Advance Commercial Movers continues to build its reputation for quality and dependable service. We are committed to understanding our market and the diverse needs of our clientele. Our emphasis on client satisfac- tion and detail-oriented project planning continues to separate us from others in the industry. What makes us different is our leadership, which comes from our outstanding project managers and our top-notch sales executives who are second to none in the moving and
James Molloy CEO of Advance Commercial Mover
furniture installation industry. It is important for us to continue to grow and offer our clients high-quality service. We are pleased to
announce that Ed Westfall has joined our team as our
Corporate Client and Relationship Coordinator. Ed Westfall is a legend in
the hockey world as both a Stanley Cup winning player with the Boston Bruins and captain of New York Islanders. For a number of years he served as a color commentator for the New York Islanders on Sportschannel. Ed is well known in business circles and will focus on business and relationship development for Advance. We are certain that he will be an additional asset to our organization.
Having an experienced team of sales professionals allows us to remain at the top of our game. Rob Gutmann with 20 years of experience is a vital part of our organization; he is an industry expert with strong planning skills.
Anthony Parziale is a talented young professional who brings to Advance a wealth of knowledge from both the furniture and commercial moving sectors. He has a skill set which allows him to easily work with clients from many different industries.
Shamus Barnes, President of FITCO, along with Jim Barnes offer us experience and another dimension of service. They have extensive knowl- edge and practical experience in planning, organizing and managing large corporate relocations and furniture installation projects.
Our industry-leading team of sales executives includes Jim Macken, a former commercial moving company owner with 40 years experience, and Bob Hendler, a 30 year industry veteran who also operated his own commercial moving company. New to Advance are Garrett McQueen, who has 38 years in the industry and operated his own commercial moving company, ten–year industry veteran Jack Rose and five year industry professional John Flanagan. Each member of this elite organization brings to clients unmatched skills and understanding of the relocation business.
We have ten seasoned project managers at Advance who aver- age more than 15 years experience with the Advance Group of companies. Combined, these industry leaders bring more than 200 years of industry knowledge to the company.
Together, these individuals form the most knowledgeable and expe- rienced lineup of project managers and relocation sales professionals of any commercial relocation organization in the New York metropolitan area. No other company can even come close to our ability to serve clients and manage large projects as well as have the assets and ability to handle large and multiple projects at the same time.
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Hockey Great, Ed Westfall, Joins Advance s Team
Ed Westfall is a familiar figure to New York Islanders and Boston Bruins fans. Both on the ice and on camera, Mr. Westfall has become syn- onymous with New York sports. He is widely known for his eighteen-year career as an NHL star and as a color analyst for the New York Islanders. Edward Westfall Advance Commercial Movers Corporate Client and Relationship Coordinator Ed has joined Ad- vance Commercial Movers as a Corporate Client and Relationship Coordinator. Mr. Westfall brings a great deal of experience to his post, having held similar positions in other organizations. Mr. Westfall will serve as Advance’s liaison to the New York metropolitan area business com- munity, and will work with the company’s sales team to develop new business.
“In a highly competitive sector, like that of relocation and moving, facilitating relationships is key to growth. I understand Jim Molloy’s approach to business and share his philosophy. Relocation, like any business, is a people business. It will be my goal to bring the Advance message to the business commu- nity and share with it the many advantages the company offers,” said Ed Westfall.
“Ed is well known in the New York business community, and we are certain that he will be an asset to our operation. I look forward to working with him and watching him utilize his special skills and talents,” said Jim Molloy, President of Advance Commercial Movers.
Ed is a Canadian, born in Oshawa, Ontario. He joined the Boston Bruins in 1961 and played through eleven seasons. In that period, the team won two Stanley Cup titles. He then joined the Islanders and scored the first goal for the expansion franchise. Ed played seven seasons with the Islanders and five as team captain, an honor he treasures highly. A four-time NHL All-Star, Ed won the Bill Masterson Memorial Trophy in 1977 for best exemplifying the qualities of perseverance, sportsmanship and dedication to hockey.