Moishe's Moving Systems

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Moishe's Moving Systems is a moving company that offers local and long distance moving services, self-storage, and mobile storage. Moishe's is the first "green" moving company on the East Coast. [1] By 1990, it had become the largest independent moving company in New York City. By 1995, they were the largest in the entire tri-state area. In a widely reported New York City "Rags to Riches" story,[2] Moishe Mana began as a “man with a van.” Today, Moishe’s Moving owns a conglomerate of 15 companies.

Moishe Mana’s company and story have been featured on NBC’s Today Show, New York Magazine, The Daily News, Newsday, The NY Times, The New York Post, Arsenio Hall Show, Sally Jesse Raphael Show and Good Day New York.[3]

Awards and recognition[edit]

CitySearch named Moishe's Best Winner for 2007. Moishe's was featured in New York Magazine's "Smart City Smooth Moves" column: “Moishe's bright-red trucks are so conspicuous around the five boroughs that TV and movie crews are beginning to use them as symbols of the city.”

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Moishe Mana, the Israeli Who Made a Fortune With His Moving Empire, Wants to Build a New Tribeca in Jersey City". Haaretz. 2013-06-29. Retrieved 2018-09-17.
  2. ^ Jaynes, Gregory. "About New York; Moishe's Rise: From Sneakers To Moving Vans". Retrieved 2018-09-17.
  3. ^ Moishes in the News

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