Flat Fee Movers Opens New Office Location in Tampa

June 25, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Flat Fee Movers, an award-winning local moving company based in 550 N Reo St #109 Tampa Florida, today announced that it had established a central hub for its Tampa moving services with a location in the center of the downtown Tampa area. By starting a Tampa office strategically positioned near key local areas, Tampa Movers will be able to bring its high quality moving assistance and moving packages to the residential neighborhood and provincially owned businesses looking to hire a moving expert concentrated on customer help for their relocation needs, help build better ties in the community and the surrounding region, while serving local residents and company owners with their relocation and moving needs.

The new Tampa location is an exciting opportunity for the relocation service company to show the city of Tampa and the greater community what makes Tampa Moving the top movers in 550 N Reo St #109 Tampa. And now, the Tampa office will enable the company to keep growing for times to come and to build against our reputation of trust, security, and is locally owned.

"I am so grateful to my family and friends, and especially all of you for helping me grow my company. It makes me so satisfied with my movers to have the opportunity to bring our moving company to Tampa," said Michael, the moving company owner.

About Flat Fee Movers' Moving and Storage Services

Our Tampa Movers's was created in 2006 to support the demand and growth of the Greater Tampa areas housing development and the expansion. Flat Fee Movers is a professional full-service moving company based in Tampa. In addition to exceptional assistance, the company has been selected for 2013 Best in the Movers category by the Tampa Moving Award Program. By 2014, Flat Fee Movers became one of the premier Tampa moving companies. Today, we serve businesses and homeowners in Tampa's surrounding areas, Hampton Terrace Historic District, Hyde Park, Seminole Heights, Tampa Heights, West Tampa, and more. When it comes to the safe transport of one's belongings, for any distance, they assume only the most experienced moving specialists to get them there on time and in one piece. Their objective is to treat all their consumers' belongings as if they were their own and be recognized in the Greater Tampa area as the most trusted moving company in Tampa and with a reputation customers can rely upon.


For more information about Flat Fee Movers Tampa, contact the company here:

Flat Fee Movers Tampa
Michael Merlino
(813) 285-7870
550 N Reo St #109 Tampa, Florida 33609

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