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Small Biz Feature: Carroll's Moving

January 15, 2020

 

Who wouldn’t welcome the opportunity to work with a family owned business, especially one in operation since 1930? Moving and storing your valuables can often be stressful. That is where Carroll’s Moving and Storage can help. They maintain both a full-service office and warehouse located in Vineyard Haven, MA and Pocasset, MA, which allows for receiving interstate shipments and shipper’s deliveries.

Whether you plan to make a local, long-distance or interstate move, you can trust these moving experts to work with your budget and your time frame. The team at Carroll’s Martha’s Vineyard home moving services are experienced in making their client's “self-directed” moves as affordable and stress-free as possible. They are super sweet and really care about each and every person who they're moving.

A huge plus with Carroll’s is their ability to offer you “one stop shopping” for all your moving needs. They sell many different types of packing materials such as boxes, tape, shrink wrap, moving blankets, and more.

 

For Carroll’s, there is no moving challenge too great. They are dedicated to providing outstanding service and protecting the belongings of every customer on and off the island of Martha’s Vineyard.

No matter where you are moving, if you are looking for efficiency and affordability, be sure to think of Carroll’s to help you get there.

 

What we helped Carroll's with:

Our main goal to was to help improve Caroll's online presence and communication. We started by developing on online marketing strategy,  re-doing their entire website, capturing new photos, and working with local videographers to create engaging videos. Additionally, we continue to manage their Google Adwords and their social media, including Instagram and Facebook.

 

Thanks for reading! Taylor

 

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