4 FAMOUS PEOPLE WHO SHOULD HAVE A STORAGE UNIT
March 30th, 2017
Celebrities are constantly looking for ways to expand their brands. Because of who are, they cannot wear the same item of clothing twice. Whether it is a performance or a red carpet appearance, they must wear unique pieces every time to promote themselves. On television shows, we sometimes get a peek into their lavish lives and one look at any celebrity closet or garage will reveal the need for extra storage. Below we’ve assembled a list of a few celebrities who we believe would benefit from a storage unit:
If you’ve seen any episode of Keeping up with the Kardashians, you will notice that Kris Jenner has been called a hoarder by her daughters because of the clutter in her drawers and garage with items that date back to the early 90s. In addition, her daughters do move in and out of her home from time to time. If anyone in the Kardashian family needs a storage unit it would be Kris.
DJ Khaled’s sneaker collection probably surpasses that of any human being on earth. He’s already built an entire room to display his collection. More than likely his collection will continue to grow and with that in mind, he should look into a storage unit in the future.
Beyonce broke the internet on February 1st of 2017 with news of her twin bundles of joy. As her household continues to rapidly expand, she may need to make some room for her kids. A storage unit would be a wise investment in the future.
Lady Gaga has always been known to be a showstopper. Her performances are always packed with amazing dance routines, music, and lighting. However, it is her costumes are always the eye candy at her concerts. From bubble wrap to meat costumes, she has worn it all. With hundreds of shows and tours, she needs to store her wigs, clothing, and costumes somewhere and a storage unit would be the answer.If you are moving or just looking to make some extra space in your home, consider Treasure Island Storage. We have facilities located all over New York and New Jersey. Check us out online or call us at (347) 454-7455.