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A Guide to Moving to Houston

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

A Guide to Being an Official Houstonian by Kara Masteller, intern writer for Executive Auto Shippers   If you want a big city lifestyle with a small town price tag, moving to Houston, TX should be on your to-do list. As the 4th largest city in the nation, It’s filled with affordable attractions, touting six professional sports teams, 19 museums, and is a short drive away from the Gulf of Mexico, making the list of activities seemingly endless.   Moving to Houston All of those activities are great for tourists, but what if you're relocating. Well if you’re moving to Houston, your wallet is in luck! In 2015 Forbes named…
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A Few of our Favorite Vehicle Shipments

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Annual List of Memorable Vehicle Shipments We had so much fun remembering all of these awesome vehicle shipments last year that we have decided to do it again. We're going to update this list every December with a few of our favorite or most memorable vehicle shipments of the year. So if you're one of our customers and want your vehicle immortalized in blog form, make sure to send us a picture. Although our name is Executive Auto Shippers, we're not just a car transport company. As you can see here we ship almost any type of vehicle, even providing oversize vehicle shipping services.   2017 Car Shipping   Check…
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A Guide to Moving to Chicago

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

A Guide to Loving Your New Chi-town Life by Kara Masteller, intern writer for Executive Auto Shippers   The third-largest city in the United States is housed just around the middle of the country. Surrounded by the kindness of Midwesterners, but deeply rooted in an urban lifestyle, Chicago will give you the city vibe you crave and you’ll meet some wonderful people who crave the same. Located in Illinois, there are plenty of career opportunities in a wide variety of markets. The workforce of Chicago is not dominated by one particular industry, but rather a mixed business landscape. The diverse economy echoes the diverse population which has contributed to the…
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Tips for Moving to Seattle

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

A Guide to Seattle WA by Kara Masteller, intern writer for Executive Auto Shippers Known for coffee and rain, this cityscape is nestled among a great number of trees and placed atop rolling hills. Nicknamed, “Emerald City” because of this greenery, Seattle poses a perfect blend of city living and outdoor exploration. And coffee. Seattle loves their coffee. If you’re thinking about moving to Seattle, you’re not alone! It’s one of the fastest growing cities in the U.S and has been for the past 5 years. Not surprising, since its business world is largely dominated by newer technology corporations. Five Fortune 500 companies have made their headquarters here, which is…
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Alex: The Customer Service Cat

Thursday, November 16, 2017

An Unlikely Team Member by Kirstyn Jones, Customer Service Representative Many companies have taken on more creative ways to boost productivity in the workplace and keep employees engaged. One example of this is the inclusion of a furry friend on the team here at Executive Auto Shippers. Our little office kitty Alex always becomes the most popular team member when stress levels seem to be at an all-time high, especially in the customer service department. As much as I'd like to say this specific field is as easy as it comes, it’s not. I've had multiple customer service representative positions and as much as you try not to take things…
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Tips for Moving to Los Angeles

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

A Guide to the City of Angels by Kara Masteller, intern writer for Executive Auto Shippers Spanish for, “The Angels,” Los Angeles lives up to its name. It’s a sprawling, star-studded city filled with some of the most creative and fascinating individuals in the country, and that’s not without reason. Los Angeles (or L.A.) is home to 3 of the 6 major film studios. You’ll hear of many aspiring movie stars making the big move here. But even if winning an Oscar isn’t your dream, there are so many other reasons to call L.A. your home. Located in southern California, you’ll find most of your days filled with warmth and…
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A Guide for Moving to Boston

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

by Kara Masteller, intern writer for Executive Auto Shippers If you like working with passionate people, you’ll find them in Boston. The citizens have a passion for their sports, their food, their history, and most importantly- their city. How many cities can you say have their own accent? Their own slang? Founded in 1630 and a sight of many historic events of the American Revolution, Boston is deeply embedded in the nation’s history. Writers as influential as Ralph Waldo Emerson have found themselves living here, and it houses some of the nation’s most prestigious universities. Its historic and academic relevance has helped mold Boston into what it is today- an…
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A Moving Guide for New York City

Monday, October 30, 2017

by Kara Masteller, intern writer for Executive Auto Shippers   New York, New York. From the bustling diversity of Queens to the “suburbia” of Staten Island, this city is a cosmopolitan whirlwind of color and culture. It’s been known as the City that Never Sleeps, the Melting Pot, and the Capital of Finance, of Culture, of Technology, and of the World (despite not being a capital city at all!) While it can seem overwhelming, everyone and anyone should be able to find their place when moving to this global city.   New York City is the most populated (and most densely populated) major city in the U.S. It consists of…
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4 Ways to Reward Yourself When Wintering in Texas

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

By Kristi Kenyon, freelance writer for Executive Auto Shippers You’ve worked hard day in and day out and given everything you had to your career. You’re now ready to retire and have decided that you don’t want to shiver through another Midwestern winter. After some careful consideration, you’ve decided to head south for the winter months to the beautiful gulf coast area of Corpus Christi and become a Texas snowbird. You want to get the most out of your time but you don’t know where to start. Don’t let planning your winter vacation feel like a job - here are some tips to help you reward yourself during that seasonal…
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Should You Let Your College Student Drive Cross Country This Fall?

Monday, July 10, 2017

  There's a better way to get them to campus safely By Kristi Kenyon, freelance writer for Executive Auto Shippers College classes will be starting before you know it, and whether it’s their first year or senior year, sending your child off to college is hard. If you’re sending them across the country, it can make it even more worrisome. Will they have everything they need, like healthy food? Will be they able to get to the store if they need something like cold medicine? What if they need to work a job or are able to find a great internship, will they have reliable transportation? Although your student may…
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