Friday, November 9, 2012
Have You Heard What They Are All Saying?
Posted by: Site Administrator on Friday, November 9, 2012 at 12:00:00 am Comments (0)
Students have been chatting it up lately... Click here and check out what other students have been saying about Campus Crate's student storage services. Study Abroad is fast approaching!! Let Campus Crate take care of all your student storage needs and you'll be glad to you did, just like our summer storage customers are! Don't forget, you can also check us out and order your storage right from your smartphone!
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Did you know???
Posted by: Site Administrator on Thursday, October 4, 2012 at 12:00:00 am Comments (0)
You can now access our website right from your Smartphone. Whether you're away from your PC, on the go, or you just remembered that you need to order your summer storage or study abroad storage before it's too late, place your order right from our mobile website whenever, wherever you are!
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Campus Crate's 2012 Fall Re-delivery Schedule Is In!
Posted by: Site Administrator on Wednesday, August 1, 2012 at 12:00:00 am Comments (0)
Check your school's page for details.
Monday, July 23, 2012
Posted by: Site Administrator on Monday, July 23, 2012 at 12:00:00 am Comments (0)
Well students......your return to college is, I am sorry to say, right around the corner. We know, we know, we feel your pain. But we are here to make your return a little less painful. During the summer we have taken care of the storage of your belongings and it's almost that time to return them back to you. So, with that being said, one of our crew members will be contacting you in the coming weeks to schedule re-delivery of your stuff and we hope your summer or time abroad is going well. Yes you only have a few more weeks of freedom left, but it's always fun to get back to college, see some old friends and earn that degree!
Wednesday, June 13, 2012
Thank You Students!
Posted by: Site Administrator on Wednesday, June 13, 2012 at 12:40:00 pm Comments (0)
Campus Crate would like to thank all the students (and parents!) that are using our student storage services for the summer and semester abroad. We'll see you back in the fall or when you return from abroad. Enjoy your summer!
Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Spending Spring Break Abroad? Stay exxxxtraaaa safe so you don’t end up like my friends….
Posted by: Site Administrator on Wednesday, March 14, 2012 at 12:00:00 am Comments (0)
Spring break is 7 days of absolute ridiculousness. Honestly. For anyone that’s ever been away for SB, you know this. I know this very well. How, you ask? Well I’m a serial-spring-breaker. Yup, my normally stickler parents sent me to Cancun twice, Florida once and while abroad my junior year, I bounced from Prague to Barcelona then back to London. Thankfully, returning safe and sound each & every time.
I consider myself very fortunate to have experiences under safely under my belt but not everyone is as lucky. Not trying to scare you but being abroad is a whole new ballgame. While you’re (obviously) going to party, dance on some bars and do things you hope your parents never find out about, you also need to pay attention to your surroundings, for real. If you don’t believe me, listen to this.
These incidents happened to the very people I was with. Yes, standing right next to them while all this went down. The first night out my friend’s camera got snatched right from under her arm. I can’t tell you how many cameras were stolen from friends while I studied abroad. Literally, it was more common to have your camera stolen than to return back to the states with the one you came with.
Another story that’s much worse: while switching trains in Germany a bunch of us girls went to use the facilities. Everyone was in a stall so I was the only one to witness this. Out of nowhere, this guy comes flying out of the first stall while fidgeting with his jacket. I didn’t know what was happening and didn’t think much of it cuz when your overseas, lots of strange things happen so you almost become accustomed to it. Anywho, a few seconds later my friend starts asking where her purse is. -- It all comes together--. I immediately run out of the bathroom to find the man but he was long gone by then. My friend ended up having not only her purse stolen but her PASSPORT, iPod, wallet and everything in it and a few other things, all stolen. If you’ve ever traveled outside of the US you know that you need a passport to get anywhere. My friend was, basically at that point, trapped in Germany with no way out. Thank god one of the guys thought to go to the embassy. Lucky for her, after spending the night in Germany and pleading with the embassy, she was on the next train back to London.
Like I said before, not everyone is as lucky. Ever seen Brokedown Palace or Hostel? Those are extreme examples but regardless, it’s always better to be safe than sorry. So watch your back…. and purse….. and wallet and id’s andddd…….
Safe travels my friends,
Monday, February 20, 2012
Poor no more! Become a Campus Brand Rep and let the cash come to you
Posted by: Site Administrator on Monday, February 20, 2012 at 12:00:00 am Comments (0)
Campus Crate is seeking college students to work as Campus Brand Representatives at over 20 New England colleges and universities. The Campus Brand Rep is the most important part of the Campus Crate promotional marketing team.
This person is a go-getter and works to adapt & execute Campus Crate’s marketing strategy on his/her campus. Depending on the time of year and how much money you’re motivated to make, you can work anywhere from 5 hours a month to 5+ hours per week.
The primary objective of the job is to increase awareness of Campus Crate’s brand and services on your very own campus.
• Networking on campus to make students aware of the Campus Crate brand and the services offered;
• Handing out promotional pieces (ie: brochures, flyers, magnets, etc) and explain our services to interested students;
• Hanging posters in dorms and other locations on campus;
• Putting fliers under dorm room doors or stuffing mailboxes;
• Collecting referral e-mails from interested students.
Campus Brand Reps are paid an hourly wage in addition to commission-based payments. Your compensation is a direct reflection of your work progress. This allows for unlimited income potential. In addition to hourly and commission-based pay, Campus Brand Reps are given bonuses for meeting specific requirements.
Ambitious, friendly and ‘in the know’ on campus? If this sounds like you or a friend, this could be the beginning of a beautifully beneficial (for both sides) partnership. Email a resume or a brief statement detailing any relevant qualifications and why you are the best candidate to be a Campus Brand Representative for your school.
Send to: Mike Panniello Jr - Operations Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (617)224-8173 and ask for Mike.