U-Haul Truck "do-it-yourself"

U-Haul Truck "do-it-yourself"

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U-Haul International, Inc. (NASDAQ: UHAL) is a North American equipment rental company, based in Phoenix, Arizona. In 1945, at the age of 29, Leonard Shoen co-founded U-Haul with his wife, Anna Mary Carty, in Ridgefield WA. The company was started with an investment of $5,000 from family friends Kenneth and Donald Shivers. He began building rental trailers and splitting the fees for their use with gas station owners who he franchised as agents. He developed one-way rentals and enlisted investors as partners in each trailer as methods of growth. By 1955, there were more than 10,000 U-Haul trailers on the road and the brand was nationally known. In 1999, 85-year-old Leonard Shoen suffered fatal injuries when he crashed into a telephone pole near his Las Vegas, Nevada home. The Shoen family, currently led by chairman and president Edward "Joe" Shoen, owns about 40% of the company through their AMERCO holding company. (wikipedia.org) U-Haul is North America's largest do-it-yourself moving and storage operator, renting distinctive orange and white U-Haul trucks and trailers, as well as offer self-storage rooms through a network of nearly 1,450 company-operated moving centers and approximately 14,500 independent U-Haul dealers. U-Haul serves more than 11 million do-it-yourself household moving customers annually. Our primary service objective is to provide a better and better product and service to more and more people a lower and lower cost. (uhaul.com) #America #doityourself #Estados_Unidos #EUA #Leonard_Shoen #moving #North_America #rental_company #storage #trucks #UHaul_dealer #UHaul_International #UHaul_Truck #UHaul #United_States #United_States_of_America #USA
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