Profile for MarkSindone
Member Since: July 13, 2018
Mark Sindone is a young businessman who has just started to run his own franchise in the inner west suburbs of Sydney. Describing himself as full of energy and someone who enjoys a challenge he is excited about his new self-storage venture, Archive Storage Inner West, a franchise of Supercheap Storage. Although he still has 2 years to complete before getting his degree in Commerce Law he has postponed it for the time being to focus on his new project. When not working he thrives on playing outdoor sports or meeting friends to try some new outdoor activity, his favourite at the moment being water-polo.
And as if there wasn't enough going on in his personal life, Mark is also currently the manager of the Self Storage Sydney Inner West outlet of the widely successful Supercheap Storage chain in Australia. Starting his franchise a little over 2 years ago, he has since been able to boost the number of customers that his outlet services to over 800 people!
Meanwhile there's still a lot of things going on at the Inner West outlet. Mark is still managing the phones and customer enquiries. With all the good will and good service that we're bringing into the self storage industry, we keep getting enquiries for what exactly we can do for our customers. Our dedicated staff handling our hotlines are trained to be able to advise you exactly what you need and not only that, but to help you find a quote for sa storage solutions that's tailored just for you!
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