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Best Moving Company: Two Men and a Truck

Location: Fargo

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Two Men and a Truck has been named Best Moving Company in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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Two Men and a Truck “moved” enough voters their way this year to be deemed the Best Moving Company in the Red River Valley. According to their website, their men do more than just home moving. They take loads to recycling, donation centers, deliveries, and move heavy items like pianos and safes.

According to the site, movers “are even trained in the disassembly and moving of Grandfather clocks, pinball machines, treadmills, and other specialty items. We love to travel and can help you move across town, or across the country.”

  • Second place: The Apartment Movers
  • Third place: Five Star Moving
  • Fourth place: Midwest Moving Company
  • Fifth place: Fettes Transportation Systems

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