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Partnering for a Better Community: A Plus Super Storage and Communities in Schools of the South Plains

You can find Communities in Schools of the South Plains (CIS) serving more than 8,000 students and their families on over 80 school campuses in 21 school districts. CIS is critical to the betterment of lives for young kids! Their programs keep kids in schools and reduce dropout rates.

 

Covering the $450 per-student cost for program services requires corporate and individual support. A Plus Super Storage goes beyond storage rentals to benefit Lubbock-area kids and families!

 

Partnering for Success

Lubbock-based Affordable Storage and A-Plus Super Storage partners with CIS through corporate support and sponsorships for fundraising events like the CIS Gala and the Peace, Love & Mud volleyball tournament. For the past three years, the volleyball tournament has been held onsite at A-Plus Super Storage. Look for more information coming soon on the 2022 volleyball tournament event!

 

Michael Postar is passionate about improving the Lubbock community and its youth residents. What began as an initial corporate sponsorship with CIS turned into an ongoing investment of his time and resources by serving as a board member for the past five years.

 

Commitment to Community

Michael Postar leads A Plus Super Storage and Affordable Storage with the same passion and drive he gives to CIS, and his commitment to improving the lives of young people is evident in everything he does. Michael also supports Make-A-Wish of North Texas, UMC Children’s Hospital, and Covenant Children’s Hospital.

 

A Plus Super Storage and Affordable Storage have been longstanding partners to CIS, with event sponsorships, toy drives and more. CIS is an outstanding organization and we are incredibly proud to support their mission!

 

You can give to CIS through online donations or by shopping their Amazon smile link. Also, we are asking the Lubbock community to bring a new and unopened toy to any A Plus Super Storage location to support CIS kids in need this holiday season!

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