How to Ship an Electric Guitar

Worried about shipping your 1961 Strat-o-Caster to a hipster across the United States?” Nonetheless, it’s time to time to let your baby go onto his next owner. Whether it’s a wife-madated gorge clean out, where “there’s just no room in her for that guitar!” the decision has been made. But wait – you’ve just discovered the Read more about How to Ship an Electric Guitar[…]

How to Ship an Easter Ham

As the Easter holiday nears, your family is likely planning a traditional feast, including that all-important ham. But where you were limited to purchasing local or franchised porcine products in the past, online shipping now allows you to have the ham of your choice delivered to the front door, be it a customary Virginia or Read more about How to Ship an Easter Ham[…]

How to Ship a Classic Car

You’ve put your heart and soul into restoring your classic car to its original glory, investing a lot of your time and money to get it just right. But now that it’s time to transport your automotive gem, it just doesn’t seem right to hand the keys to a total stranger and wave goodbye. Your Read more about How to Ship a Classic Car[…]

David Zimmerman: CitizenShipper Newcomer Making Strides

Last December, David Zimmerman joined the ranks of CitizenShipper drivers, specializing in pet transport. In the next seven weeks, he completed eight shipments and recently stepped up to help deliver a puppy that was marooned in an Indiana kennel. Zimmerman took some time to speak with us about his new career in online shipping. Q. Read more about David Zimmerman: CitizenShipper Newcomer Making Strides[…]

How to Ship a Dog

Shipping your beloved canine can be a nerve-racking event, but proper planning as well as choosing the right driver will put your mind at ease. Properly shipping a dog should be seen as a two-step process – first, training your pup, then preparing your driver for the trip ahead. Preparing your dog for transport – whether Read more about How to Ship a Dog[…]

Fort Lauderdale Moving — A Family Tradition

For Gary Muraco, Jr., the shipping business is in his blood.   His father, Gary Muraco, Sr., worked for moving companies his entire adult life, but chose to put out his own shingle in 1999.   Muraco, Jr., joined his dad and has been a partner in Fort Lauderdale Moving since 2007.   The elder Read more about Fort Lauderdale Moving — A Family Tradition[…]

CitizenShipper’s Driver of the Month

  For driver Julianna Bond, the freedom of the road has been calling for eight years. “I started delivering car parts long distance and found I love driving and not having anyone over my back,” she said. “It was a little pleasure that turned into something big.” Based in Phoenix, Ar., Julianna has won six Read more about CitizenShipper’s Driver of the Month[…]