WAHOO! An Exclusive Fishing Club at Garnett Storage Inc.

Coming Soon Exclusively for Garnett Storage Clients! A Bimonthly Fishing Club with George Poveromo.

WAHOO! An Exclusive Fishing Club at Garnett Storage Inc.

George Poveromo & Garnett Storage Inc. are starting a Fishing Club EXCLUSIVELY for Garnett Storage clients. Membership is free.

George Poveromo has a loyal history with Garnett Storage. The renown saltwater angler and host of George Poveromo’s World of Saltwater Fishing on NBC Sports, has stored his fabled MARC VI and Shallow-Water MARC Makos at Garnett’s for 18 years.

George Poveromo will be very active in the Fishing Club by holding bi-monthly meetings, sharing his experiences, and inviting speakers such as other notable saltwater and freshwater fishing authorities.  It’s an invaluable opportunity to hang out at the yard and learn from the best in a very relaxed setting.

Naturally, we’ll have a “Bragging Board” set up online and out at our facility where Top Catches –  with photos – will be recognized. Outstanding Anglers and Top Catches will also be honored with special prizes at the end-of-the-year Club picnic. A t-shirt featuring our Club logo is also in the design stages.

Detailed information regarding the inaugural Fishing Club meeting will be available shortly.Home of George Poveromo's MARC VI

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As the owner operators of Garnett Storage, Silvia and Steve have a combined 50 years of storage knowledge. In this blog we will share this information with you via helpful tips and information for storage of your vehicles, commercial equipment, Boats, and Rv’s.

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Garnett Storage in Coral springs and Parkland Florida is a premeir outdoor storage facility with full time security and great hours for easy access.  954-753-1930