With more than 35 facilities spread across Arizona and California, StorAmerica helps homeowners, renters, and business owners manage their living and working spaces with handy self-storage units, huge 14? moving trucks, and safe stowing spaces for RVs, cars, and boats. Before freeing up valuable square footage in their domiciles, clients zero in on their exact storage-space requirement with a 3-D calculator, ensuring that every inch of storage is put to use. In addition to helping customers haul and stock cargo, California Arizona Storage Centers recycles computers, TVs, copiers, and other electronics through its All Green Electronics Recycling program, diverting more than 250,000 pounds of waste from landfills since 2010, and staving off the imminent nanobot uprising for at least a few more years.
Clients entrust their valuables to Baker Fairview Self Storage, and the facility pulls out all the stops in order to keep those belongings safe. A computer-controlled gate greets each entrant, and a closed-circuit television system keeps constant watch over the grounds. At the storage unit—which come in a variety of sizes—the door is alarmed individually, discouraging intruders from tampering with your stuff even if they manage to get past the gate. Owners, meanwhile, can opt for cool basement units and take advantage of the packing and moving supplies available for purchase.
Founded in the mid-1980s, The California Women's Conference boasts a long and proud tradition of lectures and discussion panels aimed especially at women in business. Some highlights from past years include a panel and sack race featuring Michelle Obama, Ann Romney, Cindy McCain, and Elizabeth Edwards in 2007 and a historic address from the Dalai Lama and Maria Shriver in 2006. Beyond
annual conventions, The California Women’s Conference offers news and resources with a lively online community.
405 Airport Parking's five-level garage sits a quick shuttle ride from the bustle of LAX. That shuttle ride is free, not to mention reliable?the garage's drivers ferry travelers to the airport every 15-20 minutes, around the clock. Similar convenience characterizes the rest of the lot. The 500, mostly covered spaces easily accommodate peak season, and online reservations allow for worry-free auto drop-off. The garage team doesn't even shy away from mild car trouble. They can jump dead batteries, inflate flat tires, and, when it's chilly, warm up radio antennas with tiny beanies.
Situated next to one of the world's busiest airports, The Park At LAX gives fliers a convenient location to stash their cars. The lot's attendants keep watch over the flock of vehicles 24 hours a day, making it safer than leaving a car on the street or dressing it up in a Boeing 747 costume. The lot's shuttle runs laps between the lot and the airport terminals, scooping up clients and their luggage every 15 minutes.