America, home of Manifest Destiny: the 19th-century belief that it is the divine destiny of the people of the United States to expand across our great continent seeking progress. It seems that these days, Manifest destiny is calling a lot of us to Collin County, Texas. As of today, so many people are moving to Collin County Texas, it’s on track to double its population by 2030 and become home to 3.5 million by 2050. Could Collin County be the latest Manifest Destination? Judging by the growing job market, top-rated school system and wealth of things to do, quite possibly.
At Move It Cube It, we’re great believers in progress. Thanks to our progressive approach to moving, more and more people are able to live out their American dreams in towns like Collin County without stressing out over the condition and whereabouts of their belongings. But before we talk about our progressive approach, let’s talk about your progressive approach. Before moving to Collin County, you may want to know your options. Here are some cities in Collin County to choose from.
Moving to McKinney, Texas
In McKinney, it’s all about history and economics. The economics refers to the growth of business, thriving job market and explosion of Fortune 1000 companies, the rest of McKinney, is, as they say, history.
Don’t expect to find your closest Gap location on Main Street in McKinney Texas. The stores here are one of a kind, indie style, with more boutiques and antique shops than H & Ms. Main Street, is where the shopping elite take a load off their feet and buildings date back over 165 years, while events and festivals are the rule, rather than the exception.
What’s in a name? A lot when you’re living in the city of McKinney in Collin County. Collin McKinney was the 59th man to put his John Hancock on the Constitution and also helped to instigate the Texas Revolution in 1835. That’s a lot to fit on a resume. If you want to pay your respects and build up your Texas pride until its near to brimming over, you can go to the Collin County Historical Society Museum to view historical documents, authentic Republic of Texas currency, and a photograph collection that predates the cell phone.
Moving to Plano, Texas
When you talk about moving to Plano, Texas, you’re talking about moving to the most affluent city in the US. That makes it a city for business and pleasure. And what is more in line with life’s great pleasures than a good slice of pizza at the Urban Crust? The good news is, you can move to Plano, Texas without sacrificing your Mediterranean diet. Chef Salvatore cooks up the most authentic Mediterranean foods the Lone Star has to offer. While there are salads, carpaccios, and a somewhat conspicuous Texas ribeye on the menu, here the eyes should remain on the pies. We recommend the feta with sundried tomatoes.
But if a Mediterranean Restaurant is not exactly your idea of Texas-style entertainment, you can experience true Texas beauty in the Arbor Hills Nature Reserve. Just 25 miles from the heart of Plano, this wildlife nature reserve has something for every wildflower, buck eyed tree, grass lovin’ cowboy and cowgirl this side of Collin County – adults and children alike. The 3.8-mile walking trail weaves through the backcountry and there are plenty of areas for picnics as well as a Pavilion.
Moving to Frisco, Texas
It takes more than one county to take on a city like Frisco, Texas. Located in both Denton and Collin County, Frisco Texas is not only one of the fastest growing cities in North Texas, but it’s also one of the most beautiful. No zip code envy here, no matter which side of Frisco you find yourself in, there’s always something worth doing.
What could be more patriotic than Texas, baseball and Dr. Pepper? The Dr. Pepper Ballpark in Frisco, Texas is one of the finest minor league baseball stadiums in terms of its unique amenities and facilities. With its revamped team store, much welcome addition of the Bull Moose Saloon and Choctaw Lazy River, you’ll want to be taken out to the ball game on a semi-regular basis and remember to root, root, root for the Frisco Roughriders.
Move It Cube It
Now that we’ve talked about your Progressive approach to moving, let’s talk about our progressive approach to moving. Move It Cube It may not have a history dating back as long as Collin County’s but we do date back fifty years. And in those fifty years, we’ve spent a lot of time trying to come up with a solution to the dilemmas of modern moving. Our solution was the Cube, a modular shipping container that streamlines the moving process in a secure fast, cost-efficient manner. Here’s how it works:
- Move It Cube It delivers our impact, weather resistant cubes to your house for you to pack at your convenience. When you’re done, we pick it up.
- Once your cubes are in transit, you can rest easy knowing that you have the key to the cube and your belongings won’t be handled during transport.
- During interstate and long distance moves where loading and unloading of trucks are common, our truck and pulley system moves your items from truck to truck keeping your belongings isolated, while our impact resistant cubes keep them safe from damage.
Visit our website and take advantage of our free estimate or to learn whether moving to Collin County, Texas with Move It Cube It is the right move for you. Hopefully, you’ll be the next to write one of our five-star reviews!
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