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Entrepreneur, September 10, 2018

Three Takeaways from a Young Company's International Media Tsunami

Did you hear about the guy who started walking 20 miles to work and was rewarded with a car? Of course you did!

CNBC, August 29, 2018

Forget Silicon Valley, These 7 Cities Are Great for Start-ups

"The affordability for starting a business here is great, and the cost of living is better," Luke Marklin, CEO of Bellhops, an on-demand start-up for moving that operates in more than 50 cities nationwide, tells CNBC Make It.

AZ BigMedia, August 15, 2018

Offerpad Partners with Bellhops to Strengthen Free-Move Benefit

Among the thousands of moving companies in the United States, Offerpad chose to align with Bellhops because of its innovative business model and customer-focused strategy. The two companies began working together in Atlanta and Charlotte, and based on that successful collaboration decided to expand their partnership to include all current Offerpad markets.

Washington Post, July 18, 2018

An Alabama Man Walked Almost 20 Miles to His New Job. When His Boss Found Out, He Gave Him a Car.

Walter Carr sent his friends a flurry of increasingly pleading text messages. The college student’s car had broken down, and he was supposed to begin his new job as a mover the next morning—at a home 20 miles from his apartment near Birmingham, Ala., May 28, 2018

Moving Services Use the Gig Economy to Simplify Pricing for Consumers

Beyond offering flexible pricing, Bellhops seeks to differentiate itself by requiring a shorter lead time than traditional moving services. While consumers might need to book a truck and movers anywhere from three days or two weeks ahead of their moves, Bellhops seeks to work in a much shorter time frame.

TechCrunch, April 28, 2018

Solving the Affordability Crisis One Chattanooga at a Time

I have seen few cities sell themselves as effectively as Chattanooga, whose mayor Andy Berke visited TechCrunch’s offices recently. He was accompanied by Luke Marklin, the CEO of tech-enabled moving start-up Bellhops.