Ever since first grade, you knew you were destined for great things. You sharpened pencils faster than anybody in Ms. Smith’s class. Any time you had to get in line, you ran full speed ahead. Sorry Katherine B.; try again tomorrow!
Your parents thought that was just a phase, but no. It’s been a while since then, but your competitive drive is still strong. Now, it has grown into a full-blown Olympics obsession. You watch the Olympics every two years, and you believed that one day, you would say, “Guess what, Gabby Douglas? WATCH ME GET THE GOLD!”
Since then, it’s a new Olympic sport every month. First, it was gymnastics. You special-ordered a vault bar and a neon-colored leotard (Amazon really has everything, don’t they?). In the backyard, you practiced splits and flips, and of course you mastered them. But you can’t wait for the next summer Olympics in four years, so you move on.
If Bode Miller and Picabo Street could get medals for skiing, so could you! You bought skis and nice layers and thermals (again, thanks Amazon!). Buying that snow machine might not have been the smartest purchase, but how else were you supposed to practice? You only missed the trials by that much.
Then you watched the winter Olympics and just knew you could curl better than anyone on that screen. So, you bought a set and changed your backyard again. A few broken vases and complaints from your neighbors later, and it’s time for your next great hobby. Who wants to wait for trophies and gold medals? Buy them all! It’s time someone recognizes your efforts.
But now your house looks like a sad, old Olympics locker room. Your dog doesn’t have a place to sleep. Where can you put everything—the monuments to your athletic triumphs—that keeps it easily accessible? Well, you need a safe place with lots of room.
Store it at STORBOX! With seven entry gates and open seven days a week, STORBOX offers unit sizes from 5×5 to 10×30 square feet. All lighting is motion-activated in case you want to check back in just to see all the medals you’ve won! All entries are logged at the gates and there are 41 security cameras to keep track, just in case Gabby Douglas or Simone Biles gets a little handsy and comes for your medals!