Football Season is Back – Gameday Facts and Recipes

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So many things to look forward to now that football season is back – Saturdays are going to be chock full of college games, and Sundays are now exclusively reserved for the NFL.

As much as our non-football-loving significant others may not like it, the season brings days of eating chips right out of the bag, pounds of melted cheese and salsa in bowls, and beer bottle caps all over the floor. Sure, we could pick them up and toss them into the recycle bin, but why?

NFL and College Football Season 2013-2014 is underway! The Game is on TV – Are you ready for some football?! Read More

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“There was an item damaged in the process, but the carrier was helpful in securing a replacement. The problem was handled courteously and promptly.”
Barbara Allen, Charleston, WV, August 26, 2013

Transit Systems Makes the Inc 5000 List for the Third Year in a Row!

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Transit Systems, a moving and shipping company that provides twenty plus years of experience moving and shipping small loads long distance has done it again. They made it onto the Inc. Magazine’s 5000. This is the fifth time they made it onto the list, three years in a row – 2006, 2007, 2011, 2012 and 2013!

It is quite an honor to be on this list and Transit Systems wants to thank all of our loyal customers who have shipped and moved with us and especially those who have recommended us to their friends and family. We look forward to another great year and plan on making it on the list again in 2014.

To view Transit Systems’ INC profile, click here. To view the full list of all 5000 companies selected Read More

The Perfect Stories to get your Kids through the Big Move

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If you have just started looking for a new home, remember to keep your children involved. Help them feel comfortable with the idea of moving by allowing them to look at houses with you. Let them go online with you to pick out houses, and when you’ve chosen a new place get them excited by allowing them to pick out which room they might like or even choose a play room!

If you have already bought a house, you child is probably going through a range of emotions. Watching Mom and Dad pack up the current house is new and scary. If you’re concerned that your child is acting differently and is confused about what’s going on, try reading them some of these great books to ‘cope with moving.’

I’m Not Moving Mama by Nancy White Carlstrom. Ages: 3-8. A cute story about how the most important thing of all when moving is family.

Alexander, Who’s Not (Do You Hear Me? I Mean It!) Going to Move by Judith Viorst. Ages: 4-8. The story about a boys’ anger and frustration during a move.

My Best Friend Moved Away by Nancy Carlson. Ages: 4-7. A reassuring book about making new friends but keeping the old. Read More

Moving and Pregnant – How Will This Work??

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Ever heard of “mom brain” well it is true! It happens as early as pregnancy, so the first tip, is be careful who you book your move with.  Don’t just pick the mover with the best price, do your research.  Check MoverReviews.com and check their Facebook page, make sure they are legit.  And ask someone to double check for you.  As a soon-to-be mom, I am sure you have a lot on your mind, and may miss something. Read More

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“I was nervous about shipping this 300+ year old walnut secretary, a family heirloom, across the North American continent. The estimate was fair, and no “last minute” discovery of additional costs, etc. Very honest, direct, and straightforward and I was delighted with TSI’s service. Care in shipping was obviously taken with no damage.”
Greg Jones, Aiken, SC, August 12, 2013

How to Purchase the Essential Kitchen Items

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There are items that you really can’t forget such as your plates, glassware, silver wear, and bowls. And of course pots, pans, and baking dishes. These are easy to remember and even to purchase, because you use them every day. There are other items that you really need at least once or twice a week that include:
• Large serving spoons for cooking
• Spatula
• Whisk
• Cutting Board
• Chef’s knife
• Serrated Knife (great for cutting bread and tomatoes)
• Peeler
• Can Opener
• Baking Sheet
• Rubber grip jar opener
• Hot pads
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“I selected your company to pick up an antique oak dining table from my mother’s home in Portland, OR, and deliver it to my home in Dallas, TX. The entire transaction went perfectly, the price was very reasonable, and the table arrived without a scratch. I would recommend your company very highly.”
Amy, Preston, TX, August 2, 2013

TSI Helps NJ Teenager Send Toys to Children Impacted by Oklahoma Tornado

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The natural disaster that struck Moore, Oklahoma on May 20, 2013 was an F5 tornado, one of the worst ever recorded in US history. The storm packed high winds with gusts over 200 mph at it’s peak.

Aside from the massive destruction to local homes and businesses, the people living in the affected area lost most of their possessions and valuables. Looking at this a step closer, you can easily think of the children, who also lost their prized possessions – their toys. Read More

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