A fun, community event where hundreds, and ultimately thousands, of men and women put on a pair of high-heeled shoes and walk through the streets of downtown San Diego in a light-hearted attempt to build awareness of the very serious issue of domestic violence and its impact on the community. This event allows men to experience the world through a woman’s point of view. Proceeds from Walk a Mile in Her Shoes will benefit the YWCA’s Becky’s House® Domestic Violence Program. All of the services provided by Becky’s House® support the individual’s journey from victim to survivor to achiever. The program includes a 30-60 day domestic violence emergency shelter, a 24-Hour emergency hotline, and two 18-24 month transitional housing communities for survivors of domestic violence and their families. Becky’s House® serves more than 500 women and children and receives nearly 2,500 hotline calls each year.Read More
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Gorilla Movers is proud to announce that we have been selected as a finalist in the category Excellence in Customer Service by the San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce Being listed as one the of the top 6 companies out of a field of over 245,000 Southern California Businesses is a great achievement.
Companies were judged on the following criteria: Educated sales and services representatives who are approachable, available and willing to help. High-quality service from beginning to end; the amount and quality of assistance given to customers. Responsiveness and follow-through once a problem has been identified; dealing with situations of adversity from customers. The Gorilla Movers appreciates the recognition and will continue to maintain our commitment to excellence in customer service. As always, our movers in San Diego thank you for your continued support.Read More