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UdyRegan
Member Since: July 10, 2018
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After moving around Australia and exploring parts of SE Asia, such as Laos and Thailand, Regan Udy has settled back into his home town of Freemantle, Perth, and now owns and manages Supercheap Storage Perth North, offering a professional and flexible mobile storing service at affordable rates. The success of Supercheap Storage has grown steadily since it first started in Sydney in 2008 and Regan's recently opened Perth facility is no exception.


Aside from being an accomplished accountant, he previously worked in the field services department for Telstra; where he collected field data, considered himself and his colleagues a pesky part of the local wildlife and also bent geological drills in the great Australian outdoors.
His 'one man, one life' philosophy means he still continues his shenanigans with his wife and their like-minded, fun-loving friends; be it dingy racing down the rapids, skydiving, participating in a marathon or making fun of himself. When the day is done, you can find Regan enjoying a good soccer game, showing off his skills in French, chasing kangaroos, questioning hedgehogs and pinching snakes.



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