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North American Van Lines: The Best of Valdosta Moving Companies
With a population of just over 55,000, Valdosta offers plenty of amenities and the small-town Southern charm that makes Georgia so famous. North American Van Lines’ local agent is committed to ensuring that residents in the area receive the services they need for low-stress moves. With a perfect customer satisfaction rating of 5 out of 5 stars, you can count on our local agent to perfectly orchestrate your move from start to finish.
Accredited by the Better Business Bureau and fully licensed and bonded, our local North American Van Lines agent works with only the most reliable movers to make your relocation as easy as possible. We provide free estimates, are upfront about the costs of our services and will expertly manage your move. Whether you need a temporary storage solution, your vehicle transported or packing materials, our local agent can take care of all your needs. If you’re pressed for time, we can even find professional movers to handle all the packing. No matter what your moving needs may be, North American Van Lines is ready to help.
Valdosta, located in southern central Georgia, is a small city rich in history, football pride and quaint architecture. It is the 14th largest city in Georgia, and has a unique blend of southern hospitality and city fervor. After all, Valdosta was ranked ESPN’s Titletown USA and “One of the 11 Great Southern Places to Retire” by Retirement Lifestyles Magazine in 2007.
According to the 2012 U.S. census, there are about 57,000 residents, with an average age of 27 years old. While most men are employed in the retail trade industry, the most women have jobs in healthcare and social assistance.
The weather in Valdosta slightly hotter than the national average, with highs in the summer reaching the 90s and lows in the winter hitting the 40s.
Attractions and Activities
With a pleasant climate, the residents of Valdosta take advantage of the several golf courses, hunting, fishing and gorgeously preserved historic sites. Valdosta was established as a county seat in 1860. However, the business district did not experience substantial growth until the 1890s to 1920s, when most of the city’s historic public buildings were constructed. Today, tours are offered of the historic homes, such as the Crescent, which is the headquarters for the Valdosta Garden Center, and the Barber Pittman House, the first bottler of Coca-Coca outside of Atlanta.
If you enjoy watching players on the gridiron, you'll have a lot in common with your neighbors. Football is a religion in Valdosta on Friday night in the fall. In 2008, ESPN brought the town to national attention because Valdosta High School football team has won more games than any other high school football team in the country.
At night, locals like to head to bars in the downtown district. For eats, Valdosta offers tasty barbecue, Mexican and southern home-style cooking.
Moving to Valdosta
When you move to this Georgia gem of a city, be sure to check out Valdosta moving companies to help transport your belongings with minimal stress! North American Van Lines has services in more than 40 countries, with 500 agent locations within North America alone. By car, you will want to plan on roughly a three-hour drive from each city. Conveniently, the city is located just off Highway 75, which runs north and south and Highway 38, running east and west. Whether you are moving two or ten states away, you'll have access to 3,500 vehicle fleets from North American Van Lines.
To fly, Valdosta Regional Airport offers three arrivals and three departures each day for six day a week to and from Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Otherwise, some travelers fly into Tallahassee Municipal Airport, which has nonstop flights to eight cities on 10 different airlines.