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5A Rent-A-Space $100 Storage Challenge

Take The 5A Rent-A-Space $100 Storage Challenge ~You May Be The Winner ! 1.) Only 5A has the “$100 CHALLENGE”. (1) 2.) 5A has 3 convenient ways to pay; on-line 24/7, at our ATM kiosk or with a swipe of your credit card at the gate 3.) 5A has 3 convenient locations in the East Bay, Peninsula and on Maui, Hawaii 4.) Receive a Free Gift card just for taking a tour of our facilities. 5.) Receive a $20 credit to your account with our customer referral awards program. 6.) Free on-line ordering of packing boxes & moving supplies (2) 7.) Free on-line packing & moving instructional booklet with tips. 8.) Free on-line space estimator helps you know how much space you need. 9.) Insurance policies available for your stored goods 10.) We have a “Seven Point Customer Service Guarantee” 11.) Convenient Internet e-mail reservation & renting system 12.) Over 30 different sizes at each 5A location, one for every budget. Pack well, use all your cubic feet and pay only for the space you need

Senator 'Roz' Baker to join AAAAA Rent-A-Space for Blessing of Maui County’s Largest Photovoltaic Power Generation System

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Event to commemorate operations of 600-kilowatt system and ‘Level 2’ electric vehicle charging station WHAT: AAAAA Rent-A-Space will host a blessing and dedication ceremony at its facility in Honokowai, Maui, to celebrate the beginning of operations for its 600-kilowatt photovoltaic power generation system. Senator Rosalyn H. 'Roz' Baker will join other officials and members of the community at the project site. AAAAA Rent-A-Space and Haleakala Solar officials will be on hand to discuss the economic and environmental benefits of Maui County’s largest commercial photovoltaic power generation system, which has the capacity to generate enough clean, solar energy to power about 220 Maui homes. The event will also showcase a “Level 2” electric vehicle charging station, affording the public one of the fastest vehicle charges available. WHO: Speakers will include: · Reverend Laki Pomaikai Ka'ahumanu ·