Being the official mover of The Montreal Canadiens & The Ottawa Senators, we’ve decided to run an advertising campaign on all 30 NHL sites.
Whichever team you’re cheering for, you might see one of these ads on your favourite team’s website!
Westmount Moving & North American Van Lines are proud to start building a long-term relationship with one of the biggest sports organizations – and are even looking forward to becoming the official mover of the NHL one day!
We hope your team makes it through the first round!
MONTREAL — Hockey-playing employees and friends of Westmount Moving laced up against the CHOM/CJAD/Virgin 96 Mighty Yuks Hockey Club in a March 10 charity game at the Lower Canada College arena in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce to raise funds for the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Soon after the puck had dropped, more than 120 Westmount Moving friends and family members entered the arena, flash mob style.
“The main goal of this surprise was to raise awareness and collect donations for the children’s hospital, and we did,” as Audrey Gilbert of Westmount Moving wrote to Applause. “A total of $4,074.65 was raised through this flash mob in one day!”
The money was raised a few ways: Each hockey player was responsible for raising a minimum of $125, people paid $5 apiece to be part of the flash mob and donations were collected at the arena. A 50/50 draw raised $264, which meant $132 for the foundation.
The Mighty Yuks Hockey Club is in its 20th season of playing hockey and giving back to the community. Westmount Moving has been part of the event for a decade.
Last Sunday Westmount Moving played a charity game against The Mighty Yuks from CHOM/VIRGIN/CJAD radio.
The Might Yuks play every Sunday to raise money for the Montreal Children’s Hospital. This year marked our 10th year playing the game and we wanted to do something special. So we organised a flash mob. Over 130 people stormed the arena and made for an afternoon that all the players on the ice will never forget.
Watch the video below. We think you will like it.
Please feel free to share it with friends and family that might be interested. A huge thanks to the Mighty Yuks and all those that participated to make this into such a memorable event. We raised over $4000 for the Children’s Hospital on that day alone!
Westmount Moving will be hosting several operations/quality breakfast meetings this month in Montreal, Ottawa and Kitchener. We are excited to have the opportunities to meet with our operations and sales staff during these meetings as it allows our company to discuss great quality initiatives, and to reward our quality employees.
These opportunities prove to be highly valuable and a key contributor to the success of our company. Part of serving our clients very well is our company and employees coming together as a team. These meetings help foster an outstanding team spirit and bring everyone together by sharing a common vision. As we continue to offer great training opportunities to our employees throughout the coming months, we are looking forward sitting down with them and discussing best practices.
Westmount Moving is proud to announce that this year marks its 75th year in business! Since the beginning, the company has seen several transformations that have helped it become the great company that it is today. We are honored that our companies’ heritage is built on unprecedented quality of service and that still today we remain as one of the top relocation company in Canada.
As we experience new opportunities in 2013, we are all excited to serve our clients well in the new year, and to celebrate with you our 75 years of success!
Everyone here at Westmount Moving would like to congratulate the 2012 Annual Quality Award winners! These employees have demonstrated what it is to be a professional within their areas of expertise.
The professional movers and administrative staff recognized this year have served our clients extremely well and helped our company achieve high levels of success. They have displayed an amazing work ethic, have received outstanding clients reviews and have consistently gone above and beyond to deliver more than what was expected. Through their actions, these individuals have demonstrated a superior motivation to serve our clients, and the propensity to solve issues quickly and efficiently without jeopardizing the positive client experience. They are the backbone that makes this company stand strong and our clients well taken care of.
Congratulations to the following:
Collin Williams – Accounting and Administration
Andrew Cortez – Professional Mover
Rob Maheral – Sales and Administration
Guy Perron – Professional Mover
Brian Gray – Sales and Administration
Jack Hackert – Professional Mover
Again, Congratulations to all of you for winning these awards for setting the bar higher every year!
Westmount Moving wishes everyone a safe and happy Halloween. We encourage everyone to drive slowly and safely as trick or treaters will be out and about! A few of our staff got into the Halloween spirit today – which always adds some fun to the office.
Wayne Shaw (Fireman Wayne), Spongebob Laura Johnson and Cat burglar Jennifer McNaughton.
President Joe Gagnon’s months of training paid off with a great finish in the Marine Corps Marathon in Washington DC on Sunday October 28th. Joe finished with a very impressive time of 3:20 – achieving his ambitious goal. He ran a great race with a strong finish and is now getting close to his goal of qualifying for the Boston Marathon. Sheri Doyle, VP, ran the 10k event and had a great race as well.
The Marine Corps Marathon is one of the largest marathon’s in the US and is a touching tribute to those who bravely serve their country.
Congratulations to Cassandra Gagnon, a valued member of the Montreal office, for participating in the Color Run, held on October 13th in Montreal.
The Color Run is a 5km walk/run where each participant is sprayed with a different color at each kilometer mark. The goal is to get out and have fun for a great cause –and by the look of the pictures, Cass had a great time!
As Montreal movers, we encourage employees to give back to the community. Thanks again Cass!