Blog Posts by "tvrba"

Busy mall for black friday

Stores are stocking the shelves with turkeys and preparing for the biggest day of sales: Black Friday. One of the busiest days for retailers, you either love it or hate it. Everyone knows you have to plan well and stand…

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Mobile-Payment

Apps that allow us to swipe credit cards on mobile devices are everywhere, from Apple stores to taxi drivers. Now, they are also an option of payment for your long distance move. Mobile payment options have popped up where people…

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Veterans Day Parade

On this Veterans Day, National Van Lines would like to thank all of our veterans and active members of the United States military for their service to our nation. Please take a moment to thank a veteran today. Regardless of…

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packing items

Preparing your home for a long distance move can be stressful at times. Until you start sorting through each of your items, deciding what to keep, sell or pack, you probably have little idea of how much stuff you really…

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Long Distance Moving

When you hire a moving company, you want to make sure you are working with a professional. There are key signs you should seek out when looking for movers to help you separate the professionals from the scams. Aside from…

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Moving Companies

Having a yard sale before your move is a great way to earn some extra cash and reduce the weight of your move, but hosting such a sale can be a hassle. Moving, especially cross country moving, requires a significant…

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rain falling on an umbrella

For the smoothest move possible, you have to start planning well in advance of moving day. Even if you try to schedule your move around the Farmer’s Almanac, there’s still going to be a chance Mother Nature won’t cooperate. While…

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San Jose, California map

Moving from San Antonio, Texas, to San Jose, California, is going to be a big change. Just getting there will be a challenge. You will be traveling through some rocky, dry terrain, after all! Thankfully, you can count on National…

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How to Move with Pets

Pets are often treated as family members. In fact, a 2011 survey found that 63.2 percent of pet owners consider their pets to be family, but they are more like children than they are like Uncle Frank. How your pet…

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Moving damage

We live in a human world, meaning mistakes can happen even when our planning, preparation and organization is perfect. This is one of the reasons we always stress valuation, especially during long distance relocations. Valuation protects your belongings, obligating the…

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