This is the second in a series in which we spotlight our Ambassadors, you who wear Leviner Wood and recommend us to your friends; you wonderful people who have kept us in business for close to thirty years now. You who are so much more than clients.
This pandemic has us all ruffled and we’d like to remind you to support your local businesses. Today we’d like you to meet Jesse Whitacre, owner of Moxie Movers.
That’s his logo you’ll see on the sides of the trucks. He designed it. Those aren’t just any movers, they’re well dressed in tailored trousers and dress shoes. No, they don’t actually wear tailored clothing and wingtips (well, Jesse does on occasion) but, as he says, “Moxie Movers means muscles and manners.”
We asked him how can we (the Leviner Wood community) help? He reminded us that contracts are still closing on houses and they’re still moving folks. Moxie is following all cdc guidelines and are happy to do jobs as small as one-bedroom apartments. So if you’re headed home from school or scaling up your living quarters, give them a call. They even have a new storage facility available for those of you in between moves.
Leviner Wood client, blogger and men’s wardrobe consultant, Chris Cox dropped by our new coffee bar to sign copies of his book The Middle Ground: Casual Elegance for the Modern Man. In these uncertain times, smart casual? business casual? casual casual?, we highly recommend this handy little guide. Available now through Amazon.com (isn’t just about everything these days?) or pick up a signed copy at the studio. Just give Larry a call first, please.