In times of uncertainty we all need to help each other out in anyway we can.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) January 03, 2013
With the fiscal cliff upon us and the Republicans and Democrats butting heads it looks like a tax increase is imminent. To help with this Seattle moving company, Jordan River Moving & Storage just announced that they are lowering their rates to counteract the looming tax increases of the fiscal cliff. With all Americans worrying about the possible tax increase to come, Jordan River Moving & Storage Company is doing something to put a little bit of money back in your pocket. They have reduced the rates of their moving and storage services because they understand the struggles families will have to face in this time of uncertainty. Jordan River Moving & Storage want to provide some relief to their customers to show them they care.
Spokesperson for Jordan River Moving & Storage, Wendy Gregory, said, “In times of uncertainty we all need to help each other out in anyway we can. Lowering our rates is how we felt we could help our Seattle community. Families need to know they can depend on their community to come together and support each other in times like these.”
About Jordan River Moving & Storage
Jordan River Moving & Storage has been a Seattle moving company for almost 13 years. Established in 2000, Jordan River is a fully licensed and insured moving company, located in Kirkland, Washington. To help make your move as convenient as possible, they offers 24-hour service, 7 days a week. Even though they are located in Kirkland they can relocate to anywhere. Locally they are a Bellevue, Issaquah, Redmond, Woodinville, Seattle, Renton, Kent, Everett, Marysville and the entire greater Puget Sound Area. They provide long distance pick ups from any city in Washington and Oregon. They will also provide free in home estimates in Vancouver, WA and Portland, OR.
For more information about Jordan River Moving & Storage and their discounts, please visit http://www.jordanrivermoving.com/.
Written by Danelle Rudolph
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