Local & Long Distance Moving Companies in Oklahoma City, OK


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Prime Storage Systems Inc.
Oklahoma City OK moving quotes, Moving to Hawaii or moving from Hawaii can be just as easy as one, two, three, it all depends on which relocation se...

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Big Ben's Moving & Storage Inc.
Big Ben’s was created with a commitment to provide the finest, most exclusive packing, moving, unpacking and set-up, for the most luxurious homes and...

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On Time Moving & Storage
Movers Oklahoma City Oklahoma, Our company has been in operation since 1997 and several of our staff members have been in the moving business for over ...

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

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Colonial Van Lines Inc.
Moving companies Oklahoma City OK, When you hire a long-distance moving company, you want to rest assured that the team you’ve chosen has the skills a...

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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...

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Jackson Movers LLC
Oklahoma City OK moving companies, Jackson Movers is a locally owned and operated moving and storage company in Dallas, TX. We move and relocate residen...

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Hood Moving & Relocation
Oklahoma City Oklahoma movers, At "A Moving Around" we understand the importance of moving not just furniture but the family as well. This major decisio...

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

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24 7 Logistic Services
Moving company Oklahoma City, 24/7 Logistic Services LLC offers a wide range of moving services for every life situation and your individual needs. ...

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City Moving
Oklahoma City Oklahoma long distance moving, GP Movers offer the best moving services around. You can have a team of professional and highly skilled m...

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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,...

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John Ferguson Moving & Storage LLC
Here at John Ferguson Moving & Storage, we are proud to be a locally owned moving and storage company. We take great pride in accommodating your...

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TX Moving And Storage LLC
Oklahoma City moving companies, After all, transporting your valuables from one state to another is one of the main concerns in planning your move. ...

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The Fire Men Moving Co.
Oklahoma City OK moving quotes, The Firemen Moving Co. has been professionally moving residential and commercial properties since 1992. With over 20 ye...

Oklahoma, Oklahoma City

As Oklahoma State Capital and ranking 31st among US Cities in terms of population, Oklahoma City has a metropolitan population in excess 1.2 million people. Those moving to Oklahoma City will discover a diverse array of light and heavy industries, oil, natural gas, impressive livestock markets and several important federal government offices, not to mention an impressive “who’s who” list of banking and financial giants. Two Fortune 500 companies are headquartered in the city, namely Devon and Chesapeake Energy Corporations, with the former currently building a 900-foot tall new skyscraper as its new headquarters in downtown Oklahoma City. According to the City’s Chamber of Commerce the metro area’s economic output grew by an impressive 33% between 2001 and 2005 due mainly to economic diversification. You may want to consider moving to Oklahoma City when you learn that the city was regarded by Forbes magazine as the “most recession proof city in America” back in 2008. Oklahoma City also boasts one of the strongest housing markets in the country.

After the “Land Run” in 1889 some 10,000 homesteaders quickly settled in an area that was to become Oklahoma City. The town doubled its population between 1890 and 1900 and when admission to the Union came about in 1907, “OKC” as Oklahoma City affectionately became known had surpassed Guthrie as the territorial capital. In 1928 oil was discovered within the city limits (including directly under the City) and this led to the development of the oil industry. Before the outbreak of World War 2, Oklahoma City had developed major stockyards. The post-war period saw further developments as Oklahoma City became a major hub on the Interstate Highway System with several state highways converging on the city. In the 1970s, the inner-city population started to decline with the development of newer housing in the suburban areas. In 1993 the Metropolitan Area Project was approved with the aim of rebuilding the core city. A new baseball park, a central library, renovations to the civic center, a convention center and fairgrounds were among the first beneficiaries of the plan. The on going successful implementation of Metropolitan Area Project has resulted in a healthy upswing in downtown housing, with an associated increase in residential amenities such as shopping centers.

Whether you are planning moving permanently to Oklahoma City or just planning a visit there, you will find over 50 attractions that make for a legendary experience. The Myriad Botanical Gardens are a “must see”, then there is the sight sound and smell of the Old West in Stockyards City too. You can watch horse races at Remington, or go out and re-live the frontier town experience when you visit the Frontier City Theme Park, which includes a re-enactment of the gunfight at OK corral. Don’t forget the thrilling roller coaster ride either. Today the Oklahoma City National Memorial and the Memorial for the Prevention of Terrorism stand proudly on the site that once housed the Murrah Building, tragically destroyed in a bomb blast in 1995 claiming 168 lives. Since opening in the year 2000, the museum and memorial have hosted more than 3 million visitors.


Interesting Facts:

  • Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma City is the second largest military air depot in the USA.
  • Oklahoma City boasts two notable “firsts," the shopping cart and the parking meter!
  • In the 1960s, an ambitious plan to build a gigantic shopping mall called “The Galleria” was launched but never reached finalization. The only reminder of it today is a parking garage that was completed either.
  • The building at 23rd and Lincoln is the only one in America built over an oil well.