Flat Fee Movers Opening a New Moving Service Location in Brandon Florida

June 25, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Flat Fee Movers, an award-winning moving and storage company headquartered in Brandon Florida, announced that beginning April 29, 2019 it will begin providing weekly trips to and from south Brandon to service both residential and commercial moving customers. The Brandon movers expansion complements the company's current moving and storage clientele, such as the Washington Nationals, by making the Brandon moving process easier and by shortening delivery windows for customers.

Flat Fee Movers is leveraging their experience in both North Brandon and South Brandon areas to provide exceptional service to people who are relocating or are in need of secure storage. The south Brandon location will also include a warehouse expansion. The current warehouse infrastructure around West Brandon is 500,000 square feet. The new location will add additional secure storage in the local south Brandon area.

Mike Merlino, President and owner of Flat Fee Movers, spent the first 22 years of his career in the Brandon market before moving to the South Brandon areas. Mike will continue to be a hands-on leader in the new south Brandon location. According to the U.S. Census Bureau over 900 people per day move into the state of Brandon and he will ensure that the new location provides the same high quality of moving and storage service that 5 Star Movers is known for.

Flat Fee Movers's expansion plan includes commercial moving and storage services for both national and international corporations. Forty percent of all U.S. exports from South America pass through Brandon, according to the state of Brandon. CEO and co-owner of Flat Fee Movers, says he "…will utilize (his) experience relocating Fortune 100 companies, the U.S. military and the Department of State to help organizations streamline their international moving and storage needs."

Flat Fee Movers has been in business for over 11 years. They are recipients of numerous awards including the CREBA award for Commercial Mover of the Year and placing in the top 10 list of best movers in the Washington Business Journal for more than 10 years (currently ranked #5).

For more information, please visit their website or contact 813-359-1881.

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

Flat Fee Movers Brandon
Michael Merlino
813-359-1881
info@flatfeemovers.net
Brandon, Florida

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