Coleman American Recognized for Food Donation Efforts

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The Atlanta moving division of Coleman American Moving Services is recognized for its efforts to fight hunger in the Atlanta area.

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We are proud of the efforts of all of our participating moving divisions that contribute to the growing hunger problem in America.

Move For Hunger, a non-profit organization that works with relocation companies to strengthen the efforts of community food banks, has named Coleman American Moving Services "Mover of the Month." Coleman American partnered with Move For Hunger in January of 2012.

The designation was in recognition of Coleman’s Atlanta moving division for July 2013, and their efforts to contribute over 2,749 pounds of food to date to the Atlanta Community Food Bank -- enough to provide more than 2,000 meals for needy families in and around Atlanta. “We are proud of the efforts of all of our participating moving divisions that contribute to the growing hunger problem in America,” says Tony Bridges, Director of Marketing for Coleman American.

About Move For Hunger
Founded in 2009 by New Jersey native, Adam Lowy, Move For Hunger teams up with relocation companies around the nation to collect non-perishable food items from those who are moving. These items are then delivered to local food banks.

Move For Hunger has created one of the nation's largest year-round service programs. In just under 4 years, the organization has managed to partner with over 600 moving companies, delivering more than one million pounds of food to families in 44 states. For more information, please visit http://www.moveforhunger.com.

About Coleman American Moving Services
Coleman American Moving Services, a provider of moving and storage services since 1914, has been named "Mover of the Month" by MFH for the tremendous effort put forth by the every member of their team. Coleman American currently has 19 locations across the United States that are dedicated to fighting hunger and, together, have deliver over 33,000 pounds of food to less fortunate Americans.

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