Starving Artists Movers

USDOT # 490801
PUC # 302323
134 B Hall Street
Concord, NH 03301
Concord
New Hampshire
Contact Phone: 800-698-4468
Additional Phone: 1-800-698-4468
Company Site: www.starvingartistsmovers.com

Moving with Starving Artists Movers

Starving Artists started as some broke artists were looking to supplement their creation of artistic endevours by making money on the side doing moves, little did they know they would end up creating a thriving business that contains operations all over the North East United States.



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Beginning with the planning with Chris, all things about this out-of-state move went easily. The three-man group from Starving Artists Moving Corp just left. Anthony, Ivan and Seth were pleasing, watchful with my things and finished in record time, more quickly than I had thought. Extremely proficient and exceptionally wonderful to work with. highly recommend this company!!!

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