Local & Long Distance Moving Companies in Tulsa, OK


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MC: 547090

On Time Moving & Storage
Tulsa OK moving quotes, Our company has been in operation since 1997 and several of our staff members have been in the moving business for over 20yrs. ...

US DOT: 2564827

MC: 895469

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...

US DOT: 2109775

MC: 735596

Prime Storage Systems Inc.
Movers Tulsa Oklahoma, Moving to Hawaii or moving from Hawaii can be just as easy as one, two, three, it all depends on which relocation service you...

US DOT: 1886547

Intra: 006388027C

MC: 679771

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...

US DOT: 1434373

MC: 681534

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

US DOT: 3060928

Intra: C3646

MC: 55206

The Fire Men Moving Co.
The Firemen Moving Co. has been professionally moving residential and commercial properties since 1992. With over 20 years of experience, owner Neal...

US DOT: 3138126

MC: 97376

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

US DOT: 1302391

MC: 504508

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

US DOT: 1978660

MC: 699570

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

US DOT: 1826833

MC: 662744

City Moving
Moving company Tulsa, GP Movers offer the best moving services around. You can have a team of professional and highly skilled movers backing your move...

US DOT: 82866

MC: 29910

U-Pack Moving
Tulsa Oklahoma long distance moving, ABF U-Pack Moving was launched nationwide on October 1, 1997 by ABF Freight System, Inc. U-Pack has beco...

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MC: 79658

Alaska Terminals, Inc.
Alaska Terminals, Inc. is based in beautiful Anchorage, Alaska with branch offices in Fairbanks, Alaska as well as in Seattle, Washington. For the...

US DOT: 1930177

MC: 690093

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...

US DOT: 76235

MC: 15735

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

Tulsa, Oklahoma

For those of you seeking an electric atomosphere, moving to Tulsa is for you. For many years, Tulsa’s oil dominated the City’s economy but wisely, some major diversification has occurred including the creation of new sectors such as Aerospace, Information Technology, Finance and Telecommunications. The Tulsa Port of Catoosa makes the City the nation’s extreme inland seaport, while American Airlines have become a major employer through their massive maintenance and engineering facility at Tulsa International Airport. In 2006, Forbes magazine rated Tulsa as one of the best cities to do business with and placed the city in second place in the nation in terms of income growth. Economic improvement continues with Tulsa’s housing trends showing median rental increases tracking 6 percent in 2010.

The land area known today as Tulsa was originally part of native Indian Territory, where it was named "Tallasi," which means “old town” in the Creek Indian language. “Tulsa” was the name chosen when the town was incorporated in January 1898. Tulsa’s first oil well was in operation by 1901 and then came the discovery of the large Glenn Pool nearby which in turn triggered a rush of new businesses. By 1930, the city’s population had topped 140,000. Tulsa's nickname was “Oil Capital of the World” throughout the 20th century. The presence of energy industry wealth largely shielded the city’s economy throughout the Great Depression. However, the local economy did not hold out quite so well in 1982, when a freefall in gas prices combined with a mass exodus of oil industry firms caused a severe recession that would take a decade to pull through. This recovery was largely aided by a conscious City decision to explore economic sectors unrelated to oil and energy. By 2003, voters had approved the “Vision 2025” program that is revitalizing Tulsa’s tourism infrastructure. The BOK multi-purpose center commissioned in August 2008 continues to be the spur of this new development.

The City of Tulsa is located on the northeastern side of Oklahoma State and is a particularly attractive and vibrant city, full of 1920s Art-Deco architecture interspersed with stylish, modern buildings. There are many popular tourist attractions too, including Tulsa Zoo which rates as one of the most popular tourist destinations of all. You will also find Bells Amusement Park, a traditional theme park that features a historic wooden roller coaster ride. Looking for something real cool? Try Tulsa’s Big Splash Water Park which features a large wave pool and seven-story high water slides. If you are looking for sporting action, check out the All Star Sports Complex, which provides a variety of sports activities including League Baseball games. The more energetic appreciate the River Parks with their 20 miles of scenic trails winding through the Tulsa river frontage. More sedate popular tourist attractions include the Tulsa Garden Center with regular horticultural exhibitions. For more information on Tulsa’s scenic attractions, click on Tulsa Tourist Attractions and Tulsa Landmarks.


Interesting Facts:

  • Tulsa is the 46th largest city in the United States and the 93rd largest city in North America.
  • More than 3.25 million passengers make use of Tulsa International Airport each year with a daily departure rate of 6,700 travelers.
  • Per capita, Tulsa has more street-corner convenience stores than any other U. S. city.
  • City planners laid out the streets that run north-south in a meaningful way: using Main Street as the dividing line, streets west of Main are alphabetically named after cities west of the Mississippi, while streets on the eastern side of Main are alphabetically named after cities east of the Mississippi. No way to lose your way in Tulsa.