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Agent of the Month for Bekins Vanlines

It is with great honor, the team at White Glove Moving & Storage proudly accepts the award for Agent of the Month from Bekins Vanlines. In fact, this is the 4th time we have been bestowed the title. Since joining the Bekins family in 2016, we have been aligned with top notch professionals passing that extra expertise along to our customers of the Treasure Coast.  During and post covid, the country started to move at a faster pace than before. Thanks to the hard work and professionalism of our crews and our fellow Bekins team members, we were able to satisfy the requests of thousands of customers.

Headquartered in Vero Beach, FL, we are proud to operate over 50,000 square-feet of climate controlled warehouse space. As Treasure Coast movers,  White Glove is  a single source for all of our customers relocation needs. This includes:  packing, loading, and transportation of household goods for individual residents and their families – both locally and long distance – to corporate relocation of employees for large corporations. As another staple within the company, White Glove also does a robust commercial business relocating businesses and their office equipment as well as furniture, fixtures, and equipment for a variety of industries.

With over 350 agents nationwide, each with  their own drivers the  quality controls and commitment to excellence from Bekins is second to none.  As a result, the award is created by Bekins Van Lines to highlight agents that exemplifies founders John and Martin Bekins’ philosophy of putting customers first and the characteristics of quality, professionalism, empathy for customers, fellow agents, drivers and Bekins employees. Again, this is a wonderful testament to the dedication of our team.

Additionally, White Glove Moving & Storage has earned the distinction of ProMover with the American Moving & Storage Association earning numerous sales awards throughout the years as well as accolades from local realtor associations, chambers, Move for Hunger Agent of the Year for 2018 and the distinguished Torch Award for Business Ethics from the Better Business Bureau.

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moving tips during covid

Tips for Planning a Move During Covid

Moving Books for Kids of Various Ages

Without a doubt, moving can be quite stressful. In fact, most people fear packing the most because of years of accumulation. Yet, if you are moving with kids, or even if you are not, packing can be the best part. Mainly, it allows you a chance to get organized again. Better still, it allows you to figure out what you do and don’t need. Thereafter, it is likely someone else gets to benefit from the stuff you no longer want. Moreover as you sort you can reflect and that is always rewarding. However, for kids, this can be challenging depending on their age and attachment to the home. So, though there are lots of cool ways to get them focusing on the positive of a move, books can help do the rest.

Hence, White Glove Moving & Storage has come up with a read aloud featuring a number of great books to share with kids. Also, it is a great idea to purchase a book or two and together write how they are feeling in the covers of the books. Then, down the road you can take the books back out and read about their fears or excitement and evaluate how it worked out. Important to mention, should you hire a mover this summer, rest assured at White Glove we are adhering to all CDC protocol and are able to help you get into your new home safely.

Firstly, the Berenstein Bears Moving Day. As a fan of the series, this is an easy book with great images geared to children ten and under. As always, the message is wholesome and describes how change can be difficult yet typically not as bad as projected.


Purchase online here.

Next, another moving book geared towards elementary school aged or even toddlers is Tigger’s Moving Day. Of course, we all know and love Winnie the Pooh and all his pals; however, did you know how Tigger chose his tree house? Well, join Anna Valencia Tillery on this reading to see if it’s a good fit for your family.

Purchase this book here.

Another option, try I Like Where I Am. In this book, discover how tough change can be for a six year old boy yet how rewarding it can be too. As a bonus, this one is full of rhythms and great illustrations.

Purchase this book here.

Finally, for our first batch of moving books, this one is for girls or perhaps boys nine to fourteen. Written by Meg Cabot, this is a a witty book.  Most certainly, moving as you get a bit older can be challenging and in this first book of a series Allie Finkle tells it like is. Best part, your child can find a new character to learn and grow with since there are other books to follow.

Purchase the set of 6 books here.

In conclusion, it is likely you have your own questions about moving. Likely, you too are overwhelmed and feeling like you bit off too much as a parent with covid and the like. Yet, as Treasure Coast moving experts, you can count us to make it easier. Perhaps, you need some short term storage while you do some repairs in your new space? We do that.  Or, you want to get rid of a number of items after all. Not to worry, we can help with donation locations too. If you are planning a move, call your trusted community partners at White Glove to be an ongoing resource as you begin the process.

White Glove Moving During Covid-19

During these unprecedented times, White Glove Moving & Storage is proud to still offer top-notch moving during Covid-19.  Additionally, we provide packing, storage, delivery and installation services throughout Florida.  Furthermore, for those moving long distance we assist people and businesses relocating into or out of the Treasure Coast area.

That is to say, there are several steps we are taking to help ensure the safety of our employees, customers and their goods. Firstly, we have employee screenings prior to the start of each workday.  For instance, daily checking temperatures and asking questions about how staff are feeling and what exposure they may have had.  Certainly, this helps alleviate concerns customers have moving during Covid-19.

Secondly, we are asking pre-screening questions provided by the CDC to all our customers.  When? Both before a survey and their actual move day. As a result, that helps add a level of comfort to the staff as they leave our facility each morning.

Moving during covid-19

Thirdly, we made our sanitation kits more robust for each truck. Presently, these include gloves, masks, hand sanitizer along with disinfectant spray and wipes.  As a result, our movers wear these items while performing the moves when applicable.  Additionally, the sprays and wipes are used on hard surfaces throughout the day.  Lastly, the trucks are cleaned thoroughly each evening.

As an extra step, we were able to create a portable hand washing station for each Treasure Coast moving truck.  To clarify, these kits include: 3-gallon water filled hard plastic jugs with spigots, sanitizing liquid soap and c-fold towels. Most importantly, hand washing helps stop the spread for those moving during Covid-19.

To summarize, at White Glove Moving & Storage we are an essential service.  In the world at large, real estate transactions are still happening. Throughout our nation, people are  moving locally and into new states. Now more than ever, the need for a professional mover has risen.  For example, folks moving from Michigan to the Treasure Coast of Florida may have thought they’d pack themselves. With the current travel ban, as Treasure Coast movers, we now need to perform their full pack prior to moving day.  Another example,  is that firm hours of operation are in place for several homeowners’ associations. Hence, what we can do in a matter of hours would take regular people double the time. Moreover, renting a truck and trying to find labor for moving during covid-19 is difficult.  Of course, using used materials is unnecessary exposure as well.

In conclusion, with great rates in place and 50 full-time employees along with 15 trucks; we can make it happen.  To adapt, we are offering both in-home and virtual surveys . Plus, we love what we do and we would be honored to assist you. Best wishes to you and yours now and always.

Open for Business, Moving during the Corona Virus

At this time, White Glove Moving & Storage is open and moving during the corona virus. Though military relocations have been halted nationwide, residential moving is still happening.  By using extra screenings from state to state, fellow agents in the Bekins network, along with ourselves, moves are safely taking place. Locally, rest assured, we are observing precautionary measures as recommended by the CDC. This is to insure the safety of our customers and employees. Prior to the actual move taking place, a series of questions will be asked referencing international travel and potential symptoms. Assuming there has been no international travel or symptoms such as fever coupled with respiratory issues, one’s move will take place as scheduled.

It is our goal to be your go-to mover to help ensure the safety of your goods. Whether moving across the street, across the state or across the country, the professionals at White Glove  are here to help. As always, we provide a free in-home survey to address all the questions and concerns of our customers. Thereafter, we work closely with the individuals to ensure they are up to date on all logistics of their move. Some of the top requests include packing materials for those choosing to pack themselves. Also, change of dates when a closing of a home does not go according to plan or construction is not yet ready.

Since 2002, we have steadily been gaining loyal customers and we welcome the opportunity to assist in your upcoming move.  Additionally, our team is proud to be an A+ rated mover for residential and commercial entities throughout the region via the BBB.  In part, because of our ethics to customers, employees and our community. Locally, a number of events have been cancelled. Presently, all functions yielding over fifty people have  also been postponed; at least for the next eight weeks.  It is important that we all monitor the updates and regulations put forth by the center for disease control while also adhering to their suggestions. Fortunately, our team is able to provide top notch service in these sensitive times.  Additionally, we  will respectfully consider all reasonable requests made of our customers as a result. As proud Americans, we are confident this crisis will pass. May our spirits stay high and a sense of unity persist.To setup for your survey or confirm your upcoming move please call 772-778-4750.


3 Years of the Vero Premier Women’s Network

Three years ago, the Vero Premier Women’s Network was born.  Co-founders, VP of Marketing for White Glove, Anna Valencia Tillery and Cheryl Friar of the Florida Premier Women’s Network set forth to create a positive networking group.  From the beginning the rules were simple, “ladies only” fostering their ability to network and public speak.  Since the beginning, Regency Independent Living has been our sponsor venue.  This gorgeous retirement community can seat upwards of 80 ladies in its formal dining room. However, with renovations freshly complete, our growing group has been moved to the ballroom.  Now the space can seat up to 100 women comfortably.  Better still, the gorgeous salad and dessert bar will be in the room with the attendees for ease of serving and keeping the group together.


Over the years, White Glove Moving & Storage has been able to help support the Vero Premier Women’s Networt  by underwriting its hard costs such as website, name tags and signage. Additionally, the premier moving company allows Mrs. Valencia Tillery the ability to spend the time needed each month to promote the event, find speakers, handle reservations, update the website and host the luncheon each month.

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Like clockwork, the second Friday of each month, ladies start rolling in around 11:15 am. Guests mix and mingle, fill their glasses from the array of teas, infused waters and juices then make plates from an amazing spread. The culinary team at Regency wows the group each month with gorgeous toppings and delightful proteins like chicken, shrimp and salmon. Over a dozen dessert options are also presented. While guests dine, a female speaker presents highlighting topics ranging from personal development to business best practices and healthy habits.  Thereafter, each woman in attendance is able to give a 30 second commercial. These short public speaking moments allow them to promote themselves, special or event.  Once all have had a chance to participate, testimonials are then shared.  This is an opportunity to ladies to say something nice about their experiences with other ladies in the group. The positive messages are weaved in between door prizes that are brought into the meeting by guests so their business can be mentioned again.


After three years, attendance continues to grow and the Vero Premier Women’s Network members are able to continue to bond with one another. Regency continues to be our host venue and has been an intricate part in the overall success of the group.  Presently, the group also helps two local non-profits annually with tangible items they need to be a success. Thus far we have been able to assist: Little Birthday Angels, Gifford Youth Achievement Center, Feed the Lambs Enrichment Program and Next Gen Vets.

In conclusion, for recommendations on speakers or to be included in the monthly emails please contact


New White Glove Bekins Coordinator, Bruce Gold Joins Team.

White Glove Moving, Storage & Delivery is pleased to announce that third generation mover and longtime interstate moving aficionado, Bruce Gold, has joined the team as the Bekins Long Haul Coordinator. With years of experience, Mr. Gold was an ideal candidate for a position created around his expertise to be White Glove’s dedicated Bekins Coordinator.

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Initially, learning since 1969 in White Plains, NY, Bruce Gold has been perfecting the details  when it comes to interstate moving.  Having been a Wheaton agent since 2001, with his former companies in New York and Connecticut, Mr. Gold knows the systems well.  Additionally, he is a Certified Move Manager through our vanline partnership.  Better still, he has also been an accredited Certified Moving Consultant with American Moving and Storage Association (AMSA) for forty years.

 “When I saw how White Glove was run,  I chose instantly to be a part of it.  All the aspects of long distance moves from the customer service and communication to the dealings and recruiting of the drivers, to be able to be in charge of that experience on behalf of White Glove as the Bekins Coordinator; I love it.” ~Bruce Gold

To conclude, White Glove Moving, Storage & Delivery is in the top 25 of the 400+ agents representing Bekins/Wheaton/Stevens Van Lines.  Our team of A+  movers along with the new appointment of move coordinator are sure to help White Glove move up in ranking.  Therefore, continuing to be the “go-to” resource for those looking to relocate to or from the Treasure Coast of Florida.  To setup a complimentary survey please call 772-778-4750. Or visit online for checklists, testimonials, community involvement and more at

Lots to do throughout the Treasure Coast!

As a shock for some visitors, it may be a bit chilly in Florida’s Treasure Coast this time of year. Yet, it is the perfect excuse to grab a warm sweater or jacket and venture outside to soak up the warm sun while strolling through the fresh air.  As community partners, White Glove Moving, Storage & Delivery is proud to be able to help support a number of local events. Our participation varies, as a sponsor, attendee or promoter utilizing our local talk radio platforms to help spread the word.

Over the next several weeks, a few of our favorite options are highlighted here both indoors and out.  Having a special niche in fine art moving and storage,  we support art related events throughout the Treasure Coast area.

To begin, Thursday, Jan. 23rd 5:30-7:30pm the affiliates council of Martin County Realtors of the Treasure Coast, will be hosting the first Mix and Mingle. The Stuart Corinthian Yacht Club will house 125 people.  Twenty five of the associations most dedicated businesses, who service the real estate industry, will be in attendance to conduct a fun series of bingo games; full of prizes and good food.

Next, Saturday, Jan. 25th 5:30-9:30pm the Gifford Youth Achievement Party will be hosting a themed “Ship to Shore Cruise Party.”  Being conducted at the prestigious Oak Harbor Country Club, this ticketed event will be full of entertainment.

Thereafter, Saturday & Sunday, Feb. 1st (9-5pm) and 2nd (9-4pm) Gardenfest.  This outdoor show features exhibitors and vendors. Proudly, showcasing some of the most beautiful and rare garden related items found throughout the state of Florida. Hosted each year by the Vero Beach Garden Club, this is an event you bring your wagon to or arrange for delivery of bigger pieces using White Glove Moving, Storage & Delivery at our tent.

Followed by, Saturday & Sunday, Feb. 8th (10am-7pm) adn 9th (9am-4pm) Artsfest 2020. This art show put on each year by the Arts Council of Martin County is an epic two day events featuring: artists, performances, live demonstrations, vendors, sponsors, VIP lounge, food trucks, contests and more.  Yielding upwards of 15,000 people, this is an outdoor event with a beautiful landscape and energy. Please be sure to visit the White Glove Moving & Storage tent, your trusted Treasure Coast movers.

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Concluding with, Thursday, Feb. 20th 11:30-1:30pm join White Glove Moving & Storage along with 20+ other trusted affiliates of the Realtors Association of Indian River County for a walk about luncheon. Full of valuable information and handouts, realtor members will be able to learn about the unique qualities these strategic partners can provide their business.

For up to date information about happenings throughout Indian River county listen anytime at The Vero Insider and for other parts of the Treasure Coast, tune into Martin County Movers & Shakers, both talk shows highlight the people/organizations/events and services that make our community such a special place. With so much to do, it is easy to see why many wish to move to Florida. As an agent with Bekins Vanlines, our team of professional movers would be honored to assist your friends, family and colleagues in their moves locally and nationwide. As always, a free estimate and a dedicated move coordinator are provided to our wonderful customers. 866-GLOVE10.


The 7th Annual Holiday Food Drive was a Terrific Success!

With great joy, we are thrilled to announce the 7th annual holiday food drive was a tremendous success! Firstly, many thanks goes to the seventy-five businesses and groups throughout  the Treasure Coast  that stepped up to be a box host.  Making it easy for businesses to participate every year, White Glove Moving & Storage delivers the boxes to each location empty.  Thereafter, the boxes are collected full a week later. Subsequently, some locations contribute just a few items whereas others exceed the one box tenfold.  For example, Elite Electric & Air chose to conduct an internal competition among their staff resulting in 1,000 lbs. of food!

Additionally, as a token of appreciation, a complimentary on-air talk radio interview goes to the organization yielding the most items based on their region. Ambitiously, the goal was to raise 2,500 lbs. of food. Presently, we are ecstatic to share the results exceeded our goal yielding 3,460 lbs. during the food drive! In the rain, the delivery was made on December 2oth, in time for distribution to families in need during the holidays and long school break. As you may know, success like this requires the help of many. Therefore, we will be highlighting each location based on their county within the Treasure Coast.

To begin, a big thank you goes to the following food drive venues in Indian River County:

Star Suites

A Moment’s Notice Health Care


Spectrum Interiors

Renaissance Senior Living

Indian River Bikram Yoga

My Florida Roofing

Bent Pine Golf Club

Sebastian Insurance

HR Dynamics

Rooney & Rooney

Alexander Insurance

Offices at Bridgeview

Stringer Gallery of Fine Art

Remax Associated

LED Capstone Inc


Mattress Market of Vero

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Springhill Suites

Hampton Inn

GHO Segovia Lake

GHO Venezia Estates

Barkely Square by GHO

GHO Summer Lake

Coldwell Banker Paradise

Patchington on Ocean

Purple Plum Boutique

Vero Beach Magazine

Powell Shoes

Treasure Coast Automotive

Store Right of Vero

Isles of Vero Beach

Marine Bank & Trust

Wild Thyme Catering

VB Home Interiors

Vero Heritage Center & Citrus Museum

Sebastian Friendly Tennis Club

Vero Premier Women’s Network

After calculations, Bent Pine Golf Club took first place earning an on-air talk radio interview with host and VP of Marketing, Anna Valencia Tillery on the Vero Insider. In addition, a close second went to GHO Homes followed by the Sebastian Friendly Tennis Club during this year’s high yielding food drive.


Furthermore, in St. Lucie County a special food drive thanks goes to the following businesses and groups:

Treasure coast Naturists

Civil Air Patrol of PSL

Century 21 of PSL


Freedom Boat Club of Ft. Pierce

St. Lucie Battery & Tire-Central

Storage King USA

Coastal Pest Control of the Treasure Coast

The Atlantic of Tradition

AApex Electric

GHO Corporate Office

Holiday Inn of PSL

Elite Electric & Air

Additionally, from Martin County, wonderful food drive donations came from:

Bonnie C. Landry & Assoc

Cabinet Gallery of Stuart

St. Lucie Battery & Tire Palm City

Palm City Chamber

BBB, Law office of Svetlana and Glenn Webber

DR Horton’s Canopy Cove

As a marketing benefit, winners from St. Lucie County and Martin County will be featured on the radio show Martin County Movers & Shakers, hosted by Anna Valencia Tillery of White Glove.  First place, from St. Lucie County, Elite Electric & Air filled a half a White Glove truck raising 1,000 lbs.! Impressively, second place goes to the Civil Air Patrol Squadron.  The high producing group is made up of dedicated teens looking to make a positive impact locally. Furthermore, in Martin County the St. Lucie Battery store in Palm City took the lead followed closely by the Better Business Bureau.

For those considering participating in some way, Spring is a great time. In particular, condos and other seasonal home owners associations can collect food when residents are leaving for the season. If interested, White Glove will deliver and pick up the boxes at no charge. To enlist, simply email or call 772-778-4750.  Since 2013, nearly 200,000 lbs. of non-perishable food have been raised in this annual, Move for Hunger effort.  Most importantly, remember the professional movers at White Glove are here to help with all the heavy lifting for yourselves or those you know, locally or nationwide as an interstate agent with Bekins Vanlines.  

In conclusion, please consider supporting these businesses throughout the Treasure Coast, it is a great way to honor their goodwill.  Finally, the White Glove Moving, Storage & Delivery team wishes everyone a prosperous and happy new year. Cheers!

White Glove Holiday Moving & Goodwill

From our family to yours, we wish you a wonderful holiday season!

Presently, our wreaths are hung on each truck and we welcome the opportunity to assist you with all the holiday heavy lifting as you prepare your homes for guests. white glove moving holiday spirit

Additionally, we also offer professional installation and hanging of a variety of items from art work to Christmas decor. Need a leaf put in your table? Want to move beds around within your home? Looking for someone to help hang your favorite new family portraits? Let us be of service for your White Glove holiday moving. Flat hourly rates and just a one hour minimum, makes it cost effective and easy to accomplish your holiday in-home needs. 

Regarding hours of operation, our offices will be closed Christmas and New Year’s Day.  Therefore, all normal business hours will apply outside those two days. Which are, Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm and Saturdays 8am to 12pm.  Also, did you know we can provide our moving services on Sunday? Special pricing and arrangements need to be made though it can be happen.

Lastly, find our team of estimating elves out in the community as we conduct our 7th annual Holiday Food Drive. By delivering empty boxes to local businesses, civic groups and gated communities; our goal is to raise 2,000 lbs. of food to benefit local families in need.  Though items for a fabulous holiday feast are great, the demand for all non-perishables exists.  The week of December 16th all boxes will be collected and brought to the food bank on December 20th. It is with sincere thanks and gratitude we announce that  70 locations are participating throughout the entire Treasure Coast.


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