Continuum is dedicated to delivering the highest quality relocation services custom-tailored to meet the mobility objectives of our clients, while providing innovative solutions to cost containment. Our mission will be accomplished through superior industry knowledge and its proper application to the unique needs of each client and each relocating family.
The difference between a good and a great Relocation Services Provider is not size. It is how carefully it listens, how well it anticipates needs, how quickly it responds, how committed the staff, how resourceful the team, and how emphatic the pledge to serve each client’s and transferee’s individual requirements for the duration of the assignment.
CONTINUUM COMES TO THE AID OF HURRICANE HARVEY SURVIVORS
Continuum International, headquartered in Danbury CT, assists in getting supplies to our sister city Danbury TX. Danburian’s contributed 18 tons of food, bottled water and baby items to Danbury, Texas, a coastal city of 1,700 that was devastated by Hurricane Harvey.
Continuum International, a full services relocation management and moving services company, jumped at the opportunity to provide the logistics (all free of charge) of collecting, storing and delivering all the donated items down to Danbury, TX. The 18-wheeler arrived late Wednesday evening to the volunteer fire department in Danbury, TX carrying and incredible 36,000 pounds worth of essential goods that will go directly to the community members of Danbury, TX, which has a population just under 2,000 residents.
Jack McAuliffe and Steve Hitchcock, Co-Presidents of Continuum International felt it was the least the company could do to come to the aide of those impacted by the hurricane. “As a local business here in the Danbury community, we were honored to offer our assistance with transporting these much-needed goods down to Danbury, TX.
The effort to collect the items for the residents of Danbury, TX came out of Mayor Mark Boughton’s office and the response from the community was impressive to say the least.
“We are so thankful for every individual who donated their time and resources to help our friends in Danbury, Texas,” Boughton said. “This wouldn’t have been possible without Continuum International who generously volunteered to make the trip, and the Fire Department who used their resources to store and organize the donations.”