Public Storage Rose Parade Float Video

Lifelong Pasadena-area resident George Garcia shot this video of our Public Storage Rose Parade float on his iPhone. For seven years, George has been in charge of maintaining the 1,400 roses at Pasadena City College, always paying special attention to those along Colorado Boulevard, where the Rose Parade passes every year. He finally got to attend the parade for the first time this year when a friend offered a free ticket. We love this video for the running commenta...
Posted by: Ann Griffith
January 2, 2014 at 3:24 PM
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Public Storage Float Photos: Behind the Scenes

Public Storage Float Photos: Behind the Scenes

Before the event, we hid the details of our Public Storage Rose Parade float so that it would be a special surprise on New Year's Day. We didn't want people to know that the spaceship would open up and our three "space" aliens would glide out to greet the crowd. Now that the parade is over, however, we can't wait tell you more about our Grand Marshal's Trophy prize winner and how it worked! First, you should know that there was a team of six people on board the float as it moved down the parade...
Posted by: Ann Griffith
December 31, 2013 at 8:51 PM
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Public Storage's Rose Parade Float is a Labor of Love

Public Storage's Rose Parade Float is a Labor of Love

Most people who watch the Rose Parade have no idea of the work that goes into all that New Year's Day fun. There's welded steel holding up millions of pretty flowers, and there are months, sometimes years of planning on the part of a handful of float builders. In just two short weeks, Public Storage will proudly show off three fun−loving “space” aliens on our first float. But the project really began way back in January as all floats do, with a creative idea, a drawing and a lo...
Posted by: Ann Griffith
December 18, 2013 at 5:18 PM
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Public Storage is Making History with its Rose Parade Float

Public Storage is Making History with its Rose Parade Float

It doesn’t seem like New Year’s Day without watching the Rose Parade in the morning and the Rose Bowl game in the afternoon—at least on television. It will be especially exciting for all of us at Public Storage to see our first company float travel down the Colorado Boulevard parade route in Pasadena on January 1—with three friendly “space“ aliens on board. We also can’t wait to invite two of our Facebook fans to join us with their own tickets to the par...
Posted by: Ann Griffith
November 8, 2013 at 11:34 AM
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