Posted: Feb 20, 2013 6:46 PM by Katie Ferber, KSBY News
Updated: Feb 21, 2013 5:24 AM
Wine lovers and collectors will soon have a place to store their bottles in San Luis Obispo.
Meathead Movers will open the company's first personal wine storage facility in April.
The company began with two local brothers moving furniture in high school and expanded to include mini-storage.
They also noticed people in the community loved wine but had no where to put it.
Aaron Steed is president of the company. He told KSBY, "Not everyone has a cellar but a lot of people have a lot of wine and we want to help those people protect their investment... Protect their wine collection."
Temperature-controlled lockers will hold more than 40,000 bottles of wine. The smallest locker will store 24 cases of wine. The largest, more than 300.
Cameras and a private security gate will help keep the bottles safe.
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