PODSĀ® of Houston tees off to support the Shell Houston Open, March 31 - April 6

Moving and storage leader to help with eventā€™s logistics needs

Online PR News – 27-March-2014 – HOUSTON, TX. – PODS of Houston is proud to support the Shell Houston Open by providing the use of its PODS containers for the event's logistics and storage needs.

A moving and storage company that's passionate about supporting Houston charities and signature events, PODS of Houston has committed six PODS containers to store water, golf gear and other related items during the event, saving the Houston Golf Association thousands of dollars in moving and storage costs.

"We enjoy getting involved in our community, and providing safe and secure on-site storage with PODS containers is our way of saying ā€˜thank youā€™ to the Houston Golf Association, who gives so much time and energy to serve the youth of the Houston metro area," said Phil Dvorak, managing partner of PODS of Houston.


PODS of Houston is one of the largest independently-owned franchises of PODS Enterprises, Inc. in the country and is the leading provider of moving and storage services to residents and businesses throughout the greater Houston area. PODS of Houston is locally owned and operated and began serving Houston-area residents in 2003.

Each year, PODS of Houston donates moving and storage solutions for more than 20 Houston-area charities in support of their contributions to the community. The Salvation Army, Houston Arts Alliance, the YMCA and Toys for Tots are among the many organizations PODS of Houston partners with annually.

PODS is a leader in the moving and storage industry providing both residential and commercial services in 46 U.S. states, Canada, Australia and the UK. Founded in 1998, PODS pioneered the portable moving and storage industry now preferred by many customersā€™ increasingly active and mobile lifestyles. To date, the PODS network has completed more than 500,000 long-distance moves, exceeded 2 million deliveries and has more than 145,000 PODS containers in service.