AAA Quality Self Storage

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In a Nutshell

Stow belongings in secure storage units with cameras, computer entry, and individual alarms on each unit

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Oct 8, 2015. Amount paid never expires. New customers only. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Subject to availability. Cannot be combined with any other discount. Only refundable for face value. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose from 11 Options

First month’s rent for a storage unit, choose from the following options: * $29.99 for up to a 10”x25” unit in Covina ($281 value) * $29.99 for up to a 10”x20” unit in Tustin ($291 value) * $29.99 for up to a 10”x23” unit in Lake Forest ($314 value) * $29.99 for up to a 10”x20” unit in Long Beach ($270 value) * $29.99 for up to a 12”x15” unit in Sun Valley ($200 value) * $29.99 for up to a 10”x15” unit in Norwalk ($174 value) * $29.99 for up to a 10”x23” unit in Corona ($195 value) * $29.99 for up to a 10”x30” unit in Victorville ($168 value) * $29.99 for up to a 10”x19” unit in Compton ($115 value) * $29.99 for up to a 10”x20” unit in Barstow ($127 value) * $29.99 for up to a 10”x20” unit in Stanton ($296 value)

Four Things to Know About Bubble Wrap

Along with cardboard boxes, newspaper, and pizza, bubble wrap is a moving must-have. Read on to learn more about the plastic bubbles that protect your stuff.

1. The term “bubble wrap” is trademarked. Bubble Wrap is actually a brand name owned by the Sealed Air Corporation, but the term has joined the generic lexicon much like “aspirin” or “zipper.”

2. Popping bubble wrap is a proven stress reliever—at least according to a Western New England College study published in 1992. More recently, a poll conducted by the Sealed Air Corporation in 2012 found that one minute spent popping wrap relieved as much stress as a 33-minute massage.

3. The Bubble Wrap design had a brief, failed stint as 3-D wallpaper. While looking out an airplane window, one of the product’s engineers found inspiration in the clouds—literally, since the clouds seemed to cushion the plane’s descent. Voilà. The once-hopeless product found a new purpose in lining packages and airport tarmacs.

4. There’s a Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day. Chase’s Calendar of Events lists it as the last Monday in January.

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