XPS Solutions Launches Exciting ISS Giveaway for New Clients

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XPS Solutions is thrilled to announce the launch of an exclusive giveaway for new clients, offering a chance to attend the renowned Inside Self-Storage World Expo. This exciting opportunity underscores XPS Solutions’ commitment to enhancing the self-storage industry through innovative solutions and community engagement.

The giveaway officially began on December 1 and will run until December 29. Eligible participants, who must be new clients of XPS solutions, can enter by scheduling and attending a demo. This offer highlights the company’s dedication to providing top-tier solutions and services to the self-storage sector.

The grand prize, valued at over $3200, includes:

  • Two all-access passes to the Inside Self-Storage World Expo
  • A three-night stay at Harrah‘s during the event dates
  • Up to $600 in airfare credit

“ISS is an event of tremendous value for new and existing self-storage owners, operators, managers, and vendors. And knowing this package could be a catalyst for someone gaining knowledge and relationships that could help their business thrive brings us tremendous joy.” Says Jennifer Downer, Chief Operating Officer.

The Inside Self-Storage World Expo is known for being a pivotal event in the self-storage industry, featuring comprehensive educational sessions, networking opportunities, and the latest in product and service innovations.

For more details on the giveaway and how to participate, please visit www.xpsusa.com/contact. Interested parties are encouraged to act swiftly, as the opportunity to win this valuable experience will end at the end of the month.


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