Today I’d like to introduce you to Dave C., our Rockville Office Branch Manager. Dave shared his experience of working with Beltway Movers with me. Read on to learn more!

Greg (sweeping), Frank (on forklift), and Dave (with clipboard)

Dave started working for Beltway Movers in November 2009. He stumbled across the job on Craigslist. Initially, he was hired as the Dispatch Assistant Manager. A few years later, when the previous manager moved on, he was promoted to Branch Manager. Dave manages our storage facilities, moving crews, and the Rockville office.

Dave’s first impression of Beltway Movers was what a great place it is to work. He was impressed with the integrity of the company. It was clear from the beginning that Beltway Movers wants to take care of customers; it’s NOT a take your money and run type of company. Beltway Movers works to earn the trust of customers, so they’re customers for life, not just one move.

For each-and-every move, Dave’s goal is to leave customers feeling as if they made friends that day. The goal is for the customers to trust the movers and feel like they’ve received the best service possible. Ideally, by the end of the move, everyone is on a first name basis and feels like friends.

Below are a few things that Dave loves about Beltway Movers…

  • The opportunity to advance. The sky’s the limit!
  • The team works through customer problems amicably and with a reasonable result for everyone involved.
  • Beltway Movers has been around for 60 years and has an eye on the future.

What one of our customers had to say about Dave….

“Staff (led by Dave) were professional, easy to work with and good follow up. Crew were very professional, hardworking, timely and courteous.” Al M.

Are you interested in growing in your career while working for a friendly, family-oriented company? If so, click here to apply for an open position.

2 Responses to “Interview with Dave C. of Beltway Movers”

  1. Allan Witchie

    I used to work for Beltway back in the late 70″s Do you recognize any of these names? Bill Boruff, John Booher or John Marshall?


      Sure Allan we know all those old timers from the days of wooden trucks and men of steel. Names have changed around Beltway but its quality service and team spirit has not. If you ever have a move coming up put us to the test. You can also share some war stories with the youngsters who have joined the ranks of industrial athletes.


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