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ChristopherJames
Member Since: June 29, 2018
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Super Easy Storage loves it when we have newcomers joining us as franchisees. We have an amazing system of transportable modules here in Australia and we hope that our business model is able to reach even more people so that they can experience our exceptional self-storage model for themselves! Christopher James will be helping Super Easy Storage in that capacity as the newest Managing Director of the franchise, in Brisbane North.

As a young father, he and his fiance, along with their young son have a bright future ahead with us. 
Chris is a very motivated man who enjoys reading the autobiographies and testimonials of successful entrepreneurs and he counts Warren Buffet and Richard Branson amongst his heroes. That being said, he takes to heart a lot of the tips that these great inspirational leaders share and has his own personal motto to "Dream, Believe, Create, (and) Succeed" in this self storage business.


And we don't doubt that he will definitely do so! Our winning formula brings the whole concept of self storage directly to our customer so that they save lots of time and money when it comes to carrying out a move. All our customers need to do is pick up the phone and give our consultants a call and we'll be able to arrange a convenient day and date to bring their personal self-storage modules directly to their front step!


Along with many other services, we know that Super Easy Storage Brisbane North will definitely keep growing and helping people all over Brisbane on their self storage journey!



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