Thursday, August 13, 2015

Why Does Earl's Moving Enjoy Alabaster?

It is a well known fact that Alabaster is a wonderful place to raise a family.

Alabaster is a well rounded community with a wide variety of entertainment, recreation, healthcare and retail. These are just a few of the things that make Alabaster a great place to live as well as do business. Entertainment is almost a daily activity in this down to earth city.

August brings fall sports registrations for baseball, softball, basketball and soccer for the family. Our award winning schools have started this month. 

If you enjoy football, there is nothing better to get the fall started than attending the games as the Thompson High School Warriors take on area schools.

September and October bring activities for senior citizens as well. Choose from outings, exercise classes, book clubs and other activities. Click here to learn more.

You don't want to miss the annual Christmas parade, one of Alabama's largest parades. The parade is sponsored by the city's Beautification Board and is held in early December each year. Over 100 entries join the parade including floats from local churches, our schools and civic organizations. Also participating are city and county officials, scouts, dance troops, motorcycles, car clubs, horses and of course Santa Claus!

Earl Pike was raised in Alabaster. He and his wife choose to remain there and raise their family in this city that is committed to providing a safe, healthy and wholesome environment.

Jeremiah 29:11 ~ For I know the plans I have for you, plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.

Earl's Moving Company, a Christian based company, was founded in 2008 by Earl Pike. Earl's strives to make moving as easy as possible so you can enjoy your new home. Raised in Alabaster, Earl enjoys moving people home with southern hospitality. Earl's Moving is available for residential and commercial moves in Alabaster, Auburn, Calera, Chelsea, Clanton, Helena, Hoover, Montevallo, Mountain Brook, Pelham, Prattville, Trussville, Tuscaloosa, and Vestavia Hills.

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