Moving Professional Reveals Secrets to Save Money Moving

Woodbury, NJ, December 20, 2007 --( At some point we all need to move, and it's one of those things most of us dread: the work, the stress, the cost. Not any longer. Mark Kibbe, an experienced moving professional, has written a book explaining the secrets to saving money and time, and reducing stress during the moving process.

Mark Kibbe compiled this handy moving guide from the hundreds of moving jobs he performed during his career. The 48-page book contains information on hiring hourly labor, choosing a transportation method that bests suits your needs, purchasing packing materials, and much more. The book, Save Money Moving, also contains charts and checklists to help organize and facilitate your move.

John Robinson comments: “With so many different moving options these days, when you consider renting trucks or pods or full service movers, it was a such a relief to find a single source to make sense of it all. The book provided me a list of options, outlined each one, and made the entire process bearable. I was able to compare costs and make decisions that were in my own best interest.”

Mark Kibbe says, “There is much more to moving than just carrying heavy furniture. The process starts weeks before the actual moving day and, though most people don’t realize it, the most important money-saving aspect of moving is organization. If you start planning and preparing for your move ahead of time, it makes all the difference.”

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Mark Kibbe is 36 years old and lives in Woodbury, NJ with his wife and son. The book can be found at

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