Dear Mr. Hunter:
When the author Thomas Wolfe wrote “You Can’t Go Home Again” he neglected to factor your firm’s expertise into the equation. Twice each year we have entrusted our vehicle to be transported from our home in Weston, MA to our winter home in the bucolic hamlet Punta Gorda Isles on Florida’s wet coast. Each time the car arrived on time as promised. Last Friday afternoon, I drove the car to your new facility. The drop-off was not scheduled until this Monday. I was able to accelerate our packing. We were pleased you could accept the car early and send it on its way.

Last night, my caretaker informed me the car arrived. It is in my garage waiting my arrival tomorrow afternoon. We have not inspected the vehicle. I have conviction, based on empirical experience, that I will find it in the same fine condition it was when it was brought to your loading facility.

As most “snowbirds” we have driven down in past years. We have taken the Auto-train in both directions – booking the sleeper. Given that there are two of us (plus a hefty 90+ pound sheep dog) sending our car in advance and flying down makes more sense. You deserve your reputation. I suspect that it is why my friends recommended me to you years ago. We, in turn, recommend you to others.