2020 is an interesting year for the whole world with the global COVID-19 pandemic, government shutdowns and economic changes.
In spite of it all, people continue to move and seek us out for these life transitions.
We were honored to have been a finalist for the Business Excellence Award by the Summit Chamber of Commerce. We are grateful to be a part of such an incredible business community in Summit and seek to deliver excellent service to all our clients.
We were also featured in the Summit Daily for our initiative in helping move outdoor table from A Basin to local businesses in Silverthorne.
2019 was another year of rapid growth for Peak to Peak Movers. There are many new builds in Summit County, both residentially and commercially.
We had the opportunity to work with many Summit County non-profits/government offices such as Colorado Education Association, Summit Combined Housing Authority, FIRC, as well as some finish up work for the Summit School District.
Peak to Peak had zero injuries/work comp claims on the job creating a safe work environment.
We doubled revenue from 2018.
We moved people to all 4 corners of the country: Vermont, Florida, Washington, and Arizona as well as Hawaii.
Jumping forward into 2018 Peak to Peak Movers was still seeing a rapid increase in business as well as customer testimonials proving even further that the core values of the business were pressing forward.
In April 2018 Peak to Peak Movers was awarded a $10k business development grant from the town of Silverthorne, CO in order to help sustain job growth and development here in the community. We enjoy being a part of this community and are honored to have received these awards. Thank you Summit County!
2017 was a great year for Peak to Peak Movers.
While rapidly growing we were able to maintain a firm belief in our core values enabling us to maintain long term customer and build local ties within the community.
For 2017 Peak to Peak Movers was the runner up for the Small Business of the Year Startup here in Summit County.