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Celebrating Veteran’s Day With A Look At Our Relationships
Monday Nov 09, 2020

Over the years, Advance Relocation Systems has developed quite a relationship with the Department of Defense and the U.S Military. This Veteran’s Day we’d like to highlight that relationship, while paying respect to the men and women who sacrifice so much for our country. 

Just recently, we shared two moves we did for the U.S military this year, a Blue Bark move and a household goods relocation for Lt. Colonel Michael Maharaj. Advance Relocation Systems believes that our servicemen and women sacrifice so much for our country, the least we can do is offer them high value, customer-oriented moving services to ease the stress in one aspect of their career. For most moving companies, military moves aren’t the most desirable because they are not as profitable as regular household moves. At Advance Relocation Systems, we choose to see military moves differently. We have an entire division of our team dedicated to making the relocation process easier for the men and women who serve our nation. We have won the bid for multiple contracts to move military families across all of the service domains. 

Our respect and relationship for the U.S Military goes beyond just working with them. We also have quite a few members of our team who are military veterans. Hiring veterans is just one of the ways that we show our appreciation. In fact, veterans make some of the best team members because they bring with them a very high level of training and discipline.

We consider it a privilege to relocate military families with great care and minimize their stress as they serve and protect our great nation. This Veteran’s Day, let’s take a moment to appreciate our military personnel and all that they sacrifice on our behalf.  Let us not overlook the sacrifices they make, uprooting their lives and families to continue to serve where needed. Here at Advance Relocation Systems, we will continue to prioritize our relationships with the U.S Military and the Department of Defense to ensure our servicemen and women are well taken care of both during and after their service period.