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Victims of northern Arizona wildfires are eligible for assistance from U-Haul.
Residents in two different states will be receiving much-needed aid from U-Haul due to recent natural disasters.
The company will offering 30 days of free storage to residents of northern Arizona that were affected by the recent wildfires, U-Haul said. They will be providing the same offer to those living in Billings, Montana because of the damage caused by the latest tornado.
U-Haul will also be offering its Take a Box, Leave a Box Program for residents of these two areas that were affected by the natural disasters, the company said. This allows them to use storage boxes free of charge.
U-Haul Company of Idaho president Phil Danley said that the Billings tornado "has caused tremendous damage" and that he hopes "this effort will provide assistance to families that truly need a helping hand." U-Haul Company of Western Arizona president Jason Turcotte expressed similar sentiments and also said that the Arizona wildfires "caused tremendous damage and inflicted extreme hardship on the communities we serve."
In some events, victims of natural disasters are forced to move because of extensive damage to their homes. To lower relocation costs, consumers may want to consider other containerized moving services instead of hiring a full-service company.