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All My Sons Moving

All My Sons Moving & Storage
Type Private
Industry Moving and Storage
Founded 1993
Headquarters Dallas,Texas, U.S.
Key people Robert Peterson, co-founder
Vasillia Peterson, co-founder
Products Residential and Commercial Packing, Moving, and Storage
Employees 1500+
Website allmysons.com

All My Sons Moving and Storage is an American moving and storage company based in Dallas, Texas. To date, it has over 50 All My Sons locations offering local moving and storage services, making it one of the largest moving companies in the United States. In 2009 All My Sons Moving was certified by the American Moving & Storage Association (AMSA) to participate in its ProMover program.

Charity

Much of the business' funds are funneled into the charity organization that the company runs. The primary causes supported are children's medical research and hunger relief. This has included partnerships with Build a Bear Workshop,[1] St. Jude Children's Research Hospital,[2] and the North Texas Food Bank among others.

References

  1. ^ http://www.pr.com/press-release/129251|publisher "PR.com"
  2. ^ http://www.wbrz.com/st-jude-dream-home-giveaway/ "WBRZ"
  • "All My Sons Moving & Storage launches proprietary booking system online". pr.com. 
  • "All My Sons sets up procedures to improve customer satisfaction". pr.com. 
  • "All My Sons Moving & Storage Lends a Helping Hand" (Blog). All My Sons Houston. blogspot.com. 
  • "All My Sons Moving and Storage is Selected for AMSA's ProMovers Program". reuters.com. May 4, 2009. 

External links

  • Official website
  • All My Sons Moving Charities


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