Here Are HireAHelper’s Top 10 Moving Companies in the Country

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After ten years, thousands of moves, and who even knows how many saved dollars, HireAHelper has its first “Top 10 Helpers”.

To mark our 10 year anniversary, we challenged our amazing call center representatives to vote on the absolute best movers from our massive database of well over 1,000 across the country. The voting was based on the Helpers’ availability, professionalism and friendliness, among several other intangibles.

Throughout it all, the voting was fierce and the points list stretched out far. Hundreds of movers received passionate support. But in the end, these 10 Helpers pulled away as the most revered moving companies in the whole country.

Here is the final list for 2017:

#1. Rigo’s Moving Company – Los Angeles, CA
#2. Speed Loaders – Oceanside, CA
#3. LeDoux Moving Solutions – Aurora, CO
#4. Family Movers – Lakeland, FL
#5. Sebastian Moving – Apopka, FL
#6. Patriot One Movers – North Hollywood, CA
#7. Moving Texas – Austin, TX
#8. Zooming Moving – Salem, OH
#9. Harris Moving Company – French Camp, CA
#10. J&L Movers – Atlanta, GA

Besides monstrous bragging rights, the winners will receive a combination of paid travel and lodging for a special event at HireAHelper headquarters in San Diego, CA, cash prizes, and special event dinners!

First place:
• Travel + Hotel for two (2) to HireAHelper headquarters in San Diego, CA for a special event
• Special certificate: “Voted #1 Helper in the Nation”
• $1,000
Second Place:
• Travel + Hotel for two (2) to HireAHelper headquarters in San Diego, CA for a special event
• $500
Third Place:
• Travel + Hotel for two (2) to HireAHelper headquarters in San Diego, CA for a special event
• $250
Fourth and Fifth Place:
• Travel + Hotel for two (2) to HireAHelper headquarters in San Diego, CA for a special event

Finally, our sixth through tenth place winners will each have a scheduled day with a selected, contest winning call service representative to take promo pictures and attend a special, fancy dinner – all on us!

Our first ten years of HireAHelper could not have happened without your continued support, so we are thrilled for each and every one of you. Congratulations to all the winners, and we already can’t wait to see who makes next year’s list!

-HireAHelper

Comments

  1. Big Boy

    Stop looking at all the big cities and look at small cities too so it’s all fair

    1. HireAHelper

      Narrowing down the list of Helpers across the country was not easy. It was based on many factors, but “size of city” was certainly not one of them! Rest assured, active, professional movers all have a chance to make our end of year list, and we are proud to give a platform to each and every mover who is a member of our large moving marketplace.

      (In fact, you might notice that not every Helper who made it to our top 10 list are from large metropolitan areas!)

      1. Tony & Annessa Boyd

        Yep, both cities in FL on the list are not “Large Cities” they are close to Orlando but I think most successful companies at least service a large city whether or not the actually live in that city. I know that in my area we service a 100 mile area just to stay busy.

      2. Zooming Moving

        We are from a town of less than 18,000 people and we made the list. Thanks Mark

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