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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Champaign Moving Companies
If there is a move to Champaign in your future, consider Allied Van Lines for your relocation needs. We know all too well the challenges involved with moving. However, with nearly nine decades of experience, we can help to prevent some of the more common problems. It doesn't matter if your family is relocating to a modern home on Windsor Road or your business requires the space in a building on Bradley Avenue. We are more than capable of assisting. We have two dependable Allied Van Lines agents in Champaign. Both have Illinois Better Business Bureau accreditation. Our agents are also licensed, bonded and insured. They have been awarded 4.9 or more stars out of a possible 5 stars for quality of service.
We are able to help you move locally, nationally, or overseas. Allied Van Lines moving consultants serve as a great resource from the planning process through the end of the move. You'll learn about our personalized moving solutions along with money and time-saving tips as a part of our free estimate. We can help you to secure long- or short-term storage for your items along the way. Choose from the many options that Allied Van Lines offers in order to make your move more successful.
Champaign, an urban hotspot with small city comforts, is located in central Illinois. Founded in 1855 around the railroad, the city has expanded into a flourishing community with academics as its centerpiece. It is home to the University of Illinois, a top-tier school that gives the city much of its flavor as well as an array of family-fun sporting events.
The population of Champaign is approximately 203,000, according to the 2012 U.S. Census. With the university in its border, it’s no surprise that the majority of residents work in educational services.
Champaign has a four season climate. During the summer, residents enjoy temperatures in the mid-70s while the winter brings averages of mid-20s. During the cooler months, there is an average of 6 inches of snowfall.
Activities and attractions in Champaign
Champaign has a selection of cultural, family-fun and insightful activities. Throughout the year, the city hosts art and film festivals and collegiate sporting events such as basketball and wrestling tournaments. To watch the Fighting Illini battle on the gridiron, head to Memorial Stadium, which seats 60,000 fans.
Bring the kids to the Orpheum Science Museum for a range of fun exhibits, including gosh images, a dino-dig and a PVC pipe organ. Catch a riveting performance or a classic flick at the Art Theater co-op, which has been in business for more than a hundred years. Shoppers flock to North Prospect and Market Place for 150 stores that pack everything from trendy fashion to homeware appliances.
If you’re looking to get a breath of fresh air, the city offers an extensive park system where bikers, hikers and families can stay active. There are also lakes and rivers perfect for fishing, boating and canoeing.
Moving to Champaign
When planning your transition to Champaign, let Allied Van Lines take some of the stress off of you. We know that relocating can be a tricky. That’s why this Champaign moving company offers more than 3,500 long haul and regional fleet vehicles, 2,600 employees nationwide and full-service packing. You can even choose from box and furniture inventory to disassembly and assembly to vehicle transportation.
For those who are flying to Pullman, the nearest airports are University of Illinois Willard Airport (8 miles away) and Central Illinois Regional Airport at Bloomington-Normal, situated 49 miles away in Idaho. If you’re driving there, the city lies just off the intersection of Interstates 74 and 57.