The Adventures of Boxman

No matter how daunting the task of moving is, the journey takes you to new places accompanied by new experiences and opportunities. Your neighborhood moving friend, Boxman, has been helping people move since 1945. The moving supply super hero has assisted countless moves all over North America and Canada, and over his journeys has visited many places. Check out the latest adventures of Boxman :

 

The Adventures of Boxman

Mount Rushmore– Maybe Boxman should be the next edition to the famous landmark after all the moves he has helped with. As one of the five most affordable states to live in, South Dakota has attracted many new residents with its 4th best unemployment rate and bang for your buck. Did you know that the first super graphic to be featured on the side of a moving truck was Mount Rushmore?

The Adventures of Boxman

Yellowstone National Park– Boxman has spotted a bison! The adventures of Boxman brings him to the largest land mammal in North America.

The Adventures of Boxman

Las Vegas, NV– Viva Las Vegas! Boxman took a trip up to the city of lights and took a picture in front of the famous sign.

The Adventures of Boxman

Rockchuck Peak– This picturesque mountain range is located in the Wyoming. Boxman took a break from the moving truck and got one with  nature.

The Adventures of Boxman

New Orleans, LA– Boxman traded U-Haul orange, for purple, green and gold. Mardi Gras comes once a year, and this year our helpful moving friend took a trip to the south to enjoy culture and festivities.

 

 

The Adventures of Boxman

Parliament building in Quebec City, Canada– Boxman has got some stamps on his passport! Did you know that in 1955, U-Haul expanded its services to the Unites States neighbor, Canada. Today, U-Haul International has locations stretching over 3,900 miles coast to coast.

Have you and Boxman traveled to a new destination? Comment in the section below. We would love to hear!

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