Whether you’re a traveler looking to explore the city without your suitcase in tow or a restaurant owner who consistently has guests’ luggage piling up during peak times, BagValet aims to make the process of storing luggage convenient and affordable.
Charleston resident Amanda Sheridan created BagValet while working indirectly within the thriving local tourism industry and realizing the ongoing luggage problem was not only inconveniencing visitors, but also putting a burden on local small businesses.
Travelers want to make the most of their time on vacation and therefore will usually have flight times that don’t coordinate with check-in/check-out times. Then comes the big question, ‘What are we going to do with our stuff?’. Rather than dragging bags into small shops, restaurants, tours, or sitting at the airport all day, BagValet aims to bridge the gap between flights and lodging accommodations by providing daily luggage storage with the convenience of curbside service.
Daily storage for up to 12 hours is $25 per person and includes pick-up and delivery. Luggage Storage includes one standard sized suitcase and one personal item (such as a purse or book bag). Group rates available as well as specials for Wedding Groups, Bach/Bachelorette Groups, Cruise Patrons, etc.
For more information, visit www.charlestonbagvalet.com, find them on social media, contact them by phone (843)737-3116, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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