11 Mar 2013

Storage Wars to potentially debut in Canada

Canadian television might be making room for a new time slot for its own version of Storage Wars, one of America's most popular television shows. According to the Toronto Star, Guy O'Sullivan, president of Toronto's Proper Television Inc., said he and his team are casting for the show, however, they have yet to reach a deal. Storage Wars focuses on a group of individuals who purchase storage units in search of finding treasures.

Having a Toronto self storage unit can be extremely beneficial for people who don't have enough room in their homes or apartments to hold their personal belongings. 

According to the show's casting call, Proper Television is looking for individuals who have experience bidding at auctions and estate sales. In addition, the producers are looking for people who are interested in antique shopping or consignment stores. 

Jiffy offers businesses plenty of options for Toronto storage, whether one needs to store filing cabinets or office supplies. What's more, the company is currently holding a contest for a new iPad 3, which is a device that just about every business person could use to help improve productivity.

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