Recently, Scobey Moving & Storage, a San Antonio-based agent of Mayflower Transit, stepped up to the plate when ABC’s Extreme Makeover: Home Edition production team needed assistance on short notice. The production team was in Hondo, Texas, and was looking for a mover who could meet their tight time constraints.
The Craft family of Hondo, Texas, was getting a new home built in just seven days and Scobey was there to help remove all the belongings from the home. Scobey arrived at the home around 4 p.m. and removed all the belongings by 9 p.m. so the demolishing of the old home could begin. Some of the more essential items, such as clothing and medical provisions, were stored onsite at the residence while all the furniture and appliances were brought back to Scobey’s storage facilities.
The family was nominated by students in D'Hanis, Texas where Todd Craft teaches and coaches. He and his wife Elizabeth have four children, of which the youngest was born with rare brain malformation requiring around the clock medical attention. The Extreme Makeover: Home Edition design team built the family a new, larger home, that is also equipped with all the technology needed to help the family care for their special needs child.
About Scobey Moving & Storage
Scobey Moving & Storage, founded in 1913, is a complete moving and storage company with three primary divisions: household packing, moving, and storage; office and industrial moving and storage; and heavy haul and rigging. Further information about the company is available at www.scobeymoving.com.
About Mayflower Transit
Mayflower Transit, founded in 1927, is one of the nation’s oldest and largest van lines and transports household goods, electronic equipment, trade show exhibits and displays, works of art, and specialized freight, utilizing a network of 700 affiliated agents throughout the United States and around the world. Mayflower’s headquarters offices are located in suburban St. Louis, Mo. Further information about the company is available at www.mayflower.com.