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    Posted April 10, 2014 by
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    StoreWithMe.com Gets Funded by Tony Hsieh's Downtown Project

     

    StoreWithMe is a site where you can rent storage to and from your neighbors. Rent our an open shed, or extra space in a garage, or just space in a room. StoreWithMe.com helps people find spaces and connects them to your neighbors.

     

    StoreWithMe (http://www.storewithme.com) just recieved an investment from Tony Heish's, Vegas Tech Fund, as part of the Mill Mentorship program. They have moved into an incubator in downtown Las Vegas called, Work In Progress.

     

    StoreWithMe is an international platform serving anyone, anywhere in the world. Homeowners renting out their space set their prices and policies. The site has no contracts, no listing fees for rental providers, and insures all storage.

     

    Renting a space on Store With Me is secure and insured in case of natural disaster or theft. Store With Me conducts full background checks on each storage provider and insures your items up to $1,000,000. You'll be at peace knowing your stuff is in good hands.

     

    The cost structure starts at $30/ month and goes up. Rather than being locked into a contract, all spaces rent month-to-month with no cancelation fees. Storage providers pay Storewithme no fee.

     

    StoreWithMe was founded by Rob Dunfey, a business school dropout from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. Rob is also the founder of Lesson Pro a marketplace for private lessons. Some of his most popular businesses include: Goskate.com and TennisProNow.com

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