Moving our books in Savannah


Each book of ours, each edition of ours, each article of ours is dedicated to one thing- to your home. We devote our time, money, passion and love to finding the best solutions for your interior and exterior, efficient home improvements and most quality techniques of building. If you have ever been to our gathering, you know how crowded it is and what a significant amount of content we offer you there and comment, promote and represent to you. Savannah’s Books for Professionals is way more than just a home-loving book community – we try hard to be your companion, and at times, organizing is a hard and long process.

We mentioned organization because we want for people to understand that it is not something we can do in one day. And it is not as easy as we make it look. Each gathering of ours is planned weeks ahead with a considerable amount of precision, hard work and many, many and we mean many phone calls. Each segment of the gathering/festival is taken care of by an individual team. This means that when you come to the festival, you are not attending a one person show. We organize our teams by the tasks we need to get done, so there is a funding group, venue team, catering team, finances, creative team etc. We are almost like a small factory of ideas, phone calls and risky solutions. Savannah Books for Professionals would never be here today if there were not for the amazing people that help us.

Why are we telling you all this?

Our last gathering was a kind of interesting one.  We could also say a stressful one but let’s keep it positive. We have been planning a new edition of the festival for months ahead, and we wanted everything to be perfect. We went into the whole organization with a positive mindset, ready to rock the gathering once again. Thanks to the wonders of the Internet and our efforts, we managed to gather a lot of volunteers who were more than happy to help. Reaching them wasn’t easy because we had to give a speech in certain universities, classes and organizations similar to ours. We were euphoric when we finally reached the number of volunteers that we wanted to have- and they were all amazing.  We organized our teams, put together a plan and simply were ready to bring an amazing gathering for our members. As always- perfection is not an option.

When almost everything was prepared and managed, we only had to move the books we wanted to represent to the venue. And then something happened; our current moving company canceled. Not only our entire team of volunteers and sponsors was demotivated, but we had a gathering happening in 2 days and no books at the place of the event. That’s when our kind member recommended us top movers in Savannah.

We were not exciting with the idea of hiring a moving company again; our plan B was to stop all the other jobs in the process and get help from our volunteers for moving the books. However, it was two days until the festival and we had to react fast. We decided to give them a shot and we are so happy we did. Not only this company did an entire job in 5 hours straight, but they also helped us move the stands and chairs for the visitors. In the end, they moved our whole equipment and absolutely nothing- not even fragile things- were destroyed. After this amazing performance, we simply had to ask them to collaborate with us, and we are proud to have them on our team.

They are  an entirely new team for Savannah’s Books for Professionals due to the high-quality, kind approach and fast delivery. Moving thousands of books from one corner of the city to another is for sure not a simple task. Our festival turned out to be amazing- we were featured in many magazines and all over the Internet. None of that would be possible without our sponsors – Thanks guys!

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To be perfectly honest, the U.S. has a lot to offer so why should you choose exactly Savannah as a place for your vacation?  Well, as the oldest city in the southern  U.S. state of Georgia there a few points you should consider.  Like it or not, Savannah is the most important industrial center and an Atlantic seaport.  That’s why it’s a county seat of Chatham County. Savannah’s history begins back in 1733when James Oglethorpe decided to build a city on the Savannah River. There are many unique things about this city, but the most recognizable is  the fact that it has a bunch of small park squares with historical Georgian colonial style buildings around them.

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America has a pretty young and therefore simple history but Savanna stands out from all the other states because of her rich history. If you took a look at this city, if you tried to noticed at least some of the original architecture, you should understand what we are trying to say. But still, maybe you were blown away by cultural scene to we are going to guide you through Savannah. There are a lot of notable historical building that you can visit in Savannah. Some of them are the birthplace of famous  Juliette Gordon Low, proud founder of Girl Scouts of the USA),  or the Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences which is one of first southern public museums.  Savannah is also known for her historic districts in which there is a wide range of activities you can do. It isn’t for no reason the Savannah Victorian Historic District which along with the  22 parklike squares,  takes a title of a National Historic Landmark. When you think about all of this, is is absolutely logical that today Savannah is a number one tourist place and fifth largest city in the state of Georgia and of course third largest metropolitan area.

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However, history isn’t the only thing you can enjoy here. This city has an urban energy that will make you want to dance, play, act and laugh. It is vibrant and positive.  Maybe it because of many events that are happening annually here in or maybe it is just simply because of the people from here and their will to help their city grow.



The oldest city in the southern  U.S. state of Georgia, Savannah, has a few things to brag about. As the county seat of Chatham County, it plays a crucial role as an industrial center and a very important strategic Atlantic seaport.  Its story dates back to 1733. when it was founded on the Savannah River by James Oglethorpe.  You can easily remember Savannah because of its city plan which is unique because of a lot of small squares that have been covered with vegetation and turned into small parks. All these green surfaces are surrounded by the architecture which is mostly in Georgian Colonial style, and some of it is Greek Revival architecture.

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Unlike other cities in the U.S., Savannah is special for their long and rich history. To prove that point you don’t have to read a ton of history textbooks or do a lot of research. If you only take a walk in Savannah, you will understand what we mean by ‘long and rich history.’ We have more than enough visual proves. There are a lot of historical building that you can visit in Savannah. Some of them are the First African Baptist Church, which is one of the oldest ones in the entire America, also the third oldest American synagogue. And of course,  you can’t leave without visiting the Central of Georgia Railway roundhouse complex, the oldest antebellum rail facility in America and a rare example of anything that is antebellum in the U.S. She is a definite winner when it comes to districts; there are Savannah Historic District and the Savannah Victorian Historic District which combined with the  22 parklike squares, is set to be one of the largest and most notable National Historic Landmark. Considering all of the above it is no wonder that Savannah is today a number one tourist place and fifth largest city in the state of Georgia and of course third largest metropolitan area.

And except for history?

But except for that, it’s important to understand that this city has an incredible energy, it’s vibrant and urban which is a result of many cultural events taking place at Savannah. Events such as Savannah Music Festival or the Savannah Book Festival and organizations like The Coastal Jazz Association are keeping this city lively. We can write good stuff about Savannah until the next New Year’s Eve, but trust us; you won’t understand until you live the cities spirit. This post was written by top roofing contractors Savannah, GA, make sure to give us a call.