The Mall Is Finally Here!

The new mall at University Town Center

Sarasota residents have wanted a new mall for a while. While certainly not the only one in the area, The Mall at University Town Center in Sarasota is a delightful blend of high end retailers and mall favorites.

Among those businesses included are Godiva, Teavana, Tesla Motors, Crate & Barrel, Tommy Bahama, Brio, and Saks Fifth Avenue. Now that construction is complete and the doors are open, people are filing in in droves. Multiple stores expended the majority of their inventory the first day and were forced to expedite the shipping of more products.

Traffic has been slowed while masses rush to the area. Should you decide to patronize the various shops and restaurants, plan accordingly. Your Sarasota Movers are eager to visit too, but we’ll try to leave you a parking spot.

Tuscon’s sparkling future

Gems from Arizona’s Morenci area

Eons Expos, a local company specializing in gem and mineral shows, is planning to build a 150k sq. ft., three story building to house further expos. The building will house a number of business condos for sellers.

As the top gem and mineral producing state, we in “The Copper State” benefit from a wealth of local variety to own. In addition to gems and minerals containing copper like turquoise, azurite, and malachite, we also have a wealth of petrified wood, peridot, and many others.

The Arizona gem and mineral industry may be quite large, but the development being built is completely unique. There will be space for five hundred dealers below the third floor’s high-end annex of the 22nd Street Mineral & Fossil Show. They hope to sell each “business condo” for a hundred and fifty thousand dollars each. Your local Tucson movers hope that this family owned business continues to prosper.

Harford County Halloween Events

Harford County has no shortage for something spooky and fun to do this Halloween.

The Festival at Bel Air will be hosting its 26th Annual Halloween Costume Parade, Contest & Trick-or-Treat on Saturday, October 25th from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Each year, the Annual Costume Parade and events draw thousands, making it the county’s largest fall event and arguably the largest event of the year.

Located in the parking lot between the RiteAid and Uptown Cheapskate, kids in all costumes are welcomed and will receive a reusable trick-or-treat bag that they can fill with candy at the event or while making rounds in the Main and Bond street areas from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The festival gave out over 1,300 bags last year, as well as prize bags for the top ten costume contest winners.

Another event to check out is at Wegmans in Abingdon. Taking place on the same day as The Festival at Bel Air, Wegman’s Halloween Celebration is another trick-or-treating event where children can also enjoy a Witch Hat Ring Toss, Boo! Bean Bag Toss, and Pin the Tail on the Cat. A pumpkin painting class will be held at noon and is $5. At 6 p.m. the entire family can also enjoy a viewing of “Hocus Pocus”.

If you are looking for more of a scare, Legends of the Fog will be featuring their Sinister Circus Haunted Hayride and Carsins Manor “abandoned orphanage” throughout the entire month of October, until November 1st.

Creepy Creek Canoe will also open their venue to guests who would like to embark on “a spirited exploration of legends and lore of man and beast” on October 24th, according to the Anita Leight event website.

If you are moving to Maryland and are looking for more information on fall events in the area or Maryland news, visit your trusted Maryland mover’s blog.

2014 Kid-friendly Halloween events in Birmingham

From haunted hayrides, corn mazes, walking trails, to scream parks, there is no shortage of haunted attractions in Alabama around Halloween! Even though Halloween is supposed to be scary, some events may not be suitable for younger children. If you and your family are moving to Birmingham this October, be sure to check out these kid-friendly events.

  1. Smith Farms Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch: Although it is called “the SCARIEST Corn Maze in Alabama”, this attraction is suitable for all ages as long as they are accompanied by an adult. Get chased by Goblins and Ghouls and then catch your breath by roaming the pumpkin patch. This year also features a walk-through haunted house. Open every weekend through Halloween, Smith Farms Corn Maze is open from 7:00-11:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday.
  2. CornDodgers Farm Haunted Trail: This family fun farm welcomes all ages. Prepare to get lost in the haunted maze, take pictures with the pumpkins, try the corn cannon, and check out the barn. The Haunted Trail Maze will be open October 18, 24, 25, 31, and November 1 starting at 8:00 p.m.
  3. Springville Pumpkin Patch: This family pumpkin patch has a bouncy house! Your children can bounce around, get their face painted, catch a hayride, play games, and so much more. Plan on spending the day at the Springville Pumpkin Patch.
  4. Atrox Factory: known as “The Southeast Largest Haunted Attraction”, this 50,000 square foot indoor madhouse is only recommended for children aged 12 years and up. This is the perfect place to take your young teens for the ultimate Halloween that will leave them begging to go back next year. Tickets are $18 during the week and $23 Friday and Saturday, and will be open from October 3 – November 1st this year.
  5. Oktoberfest Trussville: will take place on October 11, 2014 and is the annual authentic German festival. With no admission charge, food, drinks, music, and a pumpkin patch; guests can enjoy this German fest from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. located at Holy Infant of Praque. Eat breakfast and lunch while partaking in festivities, and take dinner home.

Need more? Check out more kid-friendly Halloween events in Birmingham, and let All My Sons Moving Company assist you and your family in all of your moving needs this fall.

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Healthbox Office in Salt Lake City Area

If you are moving to the Salt Lake City area you might be interested to know that Healthbox has launched a healthcare startup accelerator in town. Since Healthbox is fairly new, here is a quick sneak peak:

Healthbox is a company that is helping bring potential entrepreneurs into the healthcare industry. Since early 2014, Healthbox has been providing their services to companies who are looking to grow and has three locations that will soon be opening, aside from the Salt Lake City location.

This can be a great opportunity if you have a product or valuable insight to offer the healthcare industry but do not know how to get your foot in the door. Healthbox office in Salt Lake City can help you advance in the healthcare industry today. Your Salt Lake City movers can help you get a head start on moving, as well as lend you tips to start your future in healthcare!

Whether you are an entrepreneur seeking a way into the healthcare industry or not, knowing about Healthbox and their client’s practices affects you and your community, by helping to build successful healthcare companies to suit your needs.

Be sure to keep track of All My Sons Moving Company’s Moving Blog for all Salt Lake City current events!

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Raleigh’s One of the Fastest Growing Cities

If you are a high school senior or the guardian of one, and are looking for the perfect university in the Raleigh area, look no further! Raleigh is a booming city with an endless amount of opportunities for college students, but call your Raleigh movers today and schedule your high school grad’s move as soon as possible, before spring semester slots fill up!

With Raleigh being one of the fastest growing cities in the United States, the city ranked among the top three, mid-sized metropolitan areas in Best U.S. Cities for College Students by American Institute of Economic Research.

Another benefiting factor: Raleigh partakes in a Research Triangle powerhouse with North Carolina. The triangle includes North Carolina State University, University of North Carolina, and Duke University, all of which are highly ranked. It is no surprise that Raleigh is populated by well-educated residents.

With so many full-time students, you would think that the unemployment rate is running high. However, Raleigh actually has a lower employment rate than the national average. Raleigh has many job prospects for its major industries focusing in aerospace, biotechnology, manufacturing, and green energy.

With numerous job potentials, safety, affordability, and lots of fun, Raleigh is the ultimate destination for a high school grad who is looking to get the most out of the college experience. Make new friends over good food, drinks, music, and the never ending annual events that come to town. Help your college student make their first great decision and get them settled into a town that offers a bright future, and let All My Sons Moving Company of Raleigh make it easy!

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Walk for AIDS in Milwaukee

Even though it is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Milwaukee believes in always fighting for all cures. October in Milwaukee also means continuing to diligently work towards bettering the lives of those who are effected by Aids.

This past Sunday, Milwaukee hosted the 25th Annual AIDS Walk Wisconsin and 5k Run event. The annual fundraiser has racked in a little under half a million dollars towards HIV prevention, as well as care and treatment programs.

If you are moving to Milwaukee and want to help make an impact in your new community, then come take part in this annual event for AIDS awareness. The AIDS Walk Wisconsin and 5K Run event is unique in that 100% of its proceeds stay within the state of Wisconsin. The $500,000 goes towards feeding families, providing shelter, protecting the legal rights of people with HIV, and gives better access to healthcare needs.

When dealing with critical illnesses such as AIDS, it can create a financial struggle for the person infected, as well as for their families. When you participate in the walk for AIDS in Milwaukee, you are lending a huge helping hand and allowing people to live longer, healthier lives.

Each year, you can take part in Milwaukee’s AIDS fundraiser and MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

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Elderly Rejoice as Chicago Youth Flee Roads

Young Chicago drivers nowhere to be seen
Young Chicago drivers nowhere to be seen. Somebody’s happy about it.

 

People need to get where they’re going, but the cost is high. Plainfield spent over three hundred thousand dollars this year on roads, and that only covers the salt. Transportation’s budget between now and 2040 is nearly four hundred billion dollars.

With all of this cost looming, demand for roads may go down. Between 2001 and 2009, drivers under 35 drove 23% less. This is a combination of fewer drives, shorter drives, and other forms of transportation. More people are taking CTA, Divvy, and new ride sharing services.

The counter argument is that once more of the younger generation gets older and has kids, their transportation needs will increase. That’s where the planned spending becomes essential. While this is likely true, there is no evidence that the trend of reduced youth driving won’t continue with those about to start driving.

As your local movers, we at All My Sons Moving & Storage certainly like reduced traffic. The sooner we can deliver our customers’ furniture, the better.

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Halloween Appropriate Art Show in West Palm Beach

The Halloween frenzy has crept into West Palm Beach’s very own Ink and Pistons gallery. J.R. and Amanda Linton, the owners of Ink and Piston, are hosting a particularly unique art show called Anatomically Correct.

Featuring art work chosen from several different artists, J.R and Linton brought together this spectacular art display inspired by medical oddities, Syfy creatures, Day of the Dead, pop-culture influences, and depictions of strange works of art that they encountered during several trips to Japan.

This Halloween appropriate art show brings a beautiful meaning to decay. Although Halloween incorporates death with horror, the pieces in the show for October 18th intertwine life and death.

Travis Bedel’s piece Memories of Now, will be a feature in the event; illustrating a strong, emotion-evoking profile of facial muscles and an arrangement of beautiful flowers. Bedel’s piece provides a sneak peek into what you can expect to see throughout the Ink and Pistons gallery this Saturday night.

If this piece fascinates you, make an appearance at the Anatomically Correct art show! If you are moving to West Palm Beach, you can pick up a one-of-a-kind piece of art to decorate your new home.

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Special Early Appearances in Tulsa

Dinosaurs are coming back to life thanks to the Walking With Dinosaurs: The Arena Spectacular. However, they have made special early appearances in Tulsa this month prior to their upcoming show at Tulsa’s BOK center.

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As Baby-T, one of the smallest life-like dinosaurs, stomped through gymnasiums such as the one at Sequoyah Elementary School, children could not help but get a closer look and reach for this captivating replica.

Baby-T, a one-man operated puppet, is only a small part of what you can expect at the Walking With Dinosaurs show. There are larger dinosaurs that tower over Baby-T and are a three-person operation. But do not let the fact that these are puppets fool you; these spectacular machines move and react freakishly lifelike.

Next month, the Walking With Dinosaurs show will be scheduled for three viewings, so be sure to jump on the opportunity quickly. November 11th there will be an evening show at 7:30PM and a 3:30PM showing on the 12th. The tickets range from $25 to $75 depending on how up-close and personal you dare to be with the large creatures.

The show at the BOK center presents 20 stunning dinosaurs from ten different species which were alive during the Cretaceous period. The dinosaurs are always being improved, as several paleontologists work to keep the dinosaurs looking as accurate as possible. Over the years, paleontologists discover new details; such as, the fact that dinosaurs were feathered. The new detail was added to this year’s show in order to honor the dinosaurs in the best way they can. The lifelike dinosaur show is entertaining for all ages so bring the entire family to this extra special event.

If you are moving to Tulsa, you can expect to see several attractions and shows just like this one, being featured throughout the area. Tulsa is a great town, with several good schools that bring in new and exciting ways for students to learn, like through Baby-T and his show. Call All My Sons Moving Company of Tulsa today and get personalized advice on the best community in Tulsa to suit you and your family.

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