New Livible Labels App Makes Finding Stored Items Easier

Livible Announces Extra Space Storage as National Retail Partner

Popular Valet Storage Startup Selling Pre-Printed
Labels at Extra Space Storage

SEATTLE–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Livible, a rapidly growing provider of valet storage services and
technology, today announced the launch of their new Livible Labels app
that makes it easier than ever to find personal items stored by most
households.

“We all have personal items stored in cardboard and plastic boxes – from
holiday decorations to tax records, summer clothes and keepsakes,” said
Livible founder and CEO Terry Drayton. “The boxes are in our attics,
basements, crawlspaces, garages and self-storage facilities. When you
need a specific item, it’s frustrating and time consuming trying to
figure out which box you stored it in or where you put it. The Livible
Labels app eliminates that headache.”

Here’s how it works: customers can download the free Livible Labels
mobile app or use the web version and receive two free labels to try out
the service. Once the labels are printed, they can be put on the outside
of any box or container so they can be easily found moving forward.
Customers can take pictures of what’s going into each box, and add
details such as a list of the items and where the box is stored. When
they need any item, they use the app to quickly and effortlessly find
it. The most popular feature – “What’s in this box?” – allows customers
to see what’s in a box without opening it. Another popular feature
allows customers to find their closest Extra Space Storage location,
including maps and driving directions. A video that demonstrates the new
app can be viewed online at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fG-VjhlrX0U&feature=youtu.be.

Customers can purchase additional labels in the app to print themselves
for immediate use. Pre-printed labels can also be purchased from Extra
Space Storage locations across the United States at a retail price of
$9.99 for 20 labels. Many Extra Space Storage customers will receive
free labels as a complimentary introduction.

“We’re always looking for new products and services that make storage
easier and more convenient for our customers,” said Extra Space’s Senior
Director of Business Development Jan Pretorius. “We think that the
Livible Labels app has potential to do that.”

Extra Space Storage (NYSE: EXR) is the second-largest self-storage
company in the U.S. Livible currently provides valet storage services to
the Seattle and Portland markets and recently announced plans for a
national rollout in 2016.

About Livible, Inc.

Based in Seattle, Livible, Inc. was founded in 2013 by serial
entrepreneur Terry Drayton to meet the need for convenient, affordable
off-site storage for consumers, especially urban residents. For about
$25 a month, Livible valet storage comes right to the customer’s door to
pick up and deliver boxes and items like bikes and skis that are stored
in secure, climate-controlled Extra Space Storage facilities. Livible
also provides valet services to help customers move items in and out of
their own Extra Space Storage unit. More information on the company can
be viewed at www.livible.space
or www.liviblelabels.com.

About Extra Space Storage Inc.

Extra Space Storage Inc., headquartered in Salt Lake City, is a fully
integrated, self-administered and self-managed real estate investment
trust. As of October 1, 2015, the Company owns and/or operates 1,335
self-storage properties in 36 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico.
The Company’s properties comprise approximately 885,000 units and
approximately 99.8 million square feet of rentable space. Extra Space
Storage Inc. offers customers a wide selection of conveniently located
and secure storage units across the country, including boat storage, RV
storage and business storage. The Company is the second-largest owner
and/or operator of self-storage properties in the United States. For
more information, please visit www.extraspace.com.

Contacts

For Livible, Inc.
Dan Branley, 206-914-1231
dbranley@launchcmus.com

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