February 21, 2011 – ALEXANDRIA, VA – Crowning Touch Senior Moving Services of Roanoke, Va. is the winner of the inaugural Enterprise Award, presented by the American Moving & Storage Association (AMSA) to an outstanding smaller, independent mover.
The Enterprise Award reflects AMSA’s and the industry’s commitment to recognizing outstanding performance among small, independent movers, which can be demonstrated in a variety of ways, including community service, employee relations, innovative operations and/or exceptional customer service practices. It honors AMSA mover members with less than $3 million in annual gross revenues and fewer than 25 employees. The recipient is selected by a panel of industry experts.
Crowning Touch offers innovative services developed for the senior community while maintaining exemplary relationships with clients and employees. Starting in 1996, Crowning Touch began catering to the specific needs of the high-growth senior citizen market. With prompt, polite service and an experienced staff, Crowning Touch has introduced a high level of service and care for older Americans on the move, including auction and consignment services. The company offers both local and interstate moving.
“Congratulations to Crowning Touch and its president, Linda Balentine, said AMSA President and CEO Linda Bauer Darr. “This company has set high standards and I’m delighted to see a member as innovative as this get such recognition.” The company has also earned the right to participate in AMSA’s ProMover program, which helps consumers easily identify a quality, professional mover.
Each year AMSA recognizes the best performing and highest achieving individuals and companies in the industry. The awards program receives many impressive nominations reflecting the dedication and diversity of the sector. Recipients have made significant contributions and enhanced the image of the moving and storage industry through hard work, dedication to customer service, and commitment to quality practices.
All awards will be presented during AMSA’s 2011 Education Conference & Expo in Jacksonville, Florida from March 6-9.