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markgrogan
Member Since: July 9, 2018
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Mark Grogan's personal motto is to "Be yourself; everyone else is already taken." And he has truly been true to himself in the years leading up to him taking up the mantle of being the manager of the new SuperCheap Self Storage Wollongong.

Mark has not let social norms dictate how he is going to live his life and because of that, his story is one of the more exciting ones amongst our SuperCheap Storage managers!

Even in his days as a student, Mark has strived to do what he felt he needed to do for himself, so instead of heading to university, he struck out on his own to work in an apprenticeship in the heavy industrial sector amongst heavy machinery and equipment. He learnt a lot of his street smarts there and once he earned enough, brought what he learnt with him on a round the world trip.

Mark continued to back-pack not only across Australia but the other continents of the world to satisfy his growing wanderlust. And it would only be after several years before he would hear his home calling him to come back and settle down.

But now that he's back, after a brief stint in a corporate setting, Mark again decides to strike out again but as a business owner. Mark can boast of being able to handle each and every one of the different responsibilities in all the departments of the storage facility in Wollongong! And under his dedication and constant supervision, we are sure to see more of the fruits of his labour in the flourishing of the Illawarra outlet in the very near future!



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