Movers.com is a relocation portal established in 1994. We are the leaders in free moving quotes, relocation videos and advice as well as helpful moving tips.
With a network of over 500 movers, 30+ years of experience in the moving industry and 15 years online, it’s no wonder that we’re the top source for all your moving needs.
Movers.com carefully screens all of our movers before they are allowed to join our prestigious network, and we only work with reputable, reliable moving companies - not brokers or resellers.
We are proud to be a member of the American Moving and Storage Association (AMSA) as well as the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
Our team is currently comprised of…
Monica DuFour is a writer who currently resides in Edison, NJ. She graduated from William Paterson University in 2015 with a bachelor's degree in Communications. She has written articles ranging from environmental issues to pop culture. Along with writing, Monica enjoys photography and has had her images published in two books. In her free time, she volunteers at a wildlife rehabilitation center. When she isn't working, she enjoys binge watching shows on Netflix and baking.
Michael E. Fromm
Michael E. Fromm has had a passion and a drive to be a part of coordinating and marketing events, people and brands for quite some time. He is known as a Jack-of-all-trades, implementing copywriting, computer, html, social media, campaign management software, graphic design, photography, and video production skills, among others. Michael graduated from Rowan University with two Bachelor of Arts degrees, one in Public Relations and one in Film/Television production. In his downtime, Michael is an avid film buff and passionate creative writer, working on screenplays, short stories, novels, poetry, and blogs.
Amy Meerovich grew up in Somerset, New Jersey and got her degree in Journalism and Media Studies from Rutgers University. She has experience working everywhere from media marketing to the fashion industry. She is a pop culture junkie and in her (not so) free time she instructs the color guard at South Plainfield High School.