This Win Signals the Tech-Based Mover’s Emergence as a Major Contender in the Marketplace

Atlanta, GA – July 21, 2022 — In June, Bellhop was recognized as one of the top movers in the nation by U.S. News’ 360 Reviews guide — a major milestone for the company’s 11th anniversary. The trusted consumer watchdog ranked Bellhop as the No. 2 mover in three categories: The Best Interstate Moving Companies, The Best Long-Distance Moving Companies, and the overall Best Moving Companies in 2022. In their review, the U.S. News team considered features like full-service moving, storage options, customer service, quality, pricing, and insurance coverage.

It’s an honor to be regarded so highly on a list of legacy movers,” says CEO Luke Marklin. “To rise to No. 2 after a relatively short period in the market compared to some other movers on the list is a testament to the value of our innovative platform, as well as the incredible level of service and care our employees put into each and every move.”

Bellhop is one of the earliest disruptors in the moving industry, being the first to develop a digital platform to improve the booking process, scheduling, and customer service. The technology benefits even extend to movers, who are automatically matched to customers based on proximity, skill level, and expertise.

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Now, Bellhop is a leading moving platform for Millennial and Gen Z customers who are drawn to the ease of booking online, as well as the ability to give cashless tips to movers. The Bellhop team is hard at work building additional features and services that will soon drive it into the No. 1 spot for movers in the U.S.

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​​Bellhop was founded by millennials Cam Doody and Stephen Vlahos in the summer of 2011 as a simple solution for college students looking for help moving in and out of their dorms. After astronomical demand, the company quickly grew from serving just college students into a nationwide company with customers of every age and sized home. In 2013, the founders connected with Lamp Post Group for seed capital to aid national expansion, and the resources to develop the first-ever digital moving platform. To date, the company has acquired more than $50 million in venture capital from firms such as Advanced Venture Partners, Canaan Partners, Lowercase Capital, and Initialized Capital. Other investors include Silicon Valley Bank, Scott Banister, and rapper Nas. Visit to learn more.