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5 Jul 2009

New Jiffy Self Storage Toronto website launched in July

In keeping with our Jiffy Self Storage policy of upgrading storage services and public storage offerings, a new Jiffy storage website was launched during the first week of July. This is the third major change to our website design since we launched our first self storage Toronto website in 1998. The look and feel of the website design was incorporated to reflect latest in contemporary design and advancements in web design.  For those persons that have a more web technical background, the self storage website was designed in PHP and utilizes flash banner ads that load various Toronto moving and storage images randomly to give each visitor a better feel for the Jiffy Storage Units offerings available in a much better organized layout than the previous Jiffy mini storage website.  The backend (or access to the inner workings of the website) was designed so that web changes can easily be made by persons not familiar with PHP programming. New pages can…

1 Jun 2009

Mississauga, ON – At a televised ceremony at Stagewest Dinner Theatre, Allan Barkin, President of Jiffy Self-Storage, received the Consumers’ Choice Award for Business Excellence. This award has an illustrious history of over 20 years in Canada. Attending the formal dinner awards ceremony were attendees from Federal, Provincial and Municipal levels of government. Jiffy Self Storage is one of a handful of businesses that have received this award for 13 consecutive years. Barkin said, “We are very proud of this accomplishment that did not come easy.” Canada’s leading research agency, Léger Marketing, on behalf of the Consumers’ Choice Institute, randomly polls consumers to identify top businesses for “excellence in service, business and integrity. Léger Marketing, contacts consumers in top Canadian and American cities, including…

6 May 2009

Although our Jiffy self storage Toronto brand is strong and our logo was well recognized, there was a feeling that the then current logo looked tired. It did not have the bounce nor was it memorable. A well known Toronto graphic artist was retained to do a critique of the logo and his comments were as follows: The font used for the yellow Jiffy name looked old and dated. “Self Storage” text used in conjunction with “Jiffy” was hard to read and therefore did not immediately represent the Toronto self storage service to the casual looker. Our mandate back to the designer for changes to the mini storage Toronto logo was to modify and freshen up the public storage Toronto logo…

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