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3625 South Warner St

Star Moving & Storage INC 3625 South Warner St

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Amanda K

Amanda K

02/19/2016

We just wanted to say how pleased we were with the outstanding job your crew did on our moving day! They were such hard working, respectful and STRONG group of men I have ever met. They went above and beyond to make sure they had everything the way we wanted it before they left . We have never moved an entire house before but when the time comes again for us or anyone else .... you will be my #1 recommendation!

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