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Storage in San Antonio, TX
It’s a great day at Lockaway! Our store is conveniently located on W.W. White Road right across from Mr. and Mrs. G’s Soul Food and right down the street from the famous Big Lou’s Pizza, home of the biggest and best pizza in the city of San Antonio, Texas. Come check out our facility. We strive to ensure your every storage need is not only met, but exceeded.
We offer some of the best storage units in San Antonio, ranging in size from 5x10 to 10x20, with 9- to 10-foot ceilings. We have outdoor parking available as well. We take great pride in providing you with the very best San Antonio storage experience possible by offering many features other storage companies lack, such as extended access hours, which allows you to access your unit from 6:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. every day of the year, though we can easily accommodate 24-hour access if needed. Our office hours are from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and from 8:00 to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday.
Our facility provides competitive rates at a premium service. We offer month-to-month contracts to help accommodate your needs and budget and we do not charge a deposit. Unlike many San Antonio storage facilities with limited or nonexistent dumpster access, Lockaway Storage understands many customers generate trash to dispose of while moving and storing possessions, which is why you will find onsite dumpsters for your convenience.
Our wide and well-lit aisles are easy to maneuver and allow the majority of our storage units to have convenient drive-up access so you can unload directly from your vehicle into your unit. Our 5x10 units are located within well-lit hallways providing even more protection for your belongings from the elements. Specialty services, including accepting commercial deliveries for you, are available for your convenience at no additional charge. The manager personally delivers your packages ensuring the safe delivery of your items.
We recognize your time is valuable and we offer numerous payment methods to meet your needs. Currently we accept payments online through our website, over the phone, and by mail, and of course you are always welcome to stop by the office during business hours or drop your payment through our drop box after hours. For the safety of your belongings, we have security cameras, security lighting, and computerized security gates to ensure that only current tenants have access to the facility. Thank you for choosing Lockaway Storage. We look forward to helping you with all your storage needs!
Happy 1-Year Anniversary to Daniel Pizzuto
Here at Lockaway Storage, we know our success is due to our wonderful team. The care they give our renters is unparalleled and we want to highlight their milestones along the way. Below is an interview with San Antonio team member Daniel Pizzuto who is celebrating his 1-year anniversary with Lockaway Storage this week. All interviews are performed by Peter Soto.
Daniel is the facility manager at Lockaway Storage – WW White.
Peter: How did you get started in the self-storage industry?
Daniel: I sold my business about a year and a half ago and kind of semi-retired, and then decided I wanted to work again and wanted something that wasn’t a high-pressure job, and I applied at Lockaway and was hired that day and I like it. It’s not a micromanaged job. You can get in and do your work and be happy, and it’s a good experience for me. I’m very, very happy working for this company.
Peter: That’s great. What kind of business did you have before?
Daniel: I owned a swimming pool company.
Peter: Oh nice, nice, and I know that we have a few commercial renters that do that kind of work. Do you guys have any at your facility?
Daniel: I have one that’s been here for quite awhile and then I give him extended gate hours and stuff like that. So–
Peter: That’s great.
Daniel: -he’s a worker, he works early in the morning. If I can’t let him get into his storage unit then he can’t work.
Peter: Yep, yep, that’s for sure. No doubt about that. Well, cool. Let me see, I got a couple of questions written down just so I don’t forget anything You said that it’s not a micromanaged job, that you’re enjoying working it. What would you say is the best thing about working for Lockaway?
Daniel: The interaction with people, the support from Don. Don is a very wealthy individual and has a lot of businesses, but in the same breath he takes the time to be able to talk with his employees on a regular basis, and he’s pretty down to earth. It’s kind of hard to find an owner like that in the industry nowadays, any industry really. But he’s a great guy, everybody is pretty much hands-on. My district manager is real nice, it don’t bother me. I bring in money and I don’t have any units to rent. I’m 100% full.
Peter: There you go, yeah. That’s great. That’s a good situation to be in for sure.
Daniel: Yes, sir.
Peter: Yeah, so are you from the San Antonio area, then?
Daniel: No, I’m originally from the Berkshires up in Massachusetts.
Peter: Oh, okay, great, what brought you down to Texas?
Daniel: It was a long time ago, I was going through a divorce. just got [laughter] drunk one night with a bunch of my friends, and just put my finger on the map. And it said San Antonio, and that’s where I ended up going. [laughter]
Peter: No way. You’ve got to be kidding me?
Daniel: No, that’s what happened.
Peter: Wow. That takes a lot of guts to do something like that.
Daniel: [laughter] I needed the change [laughter].
Peter: It’s good that you made the change. It sounds like you’re pretty happy with it.
Daniel: Oh yeah, yeah. I’ve been married for [inaudible] now. I met her when I came down here. And I have one son. He’s 16. He’s a good boy. He plays football and just stays out of trouble.
Peter: That’s great. It sounds like you carved out a nice spot for yourself.
Daniel: I think I did.
Peter: Nice. Nice. One thing that I’ve been asking everybody that I’ve been talking to, “If I’d never been to San Antonio before,” you’ve been down there for a while now, “what’s something that I can’t miss when I go down there?”
Daniel: The marketplace.
Peter: The marketplace? What is your favorite thing to do in the marketplace?
Daniel: Well, the Market Square is a place where you just walk around and kind of enjoy the different things that they have going on. My wife and I enjoy going to some Fiesta events. And we just have a lot of fun here. Fiesta’s real nice. We should be starting in a couple weeks here. We like to go to the oyster bake. That’s our favorite one that we go to. I’m the kind of person that, I’m not too good around a whole bunch of people. But we do need to get out early. Crowds start coming in, and I don’t like to be with a big, big crowd of people. And again, like I said I’m pretty laid back and I keep to myself.
Peter: You don’t have to wait in line when you get there early, either.
Daniel: Exactly, exactly. We get there when the gates open and we’re out by noon. But we have our fun. We walk around, eat the different foods, stuff like that. But there’s lots to do here in San Antonio. There’s so much.
Peter: Yeah, I’ve been a few times. It’s been great. So you’re semi-retired. Do you have any hobbies that you do that you occupy your time with?
Daniel: From time to time I’ll purchase older vehicles, and restore them, and then sell them. That I usually do. Other than that, I just take care of my pool. I like to cook a lot. I like to barbecue. Obviously, I’m Italian, so I love to cook Italian food, as well.
Peter: I make a mean puttanesca sauce myself. I do a mean chicken piccata too. So I’m right there with you on the cooking.
Daniel: Yeah I made some chicken parm, some homemade sauce, chicken parm meatballs and this weekend and had the family over. Sat there and pigged out.
Peter: Dang. I’m glad it’s just about lunchtime because that description just made me super hungry. [laughter]
Daniel: I know that.
Peter: What was the last one you restored?
Daniel: It was a ’78 Camaro.
Peter: Oh man, yeah if you have a picture of that– Oh jeez that thing looks sweet.
Daniel: I’ll have to look and see if I got one. I’ve restored that thing and some guy from [corpus?] he was in the service, he ended up purchasing it. I just now recently bought a 2003 Chevy Avalanche for my son and and I’m doing some work to that as well, kind of fixing it up a little and stuff like that. I don’t know if he’s going to keep it or if we’ll resell it and get him something different. It’s my little thing. I like to pitter-putter with stuff like that. I collect a lot of beer paraphernalia, like signs and stuff like that. I just collect it and put it in my man cave. And like I said, my life is pretty laid back. I don’t- I’m not a big drama person. I like to come to work here and have fun. I’ve got a very good rapport with all my customers that are renting here, first name basis. I have 270 units. Every unit’s full. We’re getting ready to build another 200. Life is good. People come in. I’m not in the richest part of town. I actually live over by Sea World, so it’s about a half-hour commute.
Peter: Yeah, yeah. And it sounds like they’re giving you a lot of ownership over the way that you run things and that you kind of basically just run with it.
Daniel: Yeah, I do. I mean, being a business owner for 14 years, I had a retail store as well as my construction company. And so I know what it is to run a business. And the way that I feel is that the least I have to bother upper management, the better for me. Because then they’re not having to worry about little things. If there’s something that needs to be fixed and I can do it, I do it. So it’s kind of like a no drama facility.
Peter: I’m sure the company loves that, yeah [laughter].
Daniel: And that’s what I like. I don’t have to worry about Don worrying about me again. Whenever he comes into town he always makes an effort to come over and say hi. At the Christmas party, we sat there for a good 45 minutes just talking about different things. And he’s not a guy that has his nose up in the air. He’s a very influential individual.
Oh, yeah and you know, you would think that someone like that wouldn’t even take the time of day to talk to you and I can call him on his cell phone right now and I can guarantee he’d answer and that’s what I like about working with this company. You know, you have an individual that has a lot of assets, that’s doing a hundred thousand things a day but still would take the time to talk to you. That makes the difference with STRAT and I think if it wasn’t like that I probably wouldn’t be here but, you know, It’s just like the way I ran my business. I always took care of my employees and I always talked to them and you’ve got to. You can take care of your employees and make sure that they’re doing, they’re getting what they expected out of the company as a working force and that’s a good thing.
Peter: Yeah, yeah. I think so. Great. Well, Daniel, that was such an endorsement I don’t really know where to go from there.[laughter] That was kind of everything that I had as far as prepared questions go. I am kind of doing a funny thing with everybody and asking them if they want to give anybody in the company a shout out during their anniversary blog post. Is there anybody at the company that you’d like to give a shout out to?
Daniel: I mean, there’s a couple of people in the company, I mean, Christina, she was the one that initially hired me and at that time i did not even know that she was the vice president and I went into it with an attitude [that said?], Hey, this is my retirement job, I don’t want to be micromanaged, you put me in a position and I just go forward with it. Then all of a sudden I get called back after the interview and am hired and I didn’t have no idea that she was the vice president of the company. Don is a great person and my district manager, Thomas, is kind of like a on-hand no-hands kind of guy. He knows that things are good here. If I call him there’s a reason for it. Other than that he kind of lets me go with the flow and run the facility.
Self Storage Milestone: Happy 2-Year Anniversary to Daniel Pizzuto!
Here at Lockaway Storage, we know our success is due to our wonderful team. The care they give our renters is unparalleled and we want to highlight their milestones along the way. Below is an interview with San Antonio, TX team member Daniel Pizzuto, who is celebrating his 2-year anniversary with Lockaway Storage.
You can meet Daniel at Lockaway Storage on W.W. White Road in San Antonio.
Colby: Hey Daniel, what year are we on for you being in the self storage industry?
Daniel: I think it’s two or three, I think maybe two I don’t remember.
Colby: What made you want to get into self storage?
Daniel: Thats a tough one. I’d sold my business and retired and then I was just looking for something that would be laid back and not a lot of physical work, and I applied actually with Kristina. I told her my background and how I’d owned a business for 14 years. Just looking for something laid back where I wouldn’t be micromanaged and have a really good time. I like dealing with people. I had a retail store for a while. It was the first time had done anything with storage. It’s been fine, I like it.
Colby: What was your business that you owned for 14 years?
Daniel: I owned a swimming pool company. I installed swimming pools and I had a retail store.
Colby: What’s the biggest difference between working in storage and working on swimming pools?
Daniel: Construction, and obviously it’s a different clientele. But The facility I manage is a little bit different. Most of the people who rent from me are either working class or they’re 90 years old and haven’t been in their unit in 3 years. Getting along with the people and talking with the customers. A Lot of them won’t come in and make a payment if I’m not here, just certain people. They feel comfortable with me. I’ve got a good rapport with my clients here.
“I was the person who initially interviewed Daniel and I immediately knew he would be someone who would treat the store like his own and really run it like he owns it. He is a former business owner and I could tell he would be a great fit for running our business. He takes a great deal of pride in his work, in doing the right thing and providing great customer service. He has gotten to know our customers really well and they love him. That is really important to our company.”
Tristina Volesky, Lockaway Brand Vice President
Colby: You said this was sort of a retirement job, what do you do for fun outside of work?
Daniel: I don’t know. Obviously I have an inground pool at my house. I hang out there a lot. I race my truck from time to time. Dabble with that a little bit. Its an F-350. It’s a power stroke turbo. It’s all modified for racing. It’s still street runnable, It’s a daily runner for me but I’ll take it out and do quarter miles with it. I kind of like doing stuff like that, going out to the flea markets on the weekend. That’s pretty much it. I’m a pretty quiet guy. Work from home. I used to hang out with my son, but he’s at that age now when he doesn’t like to affiliate with his parents.
He graduates in June then he wants to go directly to real estate school. He works too. He only has 3 credits left to graduate. He’ll go to school for a half day of school then he goes to work then the gym. That’s his routine. He’s a good boy. He’s getting ready to go to spring break. He’s Going down to the coast with a couple of his cousins. We have a nice condo down there for them, so they have a place to stay. I know I paid for the thing, but I think it’s in South Padre, my wife is just like “give me money” and I’m like “whatever” So most likely they’ll be in South Padre.
Colby: Can you recommend a restaurant that’s down there that I ought to go to?
Daniel: You come by and see me. I’ll take you across the street to a soul food restaurant that will blow you away called Mr. and Mrs. G’s. It’s all homemade cooking. The owner of the place has a storage unit here. I went over there this morning to get some homemade mac and cheese. They only have it on Wednesdays and Fridays. The food they have over there is great.
There’s a pizza place down the street that makes the biggest pizza I’ve ever seen in my entire life. It’s huge.They’re packed all the time. They’re actually a historical landmark. Well known throughout San Antonio his wife just passed away a few months ago. But he’s still running the business. I was over there this morning and I sat and chatted with him. Real nice guy, great food, place is always packed, nothing comes out of a can, always made from scratch. It’s cafeteria style: you get your collard greens, your black eyed peas, he does fried catfish, fried pork chop, fried chicken. All sorts of different peach cobbler and lemon meringue pie. Everything is made from scratch. I go over there Wednesday or Friday and get my mac and cheese! There’s other good restaurants in town. A good friend of mine owns a restaurant
Martha’s Mexican Restaurant, that’s really good food over there.
Colby: Is there anyone you’d like to give a shoutout to?
Daniel: I want to say that Don is very hands on on. Very, very nice guy. Tristina, upper management. I went through family problems. About a month and a half ago, my dad passed away, and you know they were all there for me. I had my assistant cover my shift here, because I had to fly up to New York. They were just so thoughtful. Tristina sent me a card with her condolences. I think one of the main reasons I am with this company is because of Don and the way he treats his employees. The way that he, you know, he’s a very, very humble guy. Very nice. You’d think somebody like him would be walking around with a suit and tie on. He always makes it a point that when he comes into town he always makes sure to stop by my facility. And he’s wearing blue jeans and a t-shirt, you know, like “Hey Dan, how’s It going?” he’s just a really down to earth guy. He is kinda like the person I was when I owned a business. I was very open to my employees or if there was anything I could do do to help them with whatever they needed. I was always there for them. I think that’s one of the main reasons why I’m here other than the support of my district manager and other people in the facilities. If I ever needed them I could just drop them a phone call and they would be like “OH you do it this way!” I think It’s just a big family thing. Thomas my old district manager was with me for a year and a half and he was great. I like the philosophy of Don, “Run it like it’s your store.” and that works really good with me because I do. It works for me. I know what customers I can deal with and what ones I can’t. Again, I do little things for the company, and Don knows what comes out of my pocket like at Christmas time. I’ll make some homemade meatballs and I’ll put out a cookie platter for my customers. And I do that by myself, that’s what I do. Customers see it when they come in. I have customers who will come in for hours talking my you-know-what off. I can say Don has been a really big help.