“It’s going to go really good in conjunction with storage. If someone has an item in storage they can put it on Storple and make money off it,” he said.
“I think it’s going to be beneficial for Duncan and surrounding areas, and for my tenants who have been storing things.”
Ross said he and his wife, Tammy, have been managing the Duncan storage facility since it first opened 10 years ago.
“The market in Duncan was a great market to introduce Storple to first.
“They (the owners) gave us the opportunity to do it first and we jumped at it. Duncan’s been really good to us,” he said. Ross said he anticipates its success and that with the growth of Storple, he could see hiring additional help.
Meanwhile, he’s only thinking about getting the Storple excitement into the community and encourages everyone to visit the Duncan business to learn more about Storple, at 3807 N. U.S. Highway 81. People can bring out their items to sell and they will help get it listed, even taking a picture for the online store.
— Toni Hopper is a reporter for The Duncan Banner. She can be reached at 580-255-5354, Ext. 132 or by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org