (Administrator)
    Posted by: Brenda Lafontaine 

    We are proud to announce our founder Terry Caster, and his wife Barbara’s generous donation to Rotary International. These funds will support Rotary International’s Global Polio Eradication Initiative (http://www.polioeradication.org/).  Rotary’s efforts to eradicate polio world-wide include advocacy, public awareness, and immunizations in countries such as Afghanistan, Nigeria, and Pakistan.  Polio remains endemic in these countries.  Polio can strike at any age, but mainly affects children under five years.  Although there is no cure for polio, it can be prevented through immunization.  The polio vaccine almost always protects a child for life.

    "It is an honor to support such a worthy cause.” said Brian Caster, President and CEO of A-1 Self Storage. "We are proud to support Rotary’s lifesaving work and world-wide effort to eradicate polio.”

    To read more about the Caster’s gift to Rotary International or to make a donation to this worthy initiative, please visit https://www.rotary.org/en/couple%E2%80%99s-11-million-gift-boosts-push-eradicate-polio.

  • Friday, September 06, 2013 11:54 AM | CSSSA Admin (Administrator)
    Posted by: Brenda Lafontaine

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    A-1 Self Storage donates money to support the 7th Annual Walk to Cure Psoriasis event to be held on October 12, 2013 in San Diego, CA.

    San Diego, CA – September 5, 2013 – A-1 Self Storage, the premier provider of self storage in California, announced today their monetary donation to the San Diego-headquartered National Psoriasis Foundation to support their 7th Annual Walk to Cure Psoriasis event to help raise funds and awareness. The walk will be held on Saturday, October 12, 2013 in Old Town. Their goal is to raise $70,000.00, which will go towards funding research to finding a cure for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis.

    Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune disease that appears on the skin and can occur on any part of the body. It is usually associated with diabetes, heart disease and other serious health conditions. There are five different types of psoriasis but the most common is plaque psoriasis, which appears as raised, red patches covered with a silvery white build-up of dead skin skills. Regardless of its appearance, it’s important to know that psoriasis is not contagious.

    The National Psoriasis Foundation (NPF) is a non-profit, voluntary health agency dedicated to finding a cure for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis and eliminating their devastating effects through research, advocacy and education.  Founded in 1968, the Psoriasis Foundation has evolved to become the leading patient advocacy group for the 7.5 million Americans living with psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. For more information, please visit: http://www.psoriasis.org

     "It’s it an honor to support a national organization with a local presence, whose work supports approximately 80,000 people suffering from this disease in San Diego County.” said Brian Caster, President and CEO of A-1 Self Storage. "My nephew suffers from psoriasis, so I understand how devastating and frustrating it can be to the individual suffering from it.  We hope that through research and education, a cure will be eventually be found and the general public will become well aware about psoriasis and that it is not contagious.”    

    To find a San Diego County A-1 Self Storage, please visit: http://www.a1storage.com/self_storage/San_Diego_Region/a-1_self_storage

    Or to find an A-1 Self Storage location near you, please visit:

    http://www.a1storage.com/self_storage/locations

    About A-1 Self Storage:

    A-1 Self Storage is one of the leading providers of self storage and car storage in California with 17 locations in the San Diego County area and over 42 locations statewide. A-1 is the Self Storage division of the Caster Companies, a third generation family-owned company headquartered in Southern California since 1959. The Caster Companies specializes in acquisitions, development and management of A-1 Self Storage, A-1 Car Storage and other commercial properties in California. Its Real Estate Portfolio includes over 4 million square feet in real estate properties. It is one of California’s largest independent self storage and car storage owner/operators.

    CONTACTS:

    Fran Laporga-Ching | A-1 Self Storage | (800) 219-4854 x 141 | press@a1storage.com | www.a1storage.com


  • Wednesday, September 04, 2013 11:55 AM | CSSSA Admin (Administrator)
    Posted by: Brenda Lafontaine

    Irvine, California – September 3, 2013 - Six years after its inception, Kure It, a nonprofit dedicated to underfunded cancer research, has reached a fundraising milestone. Just in time to make the close of August, Kure It reached its goal, thanks to a check from long-time supporters Pam and Jack Domingue of Storage Solution, Inc. The check represents a milestone for the nonprofit, but most importantly, another step forward in research focused on cancers that are often overlooked and underrepresented in funding.

    This money will be granted to top researchers at leading institutions, with the aim of discovering new weapons in the war against cancer. With cancer an ever present threat to the lives of neighbors, friends and loved ones, all can relate to the need to find new ways to treat, and cure, this disease.

    "Many researchers have theories and preliminary research, but lack the funds to carry out their projects to the end. It is not uncommon for researchers to spend precious time seeking funding for innovative research, when the time could be better spent in the laboratory", said Kure It founder Barry Hoeven. "We established the nonprofit to fill that gap, placing the funds directly into the hands of the researchers".

    Along with fundraisers held throughout the year, which add fun to the mix while drawing support, Kure It has reached out to the self storage community, garnering support from companies and individuals. Holding to the concept that many people giving small, recurring amounts adds up to big dollars for research, the non-profit reached the $1 million dollar mark in October 2011. In 2012, the inaugural Rivals United for a Kure campaign, which rallies rival USC and UCLA football fans in the fight against cancer, resulted in $300,000 in research grants to the Comprehensive Cancer Centers at the two schools.

    Pam Domingue was thrilled to give the check that sent Kure It’s total over the top. A loyal supporter, she worked alongside the Kure It team to reach $2 million by the end of August, even hosting a July fundraising cocktail party at her Huntington Harbor home. "Kure It is important to us on both personal and professional levels. Personally, cancer has impacted my family so many times and in so many ways, that we truly understand the need for more research. Professionally, we feel that as business owners, we should give back to our community. Kure It, with the creative programs they have developed for our industry, allows us to give back in minor ways, along with other businesses, and put those resources together for substantial grants, making a huge impact on research. Their creativity inspires us to give in ways that won’t have a negative impact on our business, and helps promote consumer awareness and participation at the same time.”

    Kure It Director Karen Jones reports, "We have heard from Pam fairly frequently the past few weeks, checking in on our progress toward the big milestone. We couldn’t be more grateful for Jack and Pam’s support, or more thrilled that theirs was the gift that got us to $2 million.”

    "We are proud to be a part of their success, and look forward to a long lasting relationship with this exceptional organization!" said Pam.

    About Kure It 
    Kure It is a non-profit organization providing funding for innovative research projects focused on kidney cancer and other underfunded cancers. The funds raised through Kure It directly support groundbreaking research at leading cancer centers. Since being established in 2007, Kure It has raised $2 million and supported research across the United States. http://www.kureit.org

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  • Monday, August 19, 2013 11:55 AM | CSSSA Admin (Administrator)

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

    San Diego, CA – August 16, 2013 – A-1 Self Storage, the premier provider of self storage in California, announced today their monetary donation to the Southern California Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation.  The Arthritis Foundation’s mission is to improve lives through leadership in prevention, control and cure of arthritis and related diseases.  They’re part of a nationwide foundation with chapters in cities throughout the United States.  The Arthritis Foundation provides resources for patients suffering from the disease as well as support groups, education on how to cope with the disease and advocacy to raise awareness of the disease.

    "We are proud to support the Southern California Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation” said Brian Caster, President and CEO of A-1 Self Storage. "Over 50 million American adults have been diagnosed with arthritis and 300,000 children under the age of 18 are also affected by this disease. These statistics are alarming! We are pleased to provide some monetary support to help enable the Arthritis Foundation to continue their invaluable efforts in assisting patients suffering with arthritis.”    

    For more information about the Arthritis Foundation, please visit: http://www.arthritis.org/california/

    To find a San Diego County A-1 Self Storage, please visit: http://www.a1storage.com/self_storage/San_Diego_Region/a-1_self_storage

    Or to find an A-1 Self Storage location near you, please visit:

    http://www.a1storage.com/self_storage/locations

    About A-1 Self Storage:

    A-1 Self Storage is one of the leading providers of self storage and car storage in California with 17 locations in the San Diego County area and over 42 locations statewide. A-1 is the Self Storage division of the Caster Companies, a third generation family-owned company headquartered in Southern California since 1959. The Caster Companies specializes in acquisitions, development and management of A-1 Self Storage, A-1 Car Storage and other commercial properties in California. Its Real Estate Portfolio includes over 4 million square feet in real estate properties. It is one of California’s largest independent self storage and car storage owner/operators.

    CONTACTS:

    Fran Laporga-Ching

    A-1 Self Storage

    (800) 219-4854 x 141

    press@a1storage.com

    www.a1storage.com


  • Monday, July 01, 2013 11:57 AM | CSSSA Admin (Administrator)
    Posted by: Brenda Lafontaine

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - On June 7, 2013 while on vacation in Jamaica, Robert Bret, Executive Director of the Florida Self-Storage Association, passed away unexpectedly. He leaves behind a 13 year old daughter, Kylie, who was his whole world. 

    Unfortunately, Robert was not prepared to leave this world so soon.  It is our wish that our industry colleagues join together to support Robert’s daughter where we can.  In lieu of flowers for Robert Bret's memorial service, the family respectfully requests donations are made to help his surviving daughter, Kylie, with her future college tuition expenses. Please help us to help Kylie make her way in life after this tragedy. Money does not solve everything. And it will never replace a loving father. But, your generosity will pay forward in ways we know you can appreciate.

    For more information or do donate today please visit - http://www.youcaring.com/tuition-fundraiser/help-send-kylie-to-college-/67844

    About Robert:

    Robert served as FSSA executive director for three years. He had more than 14 years of training experience in several fields including formulating human-resources policies and procedures, employment law, developing trainings and seminars, recruitment, testing, placement, orientation, benefits and labor relations.

     "Robert was big guy. But, as big as he was physically, he was a softy. His quiet way and soft spoken humor belied that big physical presence. He was truly a gentle man,” FSSA President Lewis Pollack said in a letter to association members. "In our professional association, he was an extremely effective administrator and a real advocate for FSSA. In all the time we worked together, I never heard him raise his voice in anger or frustration—almost a feat of magic given the stresses of his position.”

    "Robert was a great source of common-sense advice to University Self Storage earlier this year when we had to deal with the sudden passing of two tenants and how to handle the units,” posted Mary Fischer, property-leasing manager for the Sarasota, Fla., facility, to the online community Self-Storage Talk. "Robert was kind and patient and quick to respond.”

    A military veteran, Bret served in the U.S. Army for two years out of high school before joining the Navy for another three years. Bret’s father, Robert E. Bret, was a 20-year career Navy officer who also died earlier this year.

    "Robert was a big man with a big heart and a kind soul,” said Pollack, who is also managing principal for StoreSmart, a national developer and asset manager of self-storage properties. "Robert was truly a good man. He will be missed by everyone whose life he touched.”

    Bret is survived by his 13-year-old daughter Kylie, mother Marilyn Bret, sister Nicole Handy, brother-in-law Michael Handy, nephew Ryland Handy, and several aunts, uncles and cousins.

    Thank you for your support. Robert will be missed by everyone whose life he touched.


  • Sunday, June 30, 2013 5:33 AM | CSSSA Admin (Administrator)
    Posted by: Erin King

    An Article by Steven E. Schraibman, AIA, CPE, CASp

    There is an often misconceived notion amongst property and business owners that the whole nasty issue of ADA compliance will go away. The belief goes something along the idea that some magic piece of legislation will come along that will drive the disabled access activists and serial plaintiffs into the barren wasteland of forgotten legislative missteps, and then they can then simply go on with the business of, well, making business.

    In California, we are particularly susceptible to this myopic mirage and every couple of years a "fix it” piece of legislation gets passed and signed into law that is supposed to do just that- fix it. But in essence this never really happens; instead of fixing on the target it simply moves the goal posts, which leaves all the players scurrying and jockeying for position. There are a multitude of reasons for this situation, much of which goes way beyond the scope of this article.

    This issue is not about Democrat, Libertarian or Republican politics –it is simply about the American way. We do not discriminate. We are a nation of, to paraphrase Emma Lazarus’ immortal words emblazoned on the Statue of Liberty- "…Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free…”

    We in California are not alone. There are a gaggle of other states in which business and property owners are too apparently stymied by ADA dragons and demons. States like Texas, Florida, and Alabama to name just a few.

    The latest bill in California that attempts to squeeze its ungainly bulk into that misshapen mold is SB1186, which was meant to reduce or even eliminate frivolous "ADA” litigation – except that the critical part, according to property owners and advocates was left on the cutting room floor- namely the part about a notice period identifying alleged barriers at a property before a would be plaintiff can sue.

    This is not the first time this has happened where such a clause was omitted in the final bill, but in addition to this ‘slap in the face’ another requirement crept in; namely Section 12 of SB1186, which essentially requires a property owner to disclose (from July 1, 2013), in the event of a sale, refinance or lease, if the property has been CASp inspected.

    "SEC. 12. Section 1938 is added to the Civil Code, to read

    1938. A commercial property owner or lessor shall state on every lease form or rental agreement executed on or after July 1, 2013, whether the property being leased or rented has undergone inspection by a Certified Access Specialist (CASp), and, if so, whether the property has or has not been determined to meet all applicable construction-related accessibility standards pursuant to Section 55.53”

    This essentially impacts all non-residential leases from July 1, 2013 onwards and not only impacts the property owners, but the property managers as well in that a failure to advise client’s correctly could have legal ramifications and potential loss of business implications as well.

    The inspection has to be carried out by a CASp- not just any other party, which includes consultants who might otherwise be knowledgeable in all things ADA, but don’t have the CASp certification.

    Properties inspected by a CASp consultant have to be brought into compliance with all applicable accessibility standards as identified in the CASp report. This means additional costs for the owner- something they might not have budgeted for.

    One could also read other potential issues, such as the responsibility falling back to the owner for non-compliance issues in the actual tenant space and the cost of defending against litigation and indemnifying the tenants. Very often in the past owners would require that the tenant indemnify them against ADA barriers in the tenant space, but now an owner handing over a space that is identified as not being in compliance has additional legal exposure should they not correct the alleged access barriers.

    Also if a potential tenant is looking at renting and finds two properties that are the same the prospective tenant who is savvy would likely go with the property that affords them the least exposure, i.e. the property that has been CASp certified and the identified barriers to access addressed.

    If one reads into the possibilities that may evolve out of SB1186, it would appear that the long term implications seem to be leaning to all properties being CASp certified eventually and hence everything being compliant with all applicable accessibility standards. A similar situation can be found in residential real estate where in selling a house an owner must get a termite clearance.

    This would in theory all but eliminate the serial plaintiffs and their cadre, but for an unwary owner or property manager, this could spell disaster. So instead of things becoming simpler, they just got more complex. And if you add to this the conflicts between the new (2010) federal ADA and the current California Accessibility code, a property owner runs the risk of being in violation of one if they are in compliance with the other.

    So what is an owner or property manager to do? Well businesses in California have a gift in and it is called the CASp certificate. By having a property audited by a CASp inspector, not only is the property afforded certain "special legal rights” when it comes to litigation exposure, but in addition the owner may have a window of time to address barriers that are more significant and which may have a meaningful fiscal impact.

    But aside from CASp and against traditional business protocol and current market trends in the insurance industry there is a company that is actually offering insurance in an area that is the single most litigious issue confronting business and property owners – ADA compliance.

    A company based in California and with an extensive reputation in the property and real estate insurance environment – Sullivan Curtis Munroe has a unique product designed especially to afford protection from ADA lawsuits- ADA Compliance Plus®.

    So to sum up it would seem that the sane approach would be to get CASp certified and obtain the ADA insurance. Don’t wait…just CASp it.

    About Steve Schraibman

    Steve Schraibman holds licenses as an Architect, General Contractor, Certified Professional Cost Estimator (CPE) and Certified Access Specialist (CASp). With his qualifications and broad range of experience he brings a multitude of related skills to the resolution of often complex problems that would ordinarily require the services of a number of experts.

    Please visit our website at www.arcor-inc.com or call us to arrange a consultation.

    San Diego (858) 481-4494 Los Angeles (310) 431-9389 N. Cal. (650) 468-0307

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