LANSING, Mich., May 1 // PRNewswire // -- As National Move Month kicks off the busiest period for moving companies, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK(R) is unveiling It's Your Move, a program designed to educate consumers on how to measure value and save money when hiring a moving company. The Company is trading industry knowledge for increased consumer awareness nationwide about its customized move programs.
At the center of the It's Your Move program is a consumer tip sheet that offers insight on how to cut into some of the most costly services moving companies offer -- namely, billable hours. From storing packed boxes in a common area on the main floor to scheduling evening or overnight moves, the tip sheet provides home and business consumers with powerful money-saving tools when price-shopping their move.
"We are fairly unique to the industry in that we are willing to offer services that larger companies might not," states Brig Sorber, TWO MEN AND A TRUCK(R) president. "So we are more comfortable sharing the fact that we'll do a simple move of a bed from one room to the next or a midnight job for a business, because it's part of what we offer all our customers. That's how we started more than 20 years ago, and it's how we still do business today."
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK(R) is one of just a few moving companies in the U.S. that currently offers after-hour or evening moves as part of its core services.
Despite the fact that the U.S. is currently in the midst of a record downturn in the housing market, the Company recorded its 18th successive year of growth in 2007.
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK(R) is the largest franchised moving company in North America. It includes more than 190 locations and more than 1,300 trucks on the road. Each location is independently owned and operated and sells boxes and packing supplies. Locations complete both home and business moves as well as packing and unpacking services. For more tips on packing, call your local TWO MEN AND A TRUCK(R) office, or visit http://www.twomenandatruck.com.
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