Two of the best movers in California heading to Alaska for a well deserved, long overdue fishing trip!
Have a fun gentleman!
Chipman Relocations / United agent 491/ Sacramento California
Chipman Relocations and Logistics of Sacramento located at 1620 National Drive, Sacramento.
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Moving to California is a concept as American as apple pie. Here is a guide to make it more than just a dream.
Before moving to California, you should know one thing: there are a lot of people living here. At last count, almost 38 million. This isn’t to say that you’ll have to learn to fight for elbow room just to get around.
In fact, there are many places in the state where you can lead a life with plenty of breathing (and elbow) room. And if you’re coming from a sizable metropolitan area elsewhere in the nation, you might not even notice much of a change.
If, however, you’re moving to CA from a comparatively sparsely populated region, you’re likely to take one look at the vast freeway-bound throngs and wonder how more people don’t succumb to ochlophobia (fear of crowds).
If you’re moving to California and headed for one of the state’s bigger metro areas like San Francisco, San Jose, San Diego or Los Angeles, you’ll do well to arrange your schedule around the high probability of freeway traffic.
CMSA President, Steve Weitekamp has been elected to the AMSA Board of Directors. He takes the place of Patricia McLaughlin, executive director of the Illinois Movers’ and Warehousemen’s Association, who announced her retirement from the board. Weitekamp has been a strong advocate for the association’s almost 400 members on state regulation and compliance issues.
CMSA members in San Diego have rolled up their sleeves to assist Operation Homefront Village, a nonprofit organization that provides transitional housing to military personnel and their families, relocate from Oceanside to Mission Viejo. Moving companies donated moving services for the organization from July through September. CMSA members who donated their services include Atlas Transfer & Storage Co., Covan WorldWide Moving, Ace Relocation Systems, Republic Moving & Storage and Priority Moving. Operation Homefront Village residents and staff had nothing but glowing reviews about their experience with CMSA members: “The movers have been amazing! It has been such a long day and they have been so positive and fast.” “The movers were great! Professional and quick.” “The movers were here bright and early, and they were great throughout the entire day.” Operation Homefront Village provides transitional housing to wounded or ill military members leaving the service and their families. In addition to providing free rent, utilities and furnishings, the organization also offers financial planning, employment coaching and a support network for service members and their families to lean on in hard times.