Flat Fee Movers Opens New Moving Servie Location in Sarasota, FL

June 25, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Flat Fee Movers, Inc. opened a new location at Sarasota, FL on Monday, June 17. This new location will allow Flat Fee Movers to serve the moving and storage needs of the residents of Sarasota, one of the largest city by area in Florida.

"We decline to let the economy dictate our growth," said Flat Fee Movers Michael Merlino. Instead of waiting for an economic upturn, Flat Fee Movers in Sarasota is creating its growth by going into expansion mode. With the opening of this Sarasota location, Flat Fee Movers will have 19 locations in Florida.

In February 2013, Flat Fee Movers Co, Inc. acquired Flat Fee Movers. In a cunning move designed to bolster both brands. This organization is providing Flat Fee Movers with increased operational capacity and resources for strategic growth. Flat Fee Movers, Moving and Storage Services will now be the biggest single-owner agency within Sarasota, FL.

Flat Fee Movers offers a wide array of moving and storage services including local, long distance, and worldwide moving, containerized transportation, employee relocation services, storage and warehousing, and a host of commercial moving services.

Flat Fee Movers' innovative website, https://flatfeemovers.com/, is the first site in the relocation industry built for complete, accurate moving estimates, scheduling live meetings, even booking a move, all online.

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For more information about FLAT FEE MOVERS COM, contact the company here:

FLAT FEE MOVERS COM
Michael
(786) 310-5902
info@flatfeemovers.com
4076 Cattlemen Rd Sarasota, FL 34233

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