Stow Simple Partners with NEAT Method and Miami Rescue Mission to Provide Multiple Solutions to Cleaning Up

(MIAMI, FL – April 27, 2016) Stow Simple, a new disruptive valet storage company, announced today that it has teamed up with the NEAT Method and Miami Rescue Mission to help local customers hack their Spring Cleaning and year-round organizational needs. The partnerships offer Stow Simple customers easy solutions to organizing their home spaces as well as donating gently used clothing items to charity.

For those needing extra assistance with the process of organizing their home, Stow Simple will put them in touch with NEAT Method’s local organizer Tatiana Blanco.  Blanco will help customers through the decluttering process in every nook and cranny of their home, from the closet to the junk room. Not only will she work to create a better living space, but also to provide sustainable systems that maintain everything in their proper place.

During this sorting process when customers find themselves with clothing they no longer need, they can now donate these items Miami Rescue Mission.

When customers order bins to their home, Stow Simple will drop these off along with an empty Miami Rescue Mission Clothing Donation Bag.  Customers can simply fill them with garments and Stow Simple will pick it up and deliver it to the charity for them. Not only does this make the process of giving away gently used items seamless, but the philanthropic donation is tax deductible.

To celebrate these new partnerships and encourage Miami to clean and declutter their homes this season, Stow Simple is offering new customers $25 off with promotional code “Spring16.” (This discount is valid now through May 20, 2016.)

Stow Simple's stores your bins, boxes and other items are stored safely in a climate-controlled warehouse, which is insured and monitored 24/7.

The company was created by startup expert Silvia Camps, a former executive with Dylan’s Candy Bar, who felt the frustration of moving a few items out of her home by herself. Stow Simple is disrupting Miami's current storage model by offering valet service, which cuts out the heavy lifting and commuting currently associated with the traditional storage unit. Camps also came up with the idea for the “Urbin Closet,” which allows customers to effectively double (or triple) their closet size by using Stow Simple bins to store items for which they don't have room. You are charged by the bin, rather than for a pre-sized storage unit.

The Stow Simple process is threefold, and begins with complimentary home pickup. Within 24 hours, clients will receive Stow Simple branded bins to fill up with household items, which are stackable. Or they can store by the item, from regular and wardrobe boxes to furniture. Pricing is based upon how many bins are stored, specialty items or storage by size. All bins, boxes and furniture are taken directly to Stow Simple’s secure, air-conditioned storage facility. Finally, there is return delivery for when you want to be reunited with your wedding dress or need to use that backpacking gear again.

Stow Simple is a family-run business, with Silvia’s brother Jorge Camps bringing 13 years of experience from The Container Store with him. The company is truly committed to helping people keep their living space clean and organized, which provides a psychological advantage, as well as tranquility and joy.

“We are excited to announce our partnership with both NEAT Method and the Miami Rescue Mission, as they provide our customers with a full spectrum of services for their organizational needs as well as giving them a way to contribute to the community,” said Silvia Camps.




Stow Simple was created by startup expert Silvia Camps, whose first job with Ralph Lauren led to the iconic fashion designer mentoring her. Camps also held an executive position with Dylan’s Candy Bar before launching Stow Simple, which was sparked by the frustration of moving a few items out of her home. Stow Simple is disrupting Miami's storage industry by offering valet service, which cuts out the heavy lifting and commuting currently associated with the traditional storage model. Within 24 hours Stow Simple arrives at your door, takes your bins or boxes, stores them in an air-conditioned, secure facility and offers return service when you want, all at reasonable prices. Stow Simple is a family-run business, and is committed to helping people keep their living space clean and organized.



Founded by Ashley Murphy and Molly GravesNEAT Method is a lifestyle service committed to providing a more luxurious and smartly appointed living space. With locations in Chicago, Columbus, Denver, Detroit, Michigan, Milwaukee, Miami, New Jersey, New York, San Diego, San Francisco, Scottsdale, and St. Louis, NEAT Method recognizes that life gets hectic and that maintaining an organized home can become a challenge. NEAT Method will design a customized solution that is not only effective, but sustainable.

Expect an honest approach, a sharp eye for detail, and a personal sense of refined style. We believe that once your life is clutter free and well arranged, you will have a new appreciation for the importance of living NEAT. The Neat Method has been featured on Oprah, the New York Times and in Vogue. 



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