Collierville moving company bases business on values

My Town Movers recently received the Spirit of Collierville Award during the 2018 Collierville Chamber of Commerce Awards Gala. PICTURED: Front row, from left, are Emily Endraske, Kalie Burleson and Preston Burleson. Back row, from left, are Chad Robinson, Noel Fenderson, Chris Winchell, Adam Parks and Richard McClure. Courtesy photo.

My Town Movers recently received the Spirit of Collierville Award during the 2018 Collierville Chamber of Commerce Awards Gala. PICTURED: Front row, from left, are Emily Endraske, Kalie Burleson and Preston Burleson. Back row, from left, are Chad Robinson, Noel Fenderson, Chris Winchell, Adam Parks and Richard McClure. Courtesy photo.

w-bex-2018-03-08-my-town-movers-logo-250pxMy Town Movers opened in Collierville five years ago and since then the “values-based” moving company has grown its staff to 25 employees, created a nonprofit arm to serve the needs of local Mid-South communities and recently received the Spirit of Collierville Award.

Owned by Noel Fenderson, Preston Burleson and Chris Winchell, My Town Movers is poised for additional growth and expansion in Shelby County. The owners recently talked to us about what makes their business special.

What are some of the things that make your company stand out?

It is values based with a customer-centric focus and has a Business As Mission model. The nonprofit arm that is 501© 3, My Town Miracles, was launched in 2015 by My Town Movers’ owners to even further serve the needs of the local communities.

What are some of the services you offer that other moving companies don’t offer?

Having moved thousands of households, My Town Movers knows what a successful move looks like: No damaged or broken belongings, a respectful moving crew and no hidden charges.

In turn, My Town Movers offers its client a four-step plan to get their life back to normal and avoid the chaos of moving.

Furthermore, understanding how important trust is when choosing a mover, My Town Movers makes six promises to the client on every move. Each of these details are outlined at MyTownMovers.com.

What makes Collierville a good location for My Town Movers?

Based in the Town of Collierville just off U.S. 72 and Poplar Avenue, My Town Movers is actively engaged in the business sector, supporting Collierville schools, local nonprofits and youth sports teams.

Additionally, My Town Movers encourages its employees to engage themselves into local leadership opportunities that align with their skill sets to include numerous area ministries and causes near to their hearts and values.

With the continued growth and influx of new families and businesses into the area, My Town Movers is poised for additional growth and expansion. Collierville is where the owners live, work, play, worship and build community.

What are some awards that My Town Movers has received over the years?

2017: Spirit of Collierville Award, presented to My Town Movers by the Collierville Chamber of Commerce

2016: Entrepreneur of the Year Award, presented to My Town Movers by the Collierville Chamber of Commerce

2016: Noel, Preston and Chris featured in “Young Memphis” of Crossroads Memphis, a publication of Greater Memphis Chamber of Commerce

What is your level of community involvement?

My Town Movers maintains an active commitment to support the local Collierville area and surrounding communities, including graduates of Leadership Collierville for 2016 and 2017 and summer 2018; coaching for youth sports; the start and operation of the Ministry for Community Leaders that meets weekly at My Town Movers office, the status of owner Noel as an active Collierville Reserve Police Officer and the owners’ service on various boards of directors.

My Town Movers also supports Collierville Schools, Page Robbins Adult Day Center, Bible Museum on the Square, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Toys for Tots, Boys and Girls Club of Greater Memphis, Make-A-Wish, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and Dorothy Day House for Homeless Families, as well as serves as a partner to Move For Hunger.

My Town Miracles collaborates with area organizations/businesses and nonprofits (Chick-fil-A Mid-South, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Memphis, Memphis Athletic Ministries in North/South Memphis and Red Zone Ministries in Orange Mound, among others) as it serves both individuals and families throughout the area in need of assistance during difficult seasons of life. www.MyTownMiracles.org

Richard McClure is the community relations director for My Town Movers and serves on the advisory board for My Town Miracles. He can be reached at (901) 896-TOWN (8696), rich@mytownmovers.com or rich@mytownmiracles.org.


GRAHAM SWEENEY is the editor of the Shelby Sun Times and the Collierville Independent. Contact him at graham.sweeney@journalinc.com.