Profile for UdyRegan
Member Since: July 10, 2018
Living by the rule of 'one man, one life', Regan Udy enjoys outdoor activities such as boating and fishing, outrageous water sports, seating it out in marathons, skydiving, exploring unusual SE Asian cuisine and – especially - lounging on tropical beaches.
Udy Regan has settled back into his hometown of Freemantle, where he graduated from Perth Grammar School, to open and run the Supercheap Storage Perth North. The success of Supercheap Storage has grown steadily since it first started in Sydney in 2008 and Regan's opened Perth facility is no exception.
Udy especially loves that every job and every customer that walks through the Perth outlet's doors are entirely different from one another. He gets to meet a broad cross section of people every time someone reaches out for the Supercheap Storage experience in storage solutions and being able to be the provider of those solutions to their problems has really been so fulfilling!
After travelling the world and especially loving South East Asia, Udy is keen to come back to his roots and place some roots down and make a name for himself by creating a thriving and sustainable business of his own. And so far being his own boss hasn't disappointed.
Working with a small team of specialists that happens to also include his wife, all of them are so passionate about self storage units, modules and other solutions, and Udy truly enjoys what he does together with his band of professionals on a daily basis with them at work. He endeavours to make sure the workplace is also a fun place!
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