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Advance Relocation Systems Plays Their Part In Honoring Fallen Heroes

Advance Relocation Systems Plays Their Part In Honoring Fallen Heroes

Over the past 80 years, Advance Relocation Systems has developed a unique relationship with the Department of Defense. As the nation celebrates Memorial Day, Advance Relocation Systems would like to highlight a recent project where they were given an opportunity to honor a fallen hero.

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BALTIMORE, May 25, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Advance Relocation Systems has been fulfilling the moving needs for individuals, families, and corporations in the Maryland, Baltimore area and beyond for the past 80 years and for 71 years before that as Frank Mann Storage & Van Lines. Over the lifetime of their company, they have made it their mission to work with reputable companies and organizations that share their values. For many years, Advance Relocation Systems has honored a relationship with the Department of Defense and the U.S military for a number of different types of moves, including the relocation of household goods and Blue Bark moves. While the firm has been undertaking these types of moves for some time now, they recently did a Blue Bark move that far exceeded the client's expectation and they wanted to share this feedback with the public.

"Blue bark refers to any U.S. military personnel, U.S. citizen civilian employees of the Department of Defense, and the dependents of both categories who travel in connection with the death of an immediate family member. It also includes the designated escorts for dependents of deceased military members. The term is also used to designate the personal property shipment of a deceased member." - https://definitions.uslegal.com/b/blue-bark/

Blue Bark moves require a high level of sensitivity and discretion. Advance Relocation Systems was humbled to have been given the opportunity to fulfill this move.

"They were very professional, responsive, informative about the process, very flexible, they were very catering to the needs of the family which helped make things go very smoothly. So we were very appreciative of that and the move went very smoothly in that regard." - Joshua Print, Major, - Commanding Officer of Deceased Service Member

During this COVID-19 period, Advance Relocation Systems would like to extend their heartfelt gratitude to our nation's first responders, military, and healthcare workers. To show just how appreciative they are of the sacrifices our first responders have made to keep our country safe and up and running, they are currently offering some unique offers and special services and they invite persons within these categories to contact them to see what can be done for them.

At Advance Relocation Systems, their goal is to always provide a moving experience that leaves their clients satisfied. It means a lot to them to be able to work with the Department of Defense because they are a world-renowned organization that hosts our nation's heroes and they give back so much to the community, a value that Advance Relocation Systems holds dear and embodies. Advance Relocation Systems is a proud Atlas agent. Your satisfaction is important to them so you can rest assured they will handle your move with the utmost care and consideration whether you plan to make a local, long-distance, or international move.


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