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On January 10, All My Sons Memphis movers were sad to hear that rock legend, David Bowie, had lost his battle to liver cancer at the age of 69. To celebrate the late artist, Bowie fans in Memphis are teaming up with local artist for “Memphis Does Bowie”, a tribute concert. Graham Winchester, a drummer […]

AMS Memphis- Blog 3- Best Barbecue Restaurants in Memphis If you don’t already know, moving to Memphis means living in city filled with some of the world’s greatest BBQ joints. To help guide you to just a few of the best barbecue restaurants in Memphis, All My Sons Moving & Storage has put together a […]

If you have recently become a student of University of Memphis, the local movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage Memphis hope that you have a chance to live in the university’s newest co-ed residence hall – Centennial Place. The addition to University of Memphis’ campus cost $53 million dollars to build and was […]

The holidays are behind you and you are officially settled into your new home after moving to Memphis. It’s time to get out see what your new city has to offer and All My Sons Moving & Storage wants to help! Here are some January events in Memphis that our local moving company doesn’t want […]

Looking for a spirits distillery and tasting room to try out some new liquor? Old Dominick will open to the public in fall 2015 in the 54,297-square-foot, 1920s-era warehouse at 301 S. Front St., across the street from Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken, and it will be a $5 million spirits distillery and public tasting […]

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Every other day, seems like a new developer is looking to build apartments or retail in the South Main community of Downtown Memphis. Several new projects are under development in the neighborhood to keep up with the demand in the area, such as The Horizon, which is one of the biggest projects coming to the […]

There is some exciting news for Memphis commercial moving in the area, especially for southern food fans. The famous restaurant chain Hard Rock Café is moving its Memphis location to the other end of Beale Street, and the current location will be filled by the popular Nashville-based bar and restaurant Tin Roof. Tin Roof has […]

When it comes to real estate in the Memphis area, industrial vacancies are becoming hard to come by. Current vacancy in the Memphis real estate industrial market fell to 10.8 percent, the lowest point since early 2000. Class B spaces of 20,000 to 110,000 square feet are seeing strong activity due to expansions and new […]

The freight company ArcBest Corp. might acquire ABF Freight, according to BizJournals, in a move that would pull a part of ABF out of Arkansas and into Memphis. The move would mean that 420 jobs in the Arkansas facility would move to Memphis, according to current employees at the company. While no official decision has […]

The number of construction, mining and logging jobs in the Memphis area fell 3 percent to 19,400 in March from 19,900 in March 2013, the Associated General Contractors of America reported. Memphis was not the only Tennessee market to lose jobs—Chattanooga was the only other metro to report a drop in employment – a 3 […]