Proud Sponsor of Shane Kline
Shane Kline, an American cyclist, actively competing to qualify for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo Japan as a member of the US Olympic track cycling team. SmartStop CEO, Michael Schwartz, reached out to Kline after his former team, US Men’s Continental Road team, folded following the conclusion of their 2015 season with the intent to fuel Shane's Olympic drive. Since then, Kline has been racing key USA Cycling events throughout the US, including select international track racing events. We are honored to be sponsoring an ambitious athlete like Kline, and we are rooting for him as he chases his Olympic Dream!
Proud Sponsor of Mississauga Steelheads
The Mississauga Steelheads are a junior ice hockey team located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. We believe our partnership with the Steelheads represents an authentic convergence of two brands with similar visions and values for its members and all those involved. This partnership provides us with opportunities to engage with Sauga fans year-round through various marketing activities and digital marketing exposure. Fierce competitors in the Ontario Hockey League, the Steelheads’ 2018-2019 season just wrapped up, and SmartStop Self Storage is excited to see what next season brings!
Proud Sponsor of MMA Fighters
SmartStop Self Storage is proud to sponsor multiple MMA fighters. Each month, SmartStop works with KOReps and Bellator MMA to sponsor various fighters and events.
Proud Sponsor of Jessica Klejka
SmartStop is proud to sponsor Jessica Klejka, Alaskan born, musher and veterinarian, actively training to race in "The Last Great Race on Earth" 2019 Iditarod. What started off as mushing smaller teams from her father's recreational team, blossomed into a Dr. of Veterinarian Medicine career coupled with a continued dedicated commitment to pursuing her lifelong dream of competing in the Iditarod. SmartStop is honored to be apart of Jessica's rookie debut in the Iditarod as she mushes her TailWind Kennel team from Anchorage, in south central Alaska, to Nome on the western Bering Sea coast. A race covering 1,000 miles of the roughest, most beautiful terrain Mother Nature has to offer.
In support of Jessica's 2019 Iditarod journey SmartStop will be donating to a charity of her choice, Alaska Native Rural Veterinary Inc.