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Since 2003
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*One of the biggest complaints about movers is that they often badly underestimate the cost of an office move and then don't finish on time. An International Office Moving Institute (IOMI)-trained mover such as Vic's Moving & Storage learns a formula for accurately estimating cost. By calculating the number of trucks and movers for how long, Certified Movers can base estimates on man-hours, volume, and logistics, and not weight, which household movers typically use when quoting an office move. As a result, the chances of a move completing on time for the price quoted is greatly improved.

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JUNE 23, 2008 -- The sub-prime mortgage crisis and its negative effect on home sales is forcing many movers to offer office moving services to stay afloat. Full Story >>>

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Vic's, Kansas City's only bicycle moving service.

Yes, we're using bicycles, watch the video!

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No packing . . . really?

With a long tradition of dramatic records relocations, it's no wonder Chicago Title chose Vic's, and before you could say ShaaZam, the lateral file cabinets were in their new location, the contents just as before, nothing lost or mixed up. Maybe you should ask about our "boxless" office moving, too.

Help Richard pedal a piano across Missouri for charity!
Vic's charity ride will
help Healthy Hawks
MAY 19, 2012 - When Richard Bitterman finishes pedaling the 238-mile Katy Trail, he hopes to present a nice donation to KU Medical Center’s Healthy Hawks.

The owner of Vic’s Moving & Storage has hatched a plan to help raise money for the organization by bicycling across Missouri pulling a trailer with a piano on it.

Bitterman will hit the trail in Clinton, MO, and hopes the favorable terrain and easterly winds will help him reach trail’s end at Machens, MO about a week later. The ride is set to coincide with national Child Health Day Oct 7.

Can he do it?

“I’m training hard, pulling a trailer that can hold up to 600 pounds. The slight downhill slope and prevailing winds at my back will help. It’s all for charity so I think I can do it,” said Bitterman, age 40. His 24-speed bike is equipped with hydraulic disc brakes for downhill.

Dr. Ann McGrath Davis, director of Kansas Medical Center’s Healthy Hawks Team expects donation pledges will be up to the challenge as well.

“Richard Bitterman of Vic’s Moving has challenged himself to pedal a piano across Missouri to raise money and awareness for children’s weight issue. It’s a wonderful challenge to donors to match the spirit and strength needed to pull it off. We’re excited!”

Bitterman plans to make the ride this fall and looks forward to presenting Dr. Davis and her Healthy Hawks a big ceremonial check on Oct 7, Child Health Day. To pledge your support, hit the Donate Now! button.

Dr. Davis is planning a celebration of Healthy Hawks to be on hand to accept what she expects will be a sizeable donation from Vic’s.

Child Health Day emphasizes the fundamental necessity of a year-round program to protect and develop children's health.

The Healthy Hawks Team at the University of Kansas Medical Center is dedicated to helping children and their families overcome weight issues and live healthier lives.