As those of us in cold weather climates begin looking forward to spring and getting outdoors, our Bethesda MD location gets ready to welcome Capital Crescent Trail visitors to the new Neal Potter Plaza. This newly dedicated addition to the Capital Crescent Trail features room to sit and enjoy the soon-to-come warmer weather under a beautiful pergola structure and learn about the trail history and Neal Potter, for whom the plaza was named.
At Security Public Storage, we believe in actively supporting the communities where we are located. Our on-site managers are residents of these communities and we strive to improve the area for our neighbors. SPS proudly supported the plaza construction along this beautiful trail by donating the bike rack and bike repair station and joined many others in financially contributing to this important project.
This is U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen at the podium!
L to R: SPS Bethesda Managers Joshua Cook, Sarah Ireland and Eric Andrette and Regional Manager, Man Choi
Stop in to say hi or grab a cup of coffee next time you're on the trail. We love to meet our neighbors and make new friends!