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Veterans await order to attack Tent City!

untitled_20150313-231755_1.pngThe homeless camp called Tent City has been vacated after the city of Gainesville, Florida evicted its occupants. However the residents left a lot behind, including tents, clothes, bottles and miscellaneous trash that make the once beautiful wooded area look like a dump site.

Interestingly, the City asked the property Owner to allow the homeless to stay on the property while a new homeless facility was being developed. The new facility is now populated, Tent City is vacated and who pays is being debated. The City feels the Property Owner should pay for the clean up, the Property Owner feels the City is liable. In any event the clean up is imminent.

Meanwhile Veteran's advocate Gregory Sledge, Owner of Veterans Moving Help a nationwide moving labor company that hires Veterans recognized the Tent City cleanup as an opportunity to put local Veterans to work. Mr. Sledge contacted the City and the Property Owner. He pleaded his case of awarding the job to the Veterans. He proposed that the Veterans would clean up the area at a lower price than anyone AND do a better job! He promised that his platoon of 20-30 Veterans would systematically root out and obliterate all trash!

"Its a definite win, win situation" He says. " We put our deserving Veterans to work, they make money and get a huge morale boost from the comradery of working together. Putting 20 to 30 handpicked mission oriented Veterans in the woods guarantees the City a successful result!"

While the City debates, the Veterans await.


Veterans Moving Help is now hiring! To apply please visit our website









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In a Miraculous Reversal of Fortune, Veterans Moving Help’s Founder Gregory Sledge goes from Being a Homeless Veteran to Owning Business that is Now Hiring Veterans Veterans Moving Help consists of US Military Veterans who provide loading and unloading services for customers with rental trucks or containers. The Movers provide nationwide moving labor services. “Without the support of the Veterans Administration, none of this would be possible. They were genuinely concerned and provided timely assistance and programs that have been instrumental in my success” says Mr. Sledge. He expresses gratitude to the Veterans Administration’s transitional housing program that gave him a place to live after the downsizing of his company forced him into homelessness. Homeless Veterans are provided a clean safe place to live while they rebuild their lives. Each Veteran is assigned a case Manager whom individually plots a course to help the Veteran regain his place in society. The department of Veterans Affairs also provided Mr. Sledge with business management training through its VRAP (Veterans Retraining Assistance Program). He was able to parlay the formal business training with his connections and experience in the moving labor industry to found Veterans Moving Help. The public has embraced Veterans Moving Help and they are now hiring! They are seeking U.S. military Veterans that are experienced Movers. These jobs consist of loading/unloading, packing/unpacking of rental trucks to include Budget, Penske and UHaul and moving trailers and containers such as ABF and PODS. Furniture moving experience is a must. Veterans Moving Help sincerely thanks President Barack Obama and First lady Michelle Obama for their tireless support of Veterans.


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