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On the Move–Mayflower Transit Agent Newsletter, April 2008
“Hampden Moving & Storage Co., Abingdon, Md.–Just one word to describe our experience: phenomenal. Debbie Kilby clearly explained what was required to prepare for the move, was extremely pleasant, and we enjoyed our meeting. Jackie was phenomenal and extremely compassionate throughout the process. The moving crew– Moe, Leon, and Melvin,–were tremendous, extremely pleasant and very professional. On the day of–on the move from our previous house, Bill McMahon from Quality Control arrived to see how things were going. He was extremely pleasant and made sure we were happy with the moving process. Hampden Moving & Storage’s process, customer focus and compassion is a benchmark other moving companies should model after. Hampden will always receive our highest recommendation.”
Hampden Moving & Storage, Inc., has been honored with the U.S. military’s prestigious “Green Arrow Award.” This honor, granted to the top transportation service providers, recognizes outstanding service and performance in the Non-Temporary storage program, evaluating moving companies on inspection reports, claims, complaints, suspensions, and overall quality of service. Hampden Vice President Dan Shanahan commented: “Hampden is very pleased to receive The Green Arrow Award, which represents our continued commitment to excellence and serving our customers. To be recognized as a leading service provider among hundreds of moving companies across 19 states is indeed a great honor. We would like to commend the military’s Regional Storage Management Office for having such a program that awards those transportation providers who bring best practices to their everyday operations.”
Hampden Partners with Habitat for Humanity
On Tuesday, March 20, 2007, Hampden volunteered its signature “Red Carpet” service to help move the Habitat for Humanity warehouse from Baltimore to their new home in Edgewood, Harford County, Maryland. The contents of the warehouse included items donated to the Chesapeake chapter of Habitat. These items will be sold out the new Edgewood warehouse and the proceeds will be used to initiate a “ReStore” facility for the Chesapeake and Harford Habitat chapters. The ReStore facility will provide an ongoing source of income for these two chapters of Habitat for Humanity. The proceeds of the sales at the ReStore will then be used to further support home building projects for Habitat for Humanity. Hampden teamed up with Habitat over a year ago and has been pleased to donate trucks, equipment and strong workers to help bring families in need one-step closer to their dreams of moving into their own homes.
Hampden Kid Appearances
The Hampden Kid is alive and well at Hampden Moving & Storage. He is out and about in the community. You may see the Hampden Kid at a Navy Football game or a function at Iron Birds Stadium or Oriole Park. He may even be visiting an elementary school or a county fair. In fact, many people have requested the Hampden Kid Mascot to visit a corporate function or a even special birthday party. (read more about the Hampden Kid)