As the most recognized name in moving, Mayflower is committed to the community and the moving industry. Check out our collection of press releases.
Nov 10, 2015 Virginia Blaine, Vice President of Continental Van Lines, Seattle, Washington, received the Mayflower Joyce Derrick award. The annual award recognizes individuals who have shown particular dedication to and leadership in the moving industry.
Nov 10, 2015 All American Relocation, an agent of Mayflower based in North Carolina, received the company’s President’s Quality Award, which recognizes the number one ranked quality service performer in the carrier’s U.S. family of affiliated moving agencies.
Nov 10, 2015 Vincent P. Miller from Pyramid Logistics Services, Inc., Westminster, California, was awarded Mayflower Transit’s Logistics Van Operator of the Year. The award recognizes Miller’s outstanding performance in the areas of customer service and safety.
Nov 10, 2015 Kelvin G. Tate from Kloke Group Moving & Storage, located in Virginia, was awarded Mayflower Transit’s Household Goods Van Operator of the Year for the category of more than 50,000 miles. The award recognizes Tate’s outstanding performance in the areas of customer service and safety.
Nov 10, 2015 Timothy F. Smith from Daryl Flood Relocation & Logistics, Dallas, Texas, was awarded Mayflower Transit’s Household Goods Van Operator of the Year for the category of fewer than 50,000 miles. The award recognizes Smith’s outstanding performance in the areas of customer service and safety.
May 7, 2015 UniGroup and agents within its network will host celebrations across the country to recognize the dedication of its more than 6,000 van operators during Van Operator Appreciation Week May 11-15. UniGroup is the parent company of Mayflower Transit and other transportation and logistics subsidiaries delivering full-service to do-it yourself moving as well as supply chain solutions across the United States and around the world.
Apr 20, 2015 According to the 2015 Mayflower Movers Insight Study, one in four U.S. adults with children are more willing to move closer to their adult children now compared to a year ago.
Apr 20, 2015 The trend in Millennials returning home is known as the boomerang effect. One in four U.S. Millennials, (ages 18-34), have moved back to their hometown in the past five years, as stated in the 2015 Mayflower Movers Insight Study. Nearly 68 percent of respondents cited a desire to be closer to family, friends and significant others as their reason to move back to the town they grew up in.
Apr 20, 2015 According to the Mayflower Movers Insights survey, one in four U.S. adults with children are more willing to move closer to their adult children now compared to one year ago. And, half of Americans believe that Boomers are more needed in the same town as their children and grandchildren than they were five years ago.
Apr 20, 2015 The 2015 Mayflower Movers Insight study found that 65 percent of U.S. adults are choosing to move back to their hometown to be closer to family, friends and significant others. This comes as no surprise to Dr. Philip Cohen, a professor of sociology at the University of Maryland who studies household and family structure.