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How Mothers Help Define Our Business

By Hazelwood Moving and Storage on May 12, 2017 at 11:13 PM in Helpful Articles

May Newsletter – Hazelwood Allied

Dear Readers,

Hazelwood would like to wish all the moms a Happy Mother’s Day and thank them for all their hard work. We are extremely proud to encapsulate the care, attention, and love mothers show when it comes to helping our customers. Let us give you the mother’s touch with our outstanding service.

When it comes to doing business and working hard, mothers are a perfect role model. A mother’s dedication to her family helps inspire us to provide our customers with the highest quality of service. Don’t believe us? Here’s how Hazelwood Allied is inspired by mothers across the world.

  • M is for Movers: Santa Barbara’s most reliable movers since 1918. Going on a century spent in the business, let us use our experience to save you time, money and headaches.
  • O is for Our Staff: Our pride begins with our staff. From office workers, to movers, to drivers, we staff only the most professional and highly skilled employees. They are the heartbeat of our business.
  • T is for Transportation: Whether you are relocating in state, out of state, or out of the country, Hazelwood Allied can get your belongings to you safely no matter where they are heading.
  • H is for Home: There’s nothing more special than walking into your new home full of your belongings all carefully packed, transported, and unpacked to your specifications.
  • E is for Everything: That’s right, Hazelwood does it all. We are truly full service and can meet any of your needs: relocating, packing, transporting and storing. Either residential, commercial, domestic and international. We do everything.
  • R is for Rave Reviews: We’re proud of what our customers have to say about us. Read our client letters or reviews on Facebook and social media. We take care of our customers and aren’t afraid to let people know.
  • S is for Safety: Doesn’t matter if we’re storing your belongings or relocating them, the safety of your possessions is our top priority. Your home is full of the most priceless and important belongings, and we take the safety of them very seriously.

Hazelwood Allied has been family owned by the McCann family for 41 years, and we know the importance and dedication it takes to maintain a happy and healthy family. That’s why we incorporate those wonderful family values into our business practices. Hazelwood Allied is proud of its A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.

Did you know that Hazelwood Allied regularly helps seniors move from senior living communities like Casa Dorinda?  We're Senior Move Certified through the CRTS. 

Don’t take unnecessary risks by hiring a less experienced and professional company. Contact Hazelwood Allied for a free estimate or give us a call at 800.541.5958. 

Sincerely,



Casey McCann
Phone: (805) 963-4493
Email: casey@hazelwoodallied.com  

P.S. As a resource to you, each month we will recommend local area partners that we feel may be of value to you. Looking for a peaceful getaway for Mother’s Day, check out The Eagle Inn which has everything you need to create the special day for Mom. Or maybe a wonderful dinner at Max’s Restaurant & Cucina is exactly what Mom needs. 

 


Top May Events in Santa Barbara: Here are the may events in Santa Barbara that may be of interest to you and your family.

Weekend Paint in the Vineyard: Treat Mom to a fun painting experience in a beautiful, stress-free environment at Brander vineyard in Santa Ynez. No previous painting experience necessary. Included in the price of the event is a full wine tasting. (Saturday May 13th from 11:00 am to 1:30 pm. Highway 154 at Roblar Ave. Los Olivos, CA 93411. Admission is $65. Call (805) 990-2105)

CycleMania Family Bike Parade: A fun bike parade to celebrate Mother’s Day. Kids and parents can decorate their bikes and join the parade, or sit back and just watch the parade. There will be prizes for family themes, bike decoration and more, plus lots of goodies for Mom. (Sunday May 14th from 2:00 to 4:00 pm. 651 Paseo Nuevo, Santa Barbara, CA 93101. Free admission. Call (805) 963-7283).

Mother’s Day Tea: Treat the special woman in your life to a tour of the Lotusland gardens followed by tea and refreshments on their pavilion patio. Advanced reservation are required. (Sunday May 14th from 1:30 to 4:00 pm. Cold Springs Road, Santa Barbara , CA 93108. Call (805) 969-9990)

Luxury Spa Packages For Mom at Qui Si Bella: Qui Si Bella is running a Mother’s Day special for their day spa and massage services.Treat your mom to a fun and relaxing day at Qui Si Bella.

 

 
About Hazelwood Allied Moving and Storage: Hazelwood Allied Moving and Storage is one of the oldest family-owned Santa Barbara moving companies. It has everything needed for local, national, and international moves, and manages both residential moves and commercial moves. Its affiliate, McCann Mini Storage, provides storage units in Santa Barbara. Visit the website at http://www.hazelwoodallied.com to read testimonials about the Santa Barbara movers. “Like” the Facebook page for moving and storage tips. Call 800-541-5958 for a free moving estimate or information on Santa Barbara storage units.

 

Comments

Jun 08, 2017 Arrow1 Down Reply
Suri S.

Mothers are definitely our role models when it comes to hardwork. I think another thing that businesses, whether moving and storage or other business models, could use to be successful is the heart that goes with everything that mama does :)

Jun 08, 2017 Arrow1 Down Reply
Suri S.

Mothers are definitely our role models when it comes to hardwork. I think another thing that businesses, whether moving and storage or other business models, could use to be successful is the heart that goes with everything that mama does :)

Aug 08, 2017 Arrow1 Down Reply
Maia

Our homes - and everything in it, truly are priceless. Every piece of important belongings we have in it will be what will turn our new house into "our" new home. This makes the safety of our things crucial -- something we should take very seriously.

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