When you choose a moving company, you are essentially allowing a group of people into your home to handle some of your most treasured possessions. That’s why Movher hand-picks its employees for attributes that go way beyond their physical strength: We choose them for their disposition, personality, hard-work ethic and can-do attitude.
We know you’ll be happy when you choose Movher, but it’s time for us to stop telling you and let our customers take the stage!
- Check out this video of one of our first moves in 2010…for this one, we were able to utilize a mostly all-women crew which doesn’t happen too often given the amount of heavy items most people have! But this was a fun one…wait a minute…they’re ALL fun!
- Read Movher’s article which appeared on pages 26-27 in the Inland Northwest Business Catalyst magazine.
“I would recommend hiring Movher to anyone who is planning a move. Movher’s customer service and professionalism are unparalleled, plus they are a hoot to work with! Sabrina and her team are outstanding, I’ll never move without them again.” – Colleen
“I cannot begin to tell you what a huge relief it was to have Movher help with our move. Everyone was professional and respectful of our things and a joy to work with. I have been recommending you to everyone.” – Tracy
“I’ve had two great moves with Movher. They are fast, friendly, efficient and extremely easy to work with. It was a great experience and I will be glad to use her services again. I highly recomed moving with Movher.” – Darcy
“Movher made moving a great experience rather than something dreaded. They were extremely friendly, kind, caring, fun and professional. I immediately trusted them with my belongings and felt so at ease. I can’t thank them enough for all their hard work and caring attitudes. I confidently and enthusiastically recommend them to anyone needing help with a move.” – Connie
“Thank you for doing such a great job for my client. They said your crew was incredibly professional and worked circles around everyone else. They were professional and my client was very appreciative. I’ve got Movher in ink in my book and I will be calling you again. Thanks so much!” – Susie, John L. Scott Real Estate
“Moving is such a stressful time for everyone, and my family was was no different. As a single mom of a two-year-old, with parents that live out of town, I found myself fretting about our most recent move (How was I going to get it all done in time?!). Movher literally came to my rescue! They arrived and took over just in time, they were upbeat and professional and did an excellent job handling my belongings and cleaning my place! I would (and have) reccommend them to my friends and family who need a little extra help moving. They were worth every penny!” – Cassi
Ad agency leases larger quarters downtown, expects more growth
Spokane Journal of Business, September 23, 2010
By Mike McLean
Magner Sanborn, Inc., a Spokane advertising agency, has moved into larger quarters downtown to accommodate its recent and expected growth, says Jeff Sanborn, a principal in the company.
The agency’s new address is 111 N. Post, in the Banner Bank Building, where it is leasing 7,100 square feet of floor space, including a fourth-floor penthouse and office space on the second and third floors, Sanborn says.
“This is an investment in growth,” he says. “We have more space than we need at the moment.”
Magner Sanborn previously had occupied 3,000 square feet of office space at 121 S. Wall, which Sanborn says it had outgrown. The company has 26 employees, up from 19 a year ago, he says.
Sanborn attributes much of the agency’s recent growth to activity by its largest client, San Diego-based Qualcomm Inc., which early this year launched its Flo TV Inc. division that delivers programming to mobile devices.
Magner Sanborn’s clients here include Spokane-based Providence Health Care and Spokane Valley-based Yoke’s Fresh Market, Sanborn says.
Cory Barbieri, of Spokane-based Goodale & Barbieri Co., handled Magner Sanborn’s lease of the space.
Movher Note: Sabrina Jones and her crew handled Magner Sanborn’s move from 121 S. Wall to 111 N. Post. It was awesome.