As we unbelievably wind down 2021 and enter into this season of thanks, we’re really, really thankful that all of y’all collect so much trash and junk. No, seriously!
But it’s really your urge to purge that we’re most thankful for. And we’re glad to solve your clutter problems, one truckload at a time.
We’re also thankful that you’re reading Talkin’ Trash, Trash & Stash’ official monthly e-newsletter designed to keep stakeholders, loyal customers and the community informed about your favorite Fort Mill-area junk removal, moving help and microstorage service. According to our newsletter platform Mailchimp, the October edition of Talkin’ Trash experienced a 62 percent open rate, far exceeding the average open rate of 20 percent.
Again, thank you. We hope that this content is resonating – and remember that we’re always open to ideas, so please don’t hesitate to send feedback by going to our contact us page.
Now, back to your upcoming residential or business move – or that junk you need to get rid of before your in-laws visit for the winter holidays. You will thank us for taking care of it courteously, professionally and affordably. You’ll also be thankful that you’re on the road to decluttering your busy lives. And we’ll be thankful for you helping our business grow and for fostering relationships.
That being said, if you want to hold onto some cherished items, but don’t have the space anymore, we can help you with that too.
As mentioned in October’s newsletter, the fast-approaching holidays and beginning of a New Year fresh with resolutions are optimal times/reasons to utilize Trash & Stash’s microstorage service.
To break it down simply, our microstorage allows you to store your stuff offsite at our facility. You pack your stuff in our special crates (pictured above), we haul it away – and when you need it back, just give us a buzz, and we’ll deliver to your doorstep. Santa will be jealous.
For more details about microstorage click here.
Once again, thank you sincerely for your patronage and please have a happy Thanksgiving.
Let’s make it a November to remember.
Cameron Ungar, Owner, Trash & Stash, Inc.
In honor of Thanksgiving and in the spirt of giving back, we’ve extended our GIVE & SAVE offer through November. Donate $25 or more to our charitable partner the Isabella Santos Foundation and get 10 percent discount on junk removal or moving help (up to $100 off). Click the blue button above and help boost pediatric cancer survival rates.
ICYM (In Case You Missed It): How to Chillax Before Moving Day
We know that moving to a new crib can be exciting, and a chore – and it triggers many stressors, emotional, physical and mental. To help mitigate that stress, we lined up a panel of four local wellness experts to take a deep dive into strategies that will ensure you’re the best you can be when moving day rolls around.
In this roundtable-style conversation, you’ll meet (pictured from left to right) Nicole Riena, Mindset Coaching for Heroes, Dr. Parker Ward, Weddington Chiropractic Wellness Center, Mackenzie Morrow, Mackenzie Muscle LLC, and Rod Greene, The Perfect Touch Mobile Massage. Be sure to check out Trash & Stash’s second-ever Virtual Roundtable discussion here.
Word of Mouth
We don’t want to get the big heads around here, but some of our customers are making us blush with effusive praise.
Check out this rave review by customer Karen Murphy:
“We had an excellent experience using Trash & Stash for a work event. They helped move furniture out and then back in so allow space we needed. The entire process was so easy. I appreciated their professionalism and quick responses. Would highly recommend.”
Blog Preview: Stashy's Comparison Shopping
We’re biased, of course, but we think Trash & Stash delivers on its service promise without breaking your bank. It’s a value proposition.
And you’ll know exactly what you’re paying when we haul away your stuff or provide moving help because we always give you a quote. But what about those other guys and gals?
In an upcoming blog post scheduled to drop on www.trashandstash.com, our trusty mustachioed mascot, Stashy, the trash panda, is on a mission to do some comparison shopping with the competition and see how we stack up. You won’t want to miss this piece of gumshoe reporting…stay tuned!