Ron Schulz, Supreme Lending, introduced Bab Adetiba, VIG Moving & Logistics, this morning by simply stating that Bab would be helping Sonia move soon and if they both survived that then he is the best mover out there! VIG Moving started under the shape of two brothers; Bab, a Marine Corps veteran, and his brother, a serial entrepreneur. After years as a lead mover, Bab decided to start a moving company different from his former employers. They stand apart because they place the customer experience above all else. We do this by building a strong, positive rapport with their clients and fulfilling their needs.
Everyone has horror stories about moving, from lost and broken items to companies holding their possessions for ransom. Moving is rated one of the most stressful things in life, next to divorce and the death of a loved one. No one likes moving and he wanted to make his company different by placing the customer first and making sure the process was simple for everyone involved. He has also partnered with NAREB (National Association of Real Estate Brokers) and RESA (Real Estate Staging Association). VIG Moving has trucks with liftgates that can accommodate heavier, bulkier items, including pianos. Bab showed examples of their uniform, which references his Marine Corp background, with camouflage pants and VIG shirts. VIG also remains very active on social media and showed several testimonials stating their professionalism, punctuality, and efficiency.
VIG can cover all your commercial and residential moving needs; including packing, loading, or even labor only if a customer has their own truck or storage unit. He can also move anything within the state of Texas and has relationships with Post Addison, South Side on Lamar, and Post Townhomes. He can also help with logistics such as freight pallets, dock to dock, business to business, and office to office.
Lastly, when asked what VIG stood for, Bab explained the name was spawned from real estate investments he and his brother had, Versailles Investment Group. Which is in reference to the Palace of Versailles… and whether it’s your piano or your sock drawer, they move it as if it they were moving the Palace of Versailles!
Click here to see a time lapse video of a VIG move