Karma Movers Opening New Family-Owned Moving Company Location in St. Petersburg in Florida

June 19, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Karma Movers, an award-winning local residential and long distance moving company founded 15 years ago, announced today that it has opened a new St. Pete moving branch location in Florida to service the St. Petersburg area. The warehouse and office space is strategically located, and will provide improved access to Karma Movers's expanding customer base within the metro-St. Petersburg community. Karma Movers began as a local mover and then national expansion in 2013 and eventually major cities along the Gulf Coast supporting Karma Movers. Karma Movers now operates over 10 offices in Florida.

The company will dispatch several crews and vehicles daily from the new location in St. Petersburg, and will be supported by the company's national headquarters. Karma Movers built its reputation by hiring local residents with families in the area that are committed to changing the moving industry by providing unprecedented levels of customer service for a reasonable price. A major part of the business is built on family and treating customers like they are part of the Karma Movers family. Training - online and at the company "training house" located in St. Pete, FL is a huge part of the culture. Crew members must complete over 40 hours of safety training, customer relations, packing and general training before being able to join a crew.

Operations of the new St.Petersburg location, warehouse will be supervised by Manager Michael Merlino, a long-time crew member of Karma Movers. Michael started at Karma Movers over a decade ago, and has a long of history of professionalism, leadership, and customer satisfaction. Moves performed by Karma Movers in Florida, or anywhere else on the Gulf Coast, can be booked today by visiting www.karmamovers.com.

About Karma Movers Moving, Packing and Storage:

Founded in 1999, Florida-based moving company Karma Movers is an award winning local residential and long distance mover, offering local moving, long distance moving, packing, and storage services. Karma Movers has continued yearly growth of over 30% since 2012 backed by repeat customers and word-of-mouth referrals. Karma Movers moving company's services include moving, piano moving, complete packing and unpacking services, and other related services. Karma Movers offers storage facilities and dispatches crews from more than 10 offices as movers in St.Petersburg.

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For more information about Karma Movers, contact the company here:

Karma Movers
Michael
727-328-4448
karmamoversstpete@gmail.com
226 Dr M.L.K. Jr St N, St. Petersburg, FL 33705

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