Opening Doors for Self Storage

The Self Storage Association of SC exists to continually improve the quality of the Self Storage industry in South Carolina by providing our members with opportunities for education, research, discussion and sharing of information.  We strive to offer leadership on issues that affect our industry and to improve the standard of conduct within Self Storage.

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SSASC Announces Officers and New Director

During the SC/GA Southeastern Self Storage Conference & Trade Show,  SSASC announced new board officers and new director. Brian Petersen serves as President, and Jeannette Spurlock is Vice President. Chris Simcoe is Secretary, and Kevin Leebrick is Treasurer. Stephanie Winfree is the Vice President of Education. Gustavo Daza is the Past President. Randy Huber joins the board as director. Learn more

Assemble. Advocate. Advance.

Simple as that. How do we do it?

Self Storage Association of South Carolina was formally organized in 2012.  We seek to continue to meet the needs of our members by:
  • Uniting members of the Self Storage industry that are actively engaged in or interested in, the self storage business.
  • Developing and encouraging high standards of business conduct and operation of facilities through research, discussion and exchange of information.
  • Providing a forum for the education of association members, self storage owners/operators and of the general public.
  • Providing opportunities for members to increase their knowledge of the self storage business, industry trends, and services.
  • Providing state-wide leadership on issues of concern to members of the Association.
  • Providing information and resources, lawfully and appropriately, to further these purposes, as permitted by the State of South Carolina. 

Why SSASC?

  • Free Rental Agreement
  • Commonly Used Forms
  • Free National Membership
  • Lien Sale Checklist
  • Meetings & Networking
  • Legislative Monitoring
  • Education
  • Auction Listing
  • Vendor List
  • Operational Forms