TORONTO, June 27, 2014 /CNW/ - According to the last Census published in 2011, 4.3 Million Canadians move annually; that's approximately 1.6 million families; approximately 13 per cent of those families move in June. Of the families moving in June, approximately 1/3 chose June 30 to move; in Toronto, this means 30,000 people move on this day.
Said Chuck Resnick, Vice President, Marketing & Operations, Two Men and A Truck – Canada, "The reasons for this moving day reality are,
- the late June school year end makes it easier for parents to move without disrupting their kids' education schedule;
- parents want to be moved into their new homes well before the kids go back to their new school;
- property taxes and rental leases are due for the mid year renewal period at the end of June, prompting renters to move to new homes;
- with the Canada Day long weekend, families get an extra non-work day to unpack, no snow, minimal chances of rain.
"These circumstances make June 30 the most favorable moving day."
CHUCK RESNICK IS AVAILABLE FOR INTERVIEWS by calling 416-204-0007 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
David Eisenstadt / Samantha Martin
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416-696-9900 ext. 36 /24
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ABOUT TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®
TWO MEN AND A TRUCK®, in business for nearly 30 years, currently operates in the United States, Canada, Ireland & the UK with over 260 locations and 1,600 moving trucks. In 2005, Heron Capital Corporation, one of the Heron Group of Companies, secured the Canadian Master Franchise rights. The company has a 96 per cent customer referral rating and 21 Canadian franchises. Visit www.twomenandatruck.ca.
SOURCE: Two Men and a Truck
For further information: David Eisenstadt / Samantha Martin, tcgpr (The Communications Group Inc.), 416-696-9900 ext. 36 / 24, email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org