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Anckner shooting for long-term stay with Arrow Moving

Tracy AncknerTracy Anckner, 37, came to Colorado Springs after visiting her sister here. The mountains and the temperate weather lured her. She convinced her company, a cell phone service provider, to transfer her. She’s always worked in sales and has recently found her niche with locally-based Arrow Moving as an account manager.

I came to visit my sister in 2003 and fell in love with the mountains and the beautiful weather and decided to move here. I met my husband Aaron and we were married in Hawaii in 2006. Read article…>

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Arrow Moving and Storage of Colorado Springs was a Service Supporter for the U.S. Women’s Open

The US Women’s Open was held at the Broadmoor Hotel located in Colorado Springs July 2011 and Arrow Moving and Storage of Colorado Springs was a Service Supporter for the tournament.  Some of the services we provided included were delivering desks to hotel to be used at in the office and registration area.  We removed patio furniture from the Golf Club and Spa during the event, stored the items, and then moved them back after the tournament ended.  We also emptied the furniture from two cottages that were needed for the event, stored the items, delivered the items once the tournament was over and provided several other moving services for the event.  Since the tournament was extended due to bad weather we did the reinstall in two days to accommodate the extra day.   Arrow Moving and Storage of Colorado Springs was proud to support the event for the local community.

U.S. Women's Open Service Supporter

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Arrow Moves Sweetwater School District #1

Arrow Moving and Storage of Salt Lake City just wrapped up the move for the Sweetwater school district #1 last month with great success.  From the start we knew this would be a large and challenging project that had the potential to be very profitable with high customer service levels if planned and executed properly.  After the initial walk through with Mr. Paul Grube, superintendent of the school district, I thought it would be best to have Lance help me formulate a plan of attack.  With his help we decided to do a second walk through with the some of the key players.  Jim, Lance, Garrett, and I met with Mr. Grube, and the staff of the Jr. High to go over our game plan and our expectation for the move.  We were able to avoid a lot of potential problem by answering the teacher’s questions and directing them as to what to expect on move day.

Lead by Jeff, the move was completed ahead of schedule with no problems.  A week after completion I was contacted by Mr. Grube, thanking us on a great job.  We are working to build on this positive experience and hopefully become the sole provider for the schools in Wyoming.  Special thanks to Jim, Lance, Jeff and Garrett for making this special project look like business as usual for the Salt Lake Arrow office.

Sweetwater schools

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Arrow Helps Local School with Annual Fundraiser

Cheyenne Mtn Indians

On behalf of the Cheyenne Mountain High School PTO, thank you very much for your generous support of our 3rd annual Garage Sales and Boutique.  The year’s sales helped raise money for CMHS Grants Program, which funds essential events, programs, and materials for students, teachers, and administrators at the high school.  We appreciate you providing crates, warehouse space for the storage of our items, Mobile Storage containers, and the equipment to relocate all the necessary items, and your wonderful crew members, because we could not have been as successful without your involvement.

Chief Executive Officer – Lynn Barry

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Arrow Moving & Storage participates in Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo

Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo

In July 2011 Arrow Moving and Storage sponsored a team in the Wild Cow Milking Contest at the 71st Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo.

Team members were David Patterson , Cody Patterson, Kevin Brown, and Jeremy Grein.

The Wild cow Milking Contest is held on all 4 days of competition during the Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo. There are 4 preliminary rounds held Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday night and Saturday afternoon. In each go round there are 8 teams of 4 members who all go at once. Each cow is haltered with a long lead rope and is held in a chute. The team’s milker is given a standard long neck bottle to collect the milk in. Once the chute is opened the team must hold on to, settle down, and milk the wild cow. The team must get enough milk into the bottle so that when the judge turns the bottle over at least 1 or 2 drops of milk exit the bottle. The first 2 teams to finish earn a spot in the championship round on Saturday Night. The winning team on Saturday night is awarded with a traveling trophy, a gold championship rodeo belt buckle, and a $1,000 donation to a charity of their choice.

The Arrow team participated on Thursday night which was the annual Tough Enough to Wear Pink night. They donned the Arrow Moving and Storage uniform shirt as well as a couple of pink bandanas to show support for cancer awareness. They did quite well for not having participated in the competition before. If not for a miscommunication in who the judge was they would have placed 1st or 2nd and would have gone to the championship round on Saturday night.

The Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo is held every year at the Norris-Penrose Event Center to help raise money for local Military. The Arrow Moving and Storage team has said they’ll be back next year for sure.

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