Community Highlight: Camelot Moving and Storage Supports the Boys & Girls Club of SCV

by | Nov 27, 2018 | Home & Garden

For nearly 30 years, Camelot Moving and Storage has helped the Boys & Girls Club of Santa Clarita Valley raise funds by donating complementary delivery services to the club’s annual fund-raising auctions. With a fleet of trucks and highly skilled personnel, Camelot encourages more and higher bids by addressing the concerns of bidders thinking, “If I win this auction, how am I going to get the item(s) home?!”
Camelot has provided free delivery services to the Boys & Girls Club’s winter event, the Festival of Trees, since its inception. At this event, families bid for Christmas trees that have been professionally shaped and decorated. Camelot ensures that each purchased tree, with every inch of tinsel, each glass ornament, and every sparkly snowflake, arrives safely, completely, and in tact to the buyer’s home.
Delivery of these trees is a painstaking process that would be quite a burden for the purchaser to handle. However, Camelot’s experienced crew is well equipped to handle the task. They have perfected the process over the years and are happy to use their experience and skill to help this organization raise funds in support of the community’s youth.
For more information, call 661-255-3112.


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