News & Events from Kitchener-Waterloo Movers

November 30, 2011

Westmount Waterloo hosts Open House!

By: Heather @ 5:41 pm

On Monday November 28th, our Waterloo movers hosted an open house to showcase our storage facility and moving operation. The theme of the open house was “Moving Forward with Confidence.” We were very proud and excited to have as our guest speakers Mr. Vic Degutis, President of the Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest, Mr. Alan Quarry, CEO of Quarry Integrated Communications and Senator Larry Smith. The speakers each focused on how they have “Moved Forward with Confidence” in their respective careers and fields.

We would like to express our gratitude to 570 news radio in Kitchener for their support of this event and for our MC, Glenn Pelletier. We also would like to thank the Canadian Music Competition and ten year old Allan Zhang and 15 year old Amadeusz Kazubowski-Houston, both from Waterloo, for performing for our guests.

Westmount Waterloo is proud to serve the communities of Waterloo, Kitchener, Cambridge, Guelph and surrounding areas and we were thrilled to meet many local leaders in these communities.

Filed under: Community,Events,News

November 25, 2011

Westmount Moving Welcomes two young musicians from the Canadian Music Competition

By: Heather @ 9:05 pm

At Westmount Moving’s Open House on November 28th, Westmount Moving is thrilled to have two young pianists from the Canadian Music Competition in attendance to play for our guests. 15 year old pianist Amadeusz Kazubowski-Houston, and 10 year old pianist Allan Zhang are both from Waterloo.

The Canadian Music Competition is a national organization working in the field of classical music with the goal of supporting and encouraging young Canadian performers. We are thrilled to support young talent from the Kitchener-Waterloo region!

Filed under: Community,Events,News

November 17, 2011

Winter Driving Safety

By: Heather @ 5:04 pm

Safety is an important concern for us as we are operating large trucks on the road. Following these important safety reminders will reduce accidents in the wintertime for both commercial drivers as well as everyone on the road:

  • Maintain your vehicle: inspection of tire treads and proper inflation is critical for traction and steering control in bad weather;
  • Beware of icy conditions as driving “too fast for the conditions” is a common cause of accidents;
  • Use headlights at all times to increase visibility; and
  • Increase your distance.

We wish everyone a safe winter driving season!