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If you are moving to Atlanta, local moving companies have one question: Do you know who Robert Mondavi is?

You may recognize the name as being an extremely popular brand of wine; however, Atlanta residents in need will soon recognize the name as the one who supplied them with a cherished Thanksgiving turkey for their family.

This November, the Atlanta Community Food Bank is said to receive 250 Thanksgiving turkeys from Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi, as part of the brand’s “Thanks Giving Back” campaign. Atlanta movers have been letting new residents who may be in need of a family turkey, or know a family in need, know that after the turkeys arrive to the Atlanta Community Food Bank on November 5th, they will be distributed across 29 metro Atlanta and north Georgia counties for families and individuals who may not have a hot Thanksgiving meal or home.

If you are moving to Atlanta and are looking for a way to get involved in your new community, you can check out the local community kitchens, food pantries, night shelters, and senior centers to lend a helping hand divvying out these 250 turkeys. If the shelter allows, you may be able to donate additional turkeys or Thanksgiving sides as well.

Thanksgiving 2015 will be the first year that the Woodbridge tram has donated to the Atlanta food bank, but hopefully it will not be the last. After moving to Atlanta, join your Atlanta movers in showing your thankfulness and give back to the community with Woodbridge.

Atlanta movers know that moving right before the winter holiday season can be stressful. It can also leave you with only a little bit of money to purchase Christmas gifts with. Instead of splurging on a ton of gifts, you can always take the family or your significant other out for some fun holiday cheer throughout the city. If you are new to Atlanta, your family movers at All My Sons have come up with a list of winter holiday events in Atlanta that you will not want to miss your first year as an Atlantan!

Cabbagetown Chomp & Stomp – November 7th from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. visit

Garden Lights, Holiday Nights – November 14th to January 9th. Ticket information and details can be found at

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer – Takes place at the Center for Puppetry from November 12th to December 27th, with previews on November 10th and 11th. Reserve tickets at

Merry %#!*ing Christmas & A Christmas Carol – This is your Atlanta mover’s favorite holiday show! The Alliance Theatre teams up with Dad’s Garage Theatre Company for Merry %#!*ing Christmas, which is for adults-only and will take place from November 27th through December 19th. Then, a classic tale of A Christmas Carol will take place for the entire family from November 19th to December 24th. Information and tickets can be found at

Santaland Diaries – David Sedaris’ tales as a department store working as an elf during the holidays. Visit the Horizon Theatre November 20th-December 31st and purchase tickets at

Centennial Park Holiday in Lights will be lit from November 21st to January 10th and the Ice Skating Rink will be open.

Lighting of Macy’s Great Tree is a holiday tradition and will be lit on Thanksgiving night, followed by fireworks.

A $1.8 million federal grant was recently awarded to five Atlanta public high schools, which will go towards health science career training. The grant will work with the Emory University School of Medicine, Emory College of Arts & Sciences, as well as the Atlanta Area Health Education Center in order to educate and expose interested Atlanta high school students from low income families about careers and opportunities in the healthcare field.

Robert Lee, associate dean and director of multicultural medical student affairs at Emory University School of Medicine, he mentions that, “Nationally, there is a lack of minority and low socio-economic applicants applying to health sciences degree programs. Funding opportunities, such as this one, are vital because they support our ongoing efforts to address the educational barriers and social support needs of high school students and increase their exposure and access to health sciences at a pivotal time in their lives.”

Atlanta movers are excited to see how health care science classes and training can fuel the more underprivileged Atlanta youth, as well as potentially help high school graduation rates and attendance in the schools that need it. If you are moving to Atlanta and your child is in high school, the following public high schools are the ones that were approved to receive the grant:

South Atlanta High School of Health and Medical Sciences

Booker T. Washington

Maynard Holbrook Jackson

The New Schools at Carver

Frederick Douglass High

Atlanta moving companies always tell new residents that when it comes to moving to Atlanta, one of the greatest perks is the amount of local events and activities that are always taking place. Now that Halloween has come and gone, you may be looking for some things to do in town. All My Sons Moving & Storage Atlanta is a top moving company in the state of Georgia, and has a list of the local food events in Atlanta you can check out all before Thanksgiving rolls around.

  1. Seed Kitchen & Bar will be celebrating its fourth birthday in Atlanta, and will feature a three-course menu on Monday, November 2nd through Saturday, November 7th. Aside from this being an amazing meal after your move to Atlanta, you can also feel great about already helping out your new community since a portion of the proceeds will go to benefit Share Our Strength – a national nonprofit organization that aims to end childhood hunger.
  2. Buttermilk Kitchen and “Diners, Drive-Ins, & Dives” – On Thursday, November 5th at 5:30 p.m., Hometown Heroes’ guests are invited to join the famous Food Network show featuring Buttermilk Kitchen’s Suzanne Vizethann. This event is one-of-a-kind and will be hosting all of the upcoming season’s featured guests like Todd Ginsberg from The General Muir, Terry Koval from Wrecking Bar Brewpub, Joy and John Beber from Joy Café, and Jonathon and Justin Fox from Fox Bros. Bar-B-Q. Join the featured restaurant entrepreneurs and try chef tastings and drinks.
  3. Cabbagetown Park’s Chomp and Stomp will take place on Saturday, November 7th from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and is Atlanta’s chili cook-off and bluegrass music festival.

If you are moving to Atlanta and you love food, you are about to get really excited because the Atlanta movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage are always up-to-date about the local food action. Take a break from unpacking your moving boxes and check out the top food events taking place in Atlanta this week!

From October 15th-21st, the following Atlanta food events are featuring specials:

  1. Four Roses Bourbon Dinner: 6:30 p.m. at Article 14, there will be a three-course dinner and bourbon pairings for $65 per person.
  2. Steak! It’s What’s for Dinner: 6:30 p.m. at Preserving Place, chef Philip Meeker will be talking all things steak, including a dinner to finish, all for $75 per person.
  3. Highland Restaurant Week: All times and locations vary, but prices range from $10-$35 per person and you can get more information at
  4. Intro to Basic Canning: 11:00 a.m. at Piedmont Park Conservancy, you can bring your apples and learn how to preserve them. The four hour class will include take-home jars of apple butter, bread and butter pickles, organic tomatoes, and a notebook filled with recipes.
  5. Rays on the River Riverside Pig Roast: At 12:00 p.m. at Ray’s on the River, this event features a hog roasting event and buffet with numerous accompanying dishes, all for $40 per person – a local favorite that you will probably see your Atlanta movers at too.
  6. Harvest on the Hooch: 1:00 p.m. at Chattahoochee Nature Center, top chefs from Muss & Turner’s, Seed, and Table & Main are throwing a farm-to-table garden party to raise money for the Center’s Unity Garden. Tickets are $40 for adults and $15 for children; children 10 and under are free.

BOCADO Six Year Anniversary: 5:30 p.m. at BOCADO restaurant. The venue will be featuring specials for their anniversary. Get more info at

Atlanta movers are happy to announce that Hilary Clinton will be making a pit-stop in Atlanta the end of this month to hold a public campaign. Although the agenda has not yet been set and there are no additional details at the moment, the Democratic presidential front-runner is coming to Atlanta to make up a canceled event that had been planned for last month.

Earlier in the month, Clinton earned strong reviews from her Democratic presidential debate in Las Vegas, which she explained as being “really lucky in Las Vegas.” Much like her success in Las Vegas, the Democrat is predicted to have another great outcome for her visit to Atlanta. Local Atlanta movers recently heard that she is backed by about 60 Georgia supporters, which are headed by Atlanta’s Democratic Representative John Lewis.

All My Sons Moving & Storage is a leading moving company in the Atlanta area, and is excited to hear so much buzz about the upcoming presidential election as they busily move new families to the city. Many new residents are excited to see Clinton coming to town, but there is also talk that Bernie Sanders had a great welcome from Atlanta back in September as well.

If you are moving to Atlanta this month and have been following the election closely, Clinton retains a strong financial and establishment backing among Georgia Democrats, which is perhaps an important factor to consider when moving to Atlanta with so much political talk in the air.

If you are moving to Atlanta and love technology, you will be happy to hear that the tech industry will be seeing an increase in the number of jobs in Atlanta over the next couple of years. Why? Because the board of Atlanta’s development arm approved a $15 million incentives package this month for the next phase of the construction of Georgia Tech’s Technology Square.

Georgia Tech’s Technology Square will create 1 million square feet of office, retail, and data center space – a move that is costly, but that Atlanta is looking forward to. Atlanta movers are curious to see the extent of which people will move to Atlanta in search of a tech job, since the goal of the project is to pull in private investment and commercialize new technologies. Atlanta movers know that if next-generation computing spaces are created it will fuel more and more tech-savvy businesses to join the area.

With 25 stories of office space and technology centers within the Technology Square, the project is estimated to create 2,100 construction jobs, hold 2,400 workers on site, and have an economic impact of $813.8 million. Georgia Tech’s Technology Square will open in 2018. If you are moving to Atlanta and have a small (or large) technology company, local moving companies can assist in your office relocation.

There truly is no better time to move to Atlanta than during the fall season. Starting the month of September, and not ending until after the New Year, Atlanta movers and locals enjoy an endless amount of awesome events taking place throughout the city. If you have recently moved to Atlanta and this is your first fall in the city, check out this list from Atlanta moving company All My Sons of the top October events in Atlanta.

  1. Georgia Craft Beer Festival – October 3
  2. Atlanta Rollergirls Double Header Championship Games – October 3
  3. Candler Park Fall Fest – October 3-4
  4. “Sprawl!” Drawing Outside the Lines – October 1-4
  5. Atlanta Challenge – October 4
  6. A3C Festival & Conference – October 7-11
  7. Party at Ponce – October 10
  8. Sips Under the Sea Murder Mystery – October 16
  9. Little 5 Points Halloween Festival and Parade – October 17
  10. Boo at the Zoo – October 17-18, 24-25, 31
  11. Fall Getaway with Amy Grant – October 23-25
  12. Owl-O-Ween Hot Air Balloon Festival – October 23-24
  13. Red Bull Soapbox Race – October 24
  14. Atlanta Arts Festival – October 24-25
  15. Netherworld Haunted House – October – November 7
  16. Monster Mash Wedding Bash – October 25
  17. Goblins in the Garden – October 25

Regardless of whether you have just moved to Atlanta or have lived here forever, you can always stay up-to-date with the city’s events by checking out

If you are a teacher who is moving to Atlanta this coming year, there is amazing news coming in regards to Atlanta teacher salaries.

According to recent news, appointees, working on school funding throughout the state for Governor Nathan Deal’s Education Reform Commission, were given permission to implement a plan that reimburses school districts for teacher pay.

Professional Atlanta movers, like All My Sons, have moved many families and teachers throughout the moving season. Although the re-evaluation of teacher pay seems great for some, it may not be so great for others.

The plan would change the current teacher pay scale in Atlanta (one that has existed for decades), which pays teachers with longer-serving terms and higher credentials more than that of a teacher who may be just starting out. With the new plan, every school district in the state would receive the same amount of money for every teacher. Then, teachers would be offered monetary incentives for students who perform well, especially in fields such as science or math. Obviously, this new plan is not winning the hearts of teachers who have been working in the districts for decades and have high-credentials. As a result, the plan does offer a grandfathered option for those Atlanta teachers’ salaries.

Regardless of the benefits, teachers who are moving to Atlanta are skeptical as to whether they will earn more or less after the program gets introduced for the 2016-2017 school year. Local teachers say that their fate will ultimately end up in the hands of their evaluation. Unfortunately, they are not yet sure what that will entail.

One thing that may become obvious after you move to Atlanta is that everyone has their own favorite barbecue venue in town. Regardless of whether you ask your Atlanta mover, or your new next-door neighbor, every local will most likely have a different barbecue restaurant that they consider “the best.”

In any event, Atlanta has the undisputed best pulled pork sandwiches around! Make sure to check out the following barbecue restaurants once your Atlanta moving company have finished unpacking all of your belongings for you.

  1. For those who like to keep it traditional, Smokebelly BBQ offers one of the best classic pulled pork sandwiches in town.
  2. Twenty-Two Storys has the locals’ mouths watering over their Sweetwater-braised pork sliders topped with cider slaw and homemade barbecue sauce.
  3. Foundation Social Eatery serves up two specialty pork sandwiches. Chef Mel Toledo takes the credit for his choice between a Vietnamese or French pulled pork sandwich variation. The Vietnamese-inspired pork belly bahn mi sandwich is topped with spicy mayo, pickled Asian vegetables, mint, and herbs on a baguette. His French version features “Croque Madame,” which is a combination of braised pork shoulder, cheese, and a soft-cooked egg.
  4. Table & Main has what is known to your Atlanta movers as Hog ‘n Quilts. This pulled pork sandwich in Atlanta is created with barbecue pork shoulder chive crepe and traditional slaw, drizzled with a Georgia vinegar sauce.
  5. Hard Rock Café Atlanta offers one of the best pulled pork sandwiches in Atlanta. With so many toppings that you may not be able to wrap your mouth around, Atlanta movers love this delectable pulled pork sandwich that is piled high with fried onions, cheeses, and jalapenos,

D.B.A Barbecue is home to the famous “Archie Bunker” pulled pork sandwich, which is topped with mac ‘n cheese, barbecue sauce, and then even more cheese. You can even add bacon!