Moving Companies Louisiana, Moving Quotes LA

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Premier Van Lines International
LA movers, Founded in 1992, Premier Van Lines International is one of Americas leading relocation companies which specialize in international moves. We are...

US DOT: 3662762

MC: 1266993

Premier Van Lines International

Colonial Van Lines Inc.
When you hire a long-distance moving company, you want to rest assured that the team you’ve chosen has the skills and convictions you need to trust...

US DOT: 1434373

MC: 681534

Colonial Van Lines Inc.

Come and Take It Moving
Come and Take It Moving and Storage is the mover you can count on to transport your belongings safely and efficiently. We are based in Central Texas...

US DOT: 2394814

Intra: 006725534C

MC: 832177

Come and Take It Moving

Hood Moving & Relocation
At "A Moving Around" we understand the importance of moving not just furniture but the family as well. This major decision must not be taken lightly....

US DOT: 1302391

MC: 504508

Hood Moving & Relocation

City Moving
Relocation quotes, GP Movers offer the best moving services around. You can have a team of professional and highly skilled movers backing your move when you choose GP...

US DOT: 1826833

MC: 662744

City Moving

U-Pack Moving
ABF U-Pack Moving was launched nationwide on October 1, 1997 by ABF Freight System, Inc. U-Pack has become an extremely popular choice for...

US DOT: 82866

MC: 29910

U-Pack Moving

United Transportation Moving & Storage
Moving companies Louisiana, Interstate movement of household goods and personal possessions takes the coordinated effort of professional team. United Transportation Moving and...

US DOT: 1978660

MC: 699570

United Transportation Moving & Storage

Allied & North American Van Lines
Allied & North American Van Lines has over 85 years of experience and has built one of the largest moving networks in the world to service consumers,...

US DOT: 76235

MC: 15735

Allied & North American Van Lines

All My Sons Moving & Storage of Baton Rouge, LLC
We are committed to our customers' satisfaction. Our highly-trained professionals make your moving experience as pleasant and hassle-free as...

Intra: 7508-A

All My Sons Moving & Storage of Baton Rouge, LLC

Hawaiian Shipping
Here at Hawaiian Shippers, we understand the sensitive and delicate nature of trusting someone to move your most valuable possessions. This is why we...

US DOT: 1208629

MC: 480787

Hawaiian Shipping

HireAHelper
HireAHelper has worked more than 10 years curating the best movers from around the country, which means we have the highest quality movers you can...

US DOT: 3214531

MC: 1004629

HireAHelper

American Knights Moving
American Knights Moving & Storage is a U.S. based moving company offering the highest relocation service standards at the most competitive rates in...

US DOT: 1977907

Intra: 006805624C

MC: 940017

American Knights Moving

Alaska Terminals, Inc.
Louisiana movers, Since opening our doors for business back in 1981, Alaska Terminals has been associated with a high level of quality and professionalism. That’s...

US DOT: 125550

MC: 79658

Alaska Terminals, Inc.

MiniMoves Inc.
MiniMoves is America's only national moving furniture company uniquely focused on helping people move small shipments locally, state-to-state and to...

US DOT: 526036

MC: 268180

MiniMoves Inc.

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Moving to Louisiana
For the people who have never stepped foot in Louisiana, the only ways we have familiarized ourselves with the southern state are with newscasts and T.V. shows. New Orleans was a great place to party, to go to school or take a vacation. That was until about five years ago, we saw footage from the safety of our living rooms of Hurricane Katrina, which happened to become one of the worst hurricanes ever recorded in the history of the U.S. The Federal Government was criticized for its late and not relinquishing all of our resources to the citizens in the Gulf in New Orleans, Mississippi, and Louisiana. Recalling a recent episode of "No Reservations" on the Travel Channel, when host and American chef Anthony Bourdain went to visit to land of resilience where most of the people haven't left even if they have been given a chance to abandon their homes. There were complete abandoned areas where living could no longer take place. But in most parts, people were still fishing, rebuilding, cooking, painting, working and doing what they could to keep the state going. Bourdain pointed out that these services are here and that they are waiting for tourists and new residents to come back to New Orleans and the state of Louisiana. They don't need pity; they still have their pride but desperately tourists to keep their economy going. Louisiana is still all about jazz, Cajun food, fishing, hunting, Mardi Gras, swamping and so much more.

Capital City: Louisiana's capital city is Baton Rouge, where more than 227, 800 people live. It sits on the banks of the Mississippi River meaning "Red Stick," in French after the tall cypress pole smeared in animal blood that Pierre le Moyne discovered in 1699. Baton Rouge is 300 years old and is full of history. On the other hand, Baton Rouge has been recognized by visitors and locals as a great place for young people. Mostly, because of the rising visual arts scene, vivacious downtown area, Mardi Gras celebrations and widely celebrated college sports teams.

Population: There are nearly 4.410,795 people living in the state of Louisiana. There have been an increasing number of people moving to Louisiana. This push of people embracing the southern state has brought tremendous business to Louisiana moving companies.

Local Activities: In Louisiana, it is all about embracing local customs and practices such as eating crawfish, gumbo and jambalaya; listening to Zydeco, Cajun-French music, and traditional Jazz; as well as partaking in local sports such as fishing and hunting.

Economy: Louisiana's economy is propelled by the production of minerals, oil, natural gas, petroleum refining, tourism, forestry, agriculture and food processing, shipbuilding and general manufacturing.

State Bird: The state bird is the brown pelican.

State Tree: The state tree is the bald cypress.

State Flower: The magnolia tree is the state tree signified by its large, creamy-white petals.

State Song: The official song is "Give me Louisiana" that was written by Doralise Fontane.

Louisiana - Interesting Facts:
  • Mardi Gras is famously celebrated in the French quarters of Louisiana. Mardi Gras is French for "Fat Tuesday" and traditionally entails eating as much fatty food as you can before fasting for Lent. Even though it's celebrated elsewhere, it has been heavily incorporated into the traditions of the state.

  • Breaux Bridge, Louisiana is known as the "Crawfish Capital of the World."

  • Louisiana with a large population of Cajuns, descendants of the Acadians who left Canada by force because they wouldn't follow the King of England.

Louisiana - Famous People:
Many famous people were born and raised in Louisiana or reside there today.

The comedian Ellen DeGeneres is from Metairie and the writer Truman Capote is from New Orleans. The trumpet player Louis Armstrong and the American singer, actor, composer and pianist Harry Connick, Jr. are also from Louisiana.

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