Get ready, Chicago. You’re about to get a ton of high fives from the team dressed in green.
Bellhops is excited to announce that it’s going live in Chicago!
Why all the excitement? Two reasons:
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If you want to learn more about Bellhops Moving, keep reading. We’re proud of our business, our technology, and our workers.
Bellhops Moving began in 2011 as a simple solution for college students looking for help moving in and out of their dorms. After early success, the company expanded its services to include customers of all ages, with homes of varying sizes. To meet this demand, the company developed the nation’s first tech-enabled moving platform, which not only streamlines the move-day process but also ensures customers are matched with the most-qualified movers (called bellhops) and professional drivers in their area.
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