What You'll Get
Humans have long been denied access to prime treetop storage space by the impregnable bureaucracy of squirrel property laws. Stake a claim on terra firma with today’s Groupon: for $30, you get $100 worth of storage-space rentals at A Storage Inn. This Groupon is valid at 10 locations in the New Orleans area.
A Storage Inn gives personal effects a home away from home in a secure and convenient self-storage sanctuary. The facilities boast lockers in sizes to suit any client's needs, from a small space fit for storing spare armadillo suits or areas as large as a warehouse for harboring a runaway T. rex. Whether hibernating belongings take cover in a 5'x5' ($45+/month) or 10'x10' ($75+/month) space, they'll sleep safely under the attentive aegis of a facility manager who lives on the premises. Thermostats in climate-controlled units meticulously maintain precise temperature and humidity levels, sparing delicate clothes, furniture, and electronics the humiliation of frizzy hair and structural atrophy.
All storage citadels are located on the ground floor with no stairs or elevators, allowing even non-telekinetic locker loaders to easily store heavy desks, couches, and grand xylophones. Rates listed are based on month-to-month contracts and subject to location and availability. Please contact your preferred location for details and pricing on available units.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 17, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for location purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About A Storage Inn
With 11 locations around the Bayou State, including one that was used in filming HBO's True Detective, A Storage Inn gives New Orleanians plenty of space to store their belongings. The units have up to 14-foot ceilings and air-conditioning systems that control humidity levels. Best of all, each location's manager lives and works on the premises, so there's always someone watching over your stuff—in addition to Superman, of course.