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Refer a Friend & Save on Your Move

Making your move to the Pocono area soon? Renting storage is an easy and affordable way to organize your belongings as you move into your new home. And when you store with Moose Crossing Self Storage, you can even save money. Because when you refer a friend to us, you each get $50 off your next rental. We have been helping tenants move all year, as many people have been moving from big cities. We looked at why so many people were flocking to the suburbs.

Reasons City Residents Moved Elsewhere During the Pandemic

  1. High Cost of Living in a Bad Job Market. New York, Chicago, and San Francisco are some of the priciest cities to live in, and they saw some of the largest numbers of people to move away once the pandemic started. People were losing their jobs and could not afford future rent.
  2. Lost Freedoms to Government Mandates. City governments imposed restrictions for safety, but residents did not welcome them across the board. When some people saw more rural areas still had the ability to go to restaurants and shops, they were persuasive to consider other locations.
  3. Large Populations. It makes it easier to follow the six-feet-apart rule when you have the space to do so. City stores, restaurants, and public transportation can get crowded. Many people left the city permanently or temporarily for their own safety.

Moose Crossing Self Storage’s Refer a Friend Deal

Ready to see how Moose Crossing Self Storage can help you move? Stop by our storage facility on Route 940 to check out our drive-up and interior storage selection. We also offer secure vehicle storage in Blakeslee PA. See all our available storage units online. You can reserve your storage unit online today!
Refer a friend to save $50 on your next storage rental!

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Tim Glasow

About the Author: Tim is an SEO Strategist at Storage Asset Management in York, PA. He is a self-storage industry specialist who has written about everything from storage advice and helpful resources to industry trends. In his free time, Tim enjoys sampling craft beer and exploring the local music scene.