Moving Company 30339
Mark the Mover at 404-351-0018 owns 20,000 square feet of secure storage. Eight miles from the Galleria, we can pickup and deliver exhbits to the Galleria at pre arranged times. Our shipping and receiving department has four semi level bay doors to ship and received ltl freight. We recommend crating exhibits with reusable crates for safe handling. We offer valuation coverage for handling and storage. We will help move the exhibit into place and remove the crating until the show is over when we can help re-crate the exhibit for shipment to the next exhibit location.
Cobb Galleria Movers – Mark the Mover helps exhibitors at Cobb Galleria Exhibition center with moving, packing, crating, climate controlled storage and moving labor. Smart companies spare their valuable sales and marketing staff the time and possible injuries for moving exhibits in and out of the Cobb Galleria Exhibition Center. Out of state exhibitors can ship their exhibits to Mark the Mover and we will store them until setup time, deliver them to the Cobb Galleria Exhibition Center, move them into place and help with setup, and return at the end of the show to remove the exhibit, transport it back to the Mark the Mover international shipping facilities where we can crate the exhibit and ship it to the next show or store it in our climate controlled facility.
Cobb Galleria Movers
Mark the Mover Moving Co. at (404) 351-0018 is just south of Vinings, The Cobb Galleria and has been serving the area for more the 30 years.
Vinings Georgia – Vinings is a section in the Northwest quadrant of inside the perimeter bordering Atlanta Georgia. Vinings is census-designated and unincorporated town in Cobb County, Georgia. Bordering the Chattahoochee River west of Atlanta, Vinings had a total population of 9,677 and also borders Smyrna Georgia to the east. The U.S. Postal Service uses “Atlanta” for all Vinings addresses (ZIP code 30339), and “Vinings” is not suitable for addressing the mail.
Vinings has been known in the past as Crossroads and Paces, (after Hardy Pace around 1830). Vinings was named for Wlliam H. Vining as he worked on the railroad construction of “Vinings Bridge” laying tracks in the area. The United States Army occupied the area during Sherman’s Campaign of the American Civil War in 1864 on his March to the Sea.
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