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Moving.com & Relocation Insurance Group Honored with AMSA Summit Award


February 15, 2017


Named Outstanding Suppliers to the Moving & Storage Industry

(Alexandria, VA) — Moving.com and Relocation Insurance Group of Montclair, N.J., have both been named winners of the 2016 Summit Award, presented annually by the American Moving & Storage Association to an outstanding industry supplier. The Summit Award is the moving industry's most prestigious supplier recognition as the recipient is selected directly from customer nominations.

Moving.com is part of Move, Inc., a leading provider of online real estate and moving services. Since 1999, Moving.com has been the recognized online leader of providing easy-to-use and effective resources and tools to help with local, long distance, auto and international moving needs. Moving.com serves as a partner on the AMSA Chairman's Circle, an elite group of industry suppliers that supports AMSA's initiatives through generous donations of their time, resources and creative input. In addition, Moving.com is a member of the AMSA Supplier Committee and powers the moving lead referral service on Moving.org.

"We are so excited and honored to be receiving this year's AMSA Summit Award," said Rory MacLeod, vice president of sales and business development for Moving.com. "The fact that this award is based on the nominations of our customers makes it that much sweeter. On behalf of the entire Moving.com team, thank you."

Relocation Insurance Group is a property and casualty insurance agency specializing in the relocation and transportation industries, licensed in all 50 states. Established in 2003, Relocation Insurance Group offers programs that provide coverage through a network of more than 4,000 affiliated relocation and transportation companies. In 2017, the company expects to write over 24,000 policies, with an insured value of over $600 million. Relocation Insurance Group is a major sponsor of AMSA's official charity, Move For Hunger.

"We are very honored to receive this award," said Gadi Binness, CEO of Relocation Insurance Group. "Our goal is to help moving and storage companies increase customer satisfaction while improving their bottom lines. This award is validation of our success in those pursuits."

"Congratulations to Moving.com and Relocation Insurance Group for this well-earned recognition of their excellence as suppliers in the moving and storage industry," said Scott Michael, AMSA president and CEO. "Moving.com has been an outstanding innovator, leading the way in connecting consumers with the best professional movers in the industry. Relocation Insurance Group has demonstrated strong leadership in supporting the industry and offering insurance protection for their customers' belongings."

The Summit Award reflects AMSA's and the industry's recognition of outstanding performance among suppliers that may be demonstrated through strong leadership, visionary thinking, customer service practices, and development of an innovative product or service. In addition, award recipients have engaged in actions to benefit consumers and the industry, enhance the image of the industry, and addressed a current and compelling social or economic issue. The winner is selected from nominations by a panel of AMSA members. More information about the AMSA Awards at ProMover.org/Awards.

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The American Moving & Storage Association, home of the ProMover certification program, is the national trade association representing the nation's moving and storage companies, which provide household goods moving services, specialized transportation for sensitive freight such as computers and trade show exhibits, and warehouse storage services. AMSA has approximately 4,000 members, including domestic and international companies and industry suppliers, and supports programs and activities that promote consumer protection, professional development, safety, and operational efficiency. Find out more at ProMover.org and Moving.org.