How cool would that be, to have electric car charging stations where outside of your business space? You would never have to worry about losing a charge during the work week. You would also know of at least one location where you were always guaranteed power for your vehicle.
How cool would that be?
But think beyond that . . . even if you don’t own an electric vehicle, there is a growing number of customers out there who do own one, and wouldn’t it be cool if you attracted those customers to your small business because the business park where you are located has electric car charging stations?
Very cool for sure!
So, in your city, how many electric car charging stations do you suppose there are? Just for the heck of it, Google it and find out. I’ll wait, go ahead, Google a search for it.
While you were doing that I was doing my own random search. Seattle, Washington, a city of about 500,000, has 2,500 electric car charging stations. Meanwhile, Fort Worth, Texas, a city of 800,000, has 200 of them.
How about your city? What did you find out?
There is no doubt that electric car charging stations are increasing; there is also no doubt that they aren’t increasing fast enough to meet the demand, no matter where you live, making this message all the more important: electric car charging stations are not only beneficial to you, a car owner, but to you, a business person who has customers with electric cars.
So we agree, electric car charging stations are advantageous for all concerned in the business world but hey, there is also no doubt they are costly, costly to the tune of, say, $1,000 per machine, plus the cost of hookup, and although $1,000 will not break the bank for most businesses, it is still a sizeable chunk of change for a small business just trying to stay afloat.
Which leads us to the perfect solution: find industrial property for lease, for your business, which already has an electric car charging station. Many business parks across the country are now seeing the wisdom in doing this. Many developers see them as a win-win scenario where everyone benefits and no one loses. They are more than willing to pay $1,000 per machine in order to attract more tenants to their business park, a wise business decision which is paying off.
One such business park just happens to be located in Fort Worth, Texas, and that is Box Office Warehouse Suites.
Box Office Warehouse Suites is 38 commercial suites made from 100 shipping containers, and one of its goals is to capture a funky feeling. It is one of those places which attracts creative business people. It is brightly-painted, unique in design, eco-friendly, inexpensive, and the developer/owner, Ron Sturgeon, paid attention to the little details which mean so much, like electric car charging stations.
Check them out online and see for yourself what funky innovation looks like at Box Office Warehouse Suites located in the Alliance Area of Fort Worth, Texas.