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Our Ann Arbor Movers Kick Off our Celebrations at the Ice Fest

To celebrate Corrigan Moving System’s 85th Anniversary, we are visiting all 12 of our offices and participating in a fun and exciting local event.  Our 1929 Ford Model AA truck will be coming to each event, along with The Chief himself!Our Ann Arbor movers were excited to kick things off in January, as they headed out to the Plymouth Ice Festival.  The Ice Festival in Plymouth is a great community event that brings tens of thousands of people out to the park to view a wide assortment of expertly carved ice sculptures.  Walking throughout the park while enjoying a cup of hot chocolate is always a fun winter activity.

To join in on the event’s fun, Corrigan brought our 1929 truck on out to the park.  In addition to several of our Ann Arbor movers, The Chief was there to tell onlookers about the historic truck and its roots as an ice delivery truck back in the day.  We also had our own expertly carved ice carving of our 1929 truck.  The four-block ice sculpture was carved during the festival over the course of about three hours.  Onlookers had a blast watching the ice sculptor at work.

All in all, the event was a huge success.  Even a light misting of rain falling on Saturday couldn’t keep the crowds away.  Remember to follow along with us as the Chief and his truck continue along on our year-long anniversary celebrations.


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