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Allied Van Lines: The Best of Knoxville Moving Companies

With a population of over 180,000, Knoxville, TN, is the third-largest city in the state. Allied Van Lines is happy to help you plan your move and is dedicated to making the process as simple as possible. Our experienced agent in the Knoxville region has a perfect 5-star customer rating, a clear indication of their professionalism and reliability. Licensed, bonded and accredited with the Better Business Bureau, our moving agent is committed to earning your satisfaction.

Our local agent is qualified to handle moving projects of any scope and size, from simple residential households to commercial businesses and even major corporations. From boxes and packing supplies to dedicated packing services for small and large businesses, our agent is prepared to arrange whatever services you need. Temporary storage is available for any business or household, and vehicle transportation can be provided as well. If you are moving to North Hills, Island Home, Holston Hills or Sequoyah Hills, you can rely on Allied Van Lines to help you out. Contact us today for a free estimate.

Planning a big corporate move can cause a lot of unnecessary stress. Between packing up your business, transferring employees and setting down roots in a new city, you already have enough to worry about. Allied is there to take the burden off your shoulders.

With ups and downs in Knoxville's industrial history near the time of the Great Depression, the once barren economy is a thing of the past. The city's supply of natural resources and educated workers looks appealing to businesses and employers. Big and small businesses are both eager to set up shop in the area.

Major companies currently established in and around Knoxville include Regal Entertainment Group, EdFinancial, AC Entertainment, Pilot Flying J and Scripps Networks Interactive. The Tennessee Valley Authority is also headquartered in Knoxville. This large federally owned corporation provides power to people living all over the United States.

Much of Knoxville's appeal stems from the presence of the flagship campus for the University of Tennessee. This large college places a major emphasis on research, thus drawing the interest of employers in a variety of fields. The school's different sports teams, usually referred to as the Tennessee Vols, also attract quite a bit of business on game days, as athletics tend to be extremely popular in this region of Tennessee. In fact, athletics was cited as one of the best reasons to move to Knoxville in Kiplinger's Best Value Cities of 2011, a list on which Knoxville ranked 5th.

Kiplinger's admired not only Knoxville's love of athletics, but its entrepreneurial spirit. This spirit has attracted a wide range of business owners to the area and likely will continue to attract entrepreneurs in the future. Many of these businesses choose to move into the Knoxville area with the help of Allied, a premiere moving company with locations in all fifty states.

If you are considering moving your business to Knoxville, you may also benefit from the services of Allied Van Lines. Your Allied mover will work directly with you to make sure that everything goes according to plan.

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Cost of Living Index 64.38
Rent Index 29.18
Groceries Index 67.81
Restaurant Index 58.46
Cost of Living Plus Rent Index 47.61
Local Purchasing Power 105.80

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