I noticed the other day that a Tommy’s Moving storefront was at 107 4th Street (former home of the doomed Patricia’s Yarns). They originally had a low-rent spot in the back of town (not sure if it’s still there).
But that got me thinking. Why would a moving company take on rent for a storefront? Isn’t that overhead hard to make back? Is that an effective form of advertising?
My guess is that most moving companies are either found online – or via word of mouth. But perhaps this doubles as an office as well as a place for people to buy boxes.
And since they have a fairly prominent retail spot, I wonder if they’ll be participating in any “door busting” Black Friday deals later this month?
Description: Movers, moving supplies, storage, both short and long-distance moves.
Address: 712 Adams St. / 107 4th St., Hoboken, NJ 07030
Phone: 201-656-5030 or 888-3-TOMMYS