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Top Places to Visit after Moving to Reston, Virginia

Nestled in the northwest corner of Fairfax County, Reston, Virginia is regularly recognized as one of the top places to raise a family in the United States. Located about 40 minutes outside of Washington, D.C., Reston gives commuters a suburban alternative to D.C. without needing to venture into Loudoun County. Reston features more than 25 parks, 50 miles of trails and 1,350 acres of open space. If you’re new to the area (or if you’ve lived here your whole life), check out our list of top places to visit in Reston, Virginia. Nature Walker Nature Center Sanctuary Named after Reston’s first […]

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Tim Howard, JK Moving Services

Meet the People of JK: Tim Howard, Customer Care Coordinator

When you think about a moving company, you probably think about the folks who actually conduct your move, like the packers, drivers, and warehouse staff. But there are so many other employees “behind the scenes.” I recently sat down with Tim Howard, JK Moving Services’ Commercial Customer Care Coordinator, to better get to know him and his role at JK. Here is what he shared: To learn more about the people at JK, check out our YouTube playlist where we highlight some of our employees.

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Top Places to Visit after Moving to Leesburg, Virginia

Once a small, farming town with a single tavern, Leesburg, Virginia has a storied history dating back to the mid-18th century. The seat of beautiful Loudoun County, Leesburg is now a suburban community, which is home to many Washington, D.C. commuters. While new housing developments and business infrastructure has led to a shift in the population size, Leesburg’s beauty and hometown feel are still very much alive. If you’re new to the area (or if you’ve lived here your whole life), check out our list of top places to visit in Leesburg, Virginia. Historic Parks Oatlands Plantation In 1798, George […]

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National Capital Trolley Museum

Top Places to Visit after Moving to Montgomery County, Maryland

There are just a few places in the world where you can be climbing through a forest one minute and in the hubbub of a country’s capital in the next. Montgomery County, Maryland is one of those very places. Located just a few minutes outside of Washington, D.C., Montgomery County is easily accessible by Metro. The county combines an array of activities including ziplining through a forest, hiking along a canal, and listening to live music during happy hour into a historic, 500 sq. mile package. If you’re new to the area (or if you’ve lived here your whole life), […]

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Five Guys

Top Places to Visit after Moving to Arlington, Virginia

With its close proximity to Washington, D.C., Arlington County, Virginia is home to numerous federal agencies including the Department of Defense, Drug Enforcement Administration, and Transportation Security Administration. While federal agencies heavily support the local economy, chocolate will soon play an important role. That’s right, chocolate. In January 2017, Nestlé announced its plan to move its U.S. headquarters to Arlington in late 2017. Nestlé expects to add around 750 jobs to the Arlington community. If you’re new to the area (or if you’ve lived here your whole life), check out our list of top places to visit in Arlington, Virginia. Food & Drink

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Brad Yager

Meet the People of JK: Bradley Yager, Purchasing Coordinator

When you think about a moving company, you probably think about the folks who actually conduct your move, like the packers, drivers, and warehouse staff. But there are so many other employees “behind the scenes.” I recently sat down with Bradley Yager, JK Moving Services’ Purchasing Coordinator, to better get to know him and his role at JK. Here is what he shared: To learn more about the people at JK, check out our YouTube playlist where we highlight some of our employees.

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