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NEW AGENT ANNOUNCEMENT Sandhills Moving & Storage Co. recently joined Wheaton World Wide Moving’s agency network as an interstate agent. Previously an agent for Mayflower, the North Carolina moving and storage company joins more than 350 Wheaton agents across the country. “Everyone here at Wheaton has a vested interest in customer satisfaction since we are…

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NEW AGENT ANNOUNCEMENT Jim Potter & Sons, Inc., recently joined Wheaton World Wide Moving’s agency network as an interstate agent. Previously an agent for National Van Lines, the Muscle Shoals moving and storage company joins more than 350 Wheaton agents across the country.   “Our network includes many family-owned business, which is great for our customers,”…

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Wheaton News & Events

NEW AGENT ANNOUNCEMENT Grosse Pointe Moving & Storage recently joined Wheaton World Wide Moving’s agency network as an interstate agent. Previously an independent mover, the Detroit moving & storage company joins about 350 Wheaton agents across the country. “Everyone here at Wheaton has a vested interest in customer satisfaction since we are an ESOP company,”…

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Wheaton News & Events

NEW AGENT ANNOUNCEMENT Please join us in welcoming Grand Bay Moving & Storage to Wheaton World Wide Moving! Previously an independent agent, the Traverse moving and storage company joins more than 350 Wheaton agents across the country. “Everyone here at Wheaton has a vested interest in customer satisfaction since we are an ESOP company,” said…

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History of National Truck Driver Appreciation Week National Truck Driver Appreciation Week was founded in 1988 by the American Trucking Associations, to honor the 3.5 million truck drivers in the US for their exceptional work on the roads and in our lives. What Truck Drivers Do for Us While truck drivers often go unnoticed and…

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