Mobile storage has been used throughout history to accomplish many great feats. It also has been used in many films to produce awesome results. So, what we decided to do, was go through history and film and see what were the 3¬†Most Awesome Uses Of Mobile Storage. After some research and reflection, we are pleased to present you guys this list. As always, if we missed anything, be sure to write it in the comments section. But without further adieu, let’s get into this list.
1. Noah’s Ark¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†
Whether or not Noah is real is besides the point. Everyone knows this story of a man who built a boat for all living creatures to escape an oncoming flood. Noah must have had a pretty intricate storage system inside the boat. He would have had to separate lions from gazelles and keep the Polar bears cold, etc. Either way you see this story (as real or fiction) it is still an awesome use of mobile storage.
2. The Trojan Horse
It might have been made out of wood, not climate controlled and full of people; but it worked. The Trojan Horse¬†was used by the ancient Greeks to ¬†infiltrate the city of Troy which had been under siege for nearly 10-years. The Trojans, believing the horse to be a symbol of victory, dragged the horse behind their massive walls and into their city. Little did they know, the horse was full of elite soldiers who were hid inside the horse. These soldiers came out of the horse during nightfall and opened the gates to the city of Troy, letting the Greek army inside. Though putting people inside mobile storage is one of things that should never go in storage, this story is still an awesome use of mobile storage.
3. Optimus Prime
Semi-trailer by day, leader of the autobots by night. Optimus Prime, though fictional, is and always has been awesome. Featured in the hit TV/movie series Transformers,¬†he has become a household name. If you haven’t heard of him, your kids definitely have! Optimus fights evil and delivers products nationwide. Seems pretty awesome to us.
Did we miss any awesome uses of mobile storage? If so, let us know!