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The Greendale neighborhood of Worcester, Massachusetts, is home to two popular attractions for entirely different reasons, unless you consider shopping a sport. The Greendale Family branch of the YMCA opened in 1978 on Indian Lake and has proven to be a great facility. The Greendale Mall, meanwhile, can get people in shape if they walk from end to end repeatedly (some do), but is most known for its excellent assortment of stores, from Old Navy to Best Buy.
When you venture out of Greendale in north Worcester, there are many attractions and festivals to take advantage of in the city, from the annual music and street art festivals to the Canal Fest and New England Summer Nationals car races. “The Heart of the Commonwealth” also boasts two outstanding medical facilities and seven colleges, including prestigious Holy Cross.
If you are planning to move to this thriving research center and college town, you are going to need the best Greendale movers to get you there. You will need to go beyond a “movers Greendale MA” Web search to find the premier Greendale local movers.
To identify the # 1 Greendale moving companies, you need to find a company that is cherished by its customers and praised by national organizations. Only one of the Greendale movers can boast both consistently outstanding customer reviews, recent expansion into Florida to meet demand, and an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau: DN Van Lines.
The glowing reviews can be seen and heard at www.dnvanlines.com, where you will also learn that DN Van Lines can also handle any Greendale storage needs as well, due to its safe facility near Boston. There’s no need for an additional “storage Greendale MA” Web search or calls to local facilities.
For information and a free quote, log onto the website or call 1-800-51-MOVER to start your move to the Greendale portion of “The Woo.”