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Happy Labor Day!

 

Labor DayAfter a very hectic and busy summer, Labor Day is the moving industry’s first sign of deceleration. But Labor Day is much more than that of course.
Labor Day is a day meant to recognize and celebrate the contributions that employees have made to the organizations they work for and the communities they live in.
Thank you to everyone at Holman Moving Systems for their hard work (this summer and every day) and to our customers for making it another great season. We hope everyone has a lovely, restful and well-earned holiday.

Happy Labor Day!

Happy Memorial Day!

Memorial DayHappy Memorial Day!

For those of us in the moving business, Memorial Day marks the official start of the busiest time of the year.

But, it’s much more important than just the start of the summer season.

Memorial Day is a time to remember and honor all of those who have died defending our lives and our country. And it is also a time to thank those who are still fighting for the lives we live every day.

Thank you to all of our veterans, active and inactive, old and new, for all that you have done and all that you still do.

Happy Memorial Day!

Thanksgiving Basket Giveaway Re-Cap

Thanksgiving EventWe are honored and excited to fill you all on in what we did this past weekend! Al Ponchak, his nephew Colin, and myself spent this past Saturday helping out the Highway Word of Faith Family Worship Center give out full Thanksgiving dinner baskets to 247 families!

Holman Moving Systems Wins Customer Choice Award for 2013

Holman Moving SystemsWe are all so excited today over here at Holman Moving Systems! We won United’s Customer Choice Award for 2013!

Happy Labor Day!

Holman Moving SystemsHooray…it’s Labor Day!

For those of us in the moving business, labor day is a signal that another busy season is coming to a end.

But, it’s also more important than just the closing of another summer.

It’s a time for all of us to celebrate the contributions that workers have made to the United States, as well as to their organizations and local communities.

Thank you to everyone at Holman Moving Systems for their hard work (this summer and every day) and to our customers for making it another great season. We hope everyone has a lovely, restful and well-earned holiday.

Happy Labor Day!

Survey: More People Moving out of New Jersey and New York

Moving Map New JerseyAs a recent college grad I’ve been keeping in touch with friends as we all move in separate directions and begin our careers. I took an interest in the fact that more than half of my friends have landed in Washington, D.C. Considering the fact that so many of us talked about making it in the big apple, I was surprised to hear so many are heading South. That is, of course, until I read about 2012 moving trends in Forbes last week.

Update: Holman Moving Systems Helps the YWCA of Bergen County Create Comfy Homes

We have a very cool update for our friends today.

A few month ago, we posted about how Holman Moving in New Jersey was taking part in a community outreach program run by the YWCA of Bergen County and supported by the United Way. It was our honor to accept a shipment of 15 couches and 14 media cabinets from Crate and Barrel that we have been storing in our secured storage facilities to ultimately deliver to people in need.

Yesterday, Holman Moving delivered  couches and media cabinets to five homes in New Jersey, as well as the YWCA in Hackensack.  We will continue to deliver the rest of the couches after Thanksgiving so that we can make the holidays a little bit cozier for those in need. Please stay tuned for more updates!

Holman Moving Helps New Jersey YWCA Create Comfy Homes

A very special post from New Jersey today! Paige and I are very excited to be in the Hackensack office to take part in a community outreach program run by the YWCA of Bergen County and supported by the United Way. It was our honor to accept a shipment of 15 couches and 14 media cabinets from Crate and Barrel that we will store in our secured storage facilities and ultimately deliver to people in need.