After what feels like centuries of running a successful business (and pressure from the missus), you’ve decided to do some downsizing. Even though your entire career is focused on the events of one glorious Yuletide day, you work all year round. That can’t be a good business model…even if you are the only expert in the field. It certainly isn’t time for you to “hang up your suit” as they say; children around the world rely on you.
Who else is supposed to deliver presents on December 25th? The Easter Bunny? Yeah, right. He can’t even hide tiny eggs. Plus, he checks his Instagram follow count all day instead of doing his job.
Yes, it’s time for some reevaluation. Money is getting a little tight. It’s not cheap running a business in today’s “sustainable” market and modern best practices. Your elves (sorry, your employees) get paid $15 an hour and make double on overtime. (Take that, retail store that will not be named!) After all, they work holidays, listen to the demands of all customers, and run damage control on December 26th when you’re taking a long nap.
Your accountant suggested storing your company vehicle, “the sleigh,” as some may call it, offsite. It takes up valuable space the rest of the year in a warehouse that could potentially boost your productivity. Store it elsewhere, and you could open a new workshop. That means more work could get done and you would have more time with your lovely wife. Her white, puffy hair and never-ending red wardrobe make you so happy.
Plus, that might give you time to get some exercise in next year. As it turns out, your doctor doesn’t appreciate the total annihilation of cookies and milk. You can’t help it—it’s not your fault folks leave treats for you. Maybe you could ask them to start leaving sugar-free cookies and almond milk? It’s worth a try to lose some pounds before the rush next year.
But all of this can only happen if you find a storage solution for your sleigh. Tell Rudolph to head towards StorBox in Pasadena. With vehicle storage units, custom moving carts, and accommodations to help you move in, it’s a lot easier than tying a ribbon on a present. (We totally understand, those are made for tiny hands). Just stay clear of any grandmas on the way in, please. You don’t want another PR disaster.