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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Tupelo Moving Companies

If you're planning a move to or from Tupelo, MS, consider partnering with an Allied Van Lines agent. We have three agents that serve the local area, and they all have a customer rating of at least 4.85 out of 5 stars. They have been accredited by the BBB and are licensed and bonded. Whether you're gearing up for a commercial or residential relocation, our agents can plan everything from start to finish. We tackle international moves as well. If your new location is not yet able to handle all your belongings, we'll set you up with convenient storage services.

As a national company with more than 85 years of experience, we know how to coordinate even the most complicated of moves. Our agent can set you up with trusted local movers who can safely pack and transport all your items. We can arrange for moving your belongings, transporting large items, and even getting your vehicles and boats to their new destination. Give us a call today to arrange for a free quote.

Tupelo is a small town located in the northern hills of Mississippi that is loaded with American history, natural attractions and a fun Southern hospitality that is always friendly to visitors and new residents. There are many things that make this city great, from the warm weather to the live music scene.

Tupelo saw an increase in population from 2000 to 2012, and the cost of living likely has a lot to with it. According to City-Data, the index is nearly 16 percent less than the U.S. national average, so you can definitely live in the city affordably. Even though Tupelo brings in a strong tourism industry, there are just over 35,400 residents living in Tupelo, according to a 2012 U.S. Census estimate.

Activities and Attractions in Tupelo

Tupelo is world-famous for being the birthplace of American rock and roll icon, Elvis Presley. His birthplace - which is also where he learned to play guitar - is now a museum where you can view several artifacts about his early life. Tours can also take you by the first hardware store where Elvis' mother bought his first guitar and the Tupelo Automobile Museum where you can see one of The King's cars and several movie posters. There is also an Elvis Presley Festival held every June in Tupelo that celebrates the music and legacy behind one of the most popular musicians of all time.

Another thing that Tupelo is famous for is being the headquarters of the Natchez Trace Parkway, one of the country's most historic and scenic bypasses. For even more beautiful green space, you can also spend a day reflecting at the Tupelo National Battlefield or Tombigbee State Park.

Moving to Tupelo

Tupelo is located at the cross section of U.S. Highways 78 and 45, so finding your way here with a Tupelo moving company isn't too difficult by car. Since the weather can be quite hot and humid during the most of the year in Tupelo, you might need the assistance of Allied Van Lines to handle the details of your move. You can even fly into Tupelo Regional Airport, which lies just west of downtown and Tupelo National Battlefield, if you decide to opt for Allied's vehicle transportation service. There are several other great amenities you can enjoy with Allied, including box and furniture inventory, unpacking and clean-up services, full-service packing and 500 agents across North America ready to help you will your relocation to Tupelo.

Top Public Schools in tupelo, mississippi

Pierce Street Elementary School


3-5 & ungraded

Tupelo Middle School


7-8 & ungraded

Tupelo High School


9-12 & ungraded

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Cost of Living in tupelo, mississippi

Cost of Living Index 0
Rent Index 0
Groceries Index 0
Restaurant Index 58.93
Cost of Living Plus Rent Index 0
Local Purchasing Power 0

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