Concierge Storage Owner Asks New Yorkers to Open Their Closets and Their Hearts This Holiday Season. According to Box Butler owner Scott Sinclair, his company is continuing its partnership with Housing Works, to raise money for New Yorkers living with HIV.
Concierge Storage Owner Asks New Yorkers to Open Their Closets and Their Hearts This Holiday Season
Online PR News – 04-December-2013 –Scott Sinclair, owner and founder of Box Butler (www.theboxbutler.com), an innovative company that provides hassle-free storage services to the greater New York City area, is trying to get the word out this holiday season, about his company’s continuing partnership with Housing Works (www.housingworks.org), raising money for HIV-infected New Yorkers.
“At Box Butler, we believe that storage is necessary for the things you have, value, or need occasional access too – from seasonal clothes, to sports gear and mementoes,” Sinclair explained. “We also believe that holding on to items that you no longer need produces clutter and stress in your life. That’s why we help our clients by making it easier to find a new purpose for those items through donation.”
Box Butler is different because the company does all of the moving and handles all of your storage at its own warehouse, which is located in New Jersey. All customers have to do is pack. Box Butler can even supply the boxes.
“From our earliest days, we have partnered with Housing Works,” Sinclair said. “We have run this program for more than five years and we have literally donated thousands of pounds of clothing and other soft good items, including books and children’s toys, raising thousands upon thousands of dollars.”
According to Sinclair, along with any scheduled pick-up or delivery, Box Butler Storage takes these donations to Housing Works on behalf of their clients. Box Butler will also obtain a stamped donation receipt and return that receipt to the client for tax purposes.
“We are so pleased that our clients continue to use our service, both to store those items they really need,” Sinclair said, “as well as to re-purpose those items they no longer require. It is such a feel-good experience.”
The Box Butler is a full-service storage pick-up and delivery service. The Box Butler offers affordable urban storage solutions as an alternative to traditional self-storage in New York City, Brooklyn, New Jersey, as well as in the surrounding areas. For more information, visit www.BoxButler.com or call 888.881.0810.